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Bookies are tipping the Missing People Choir which has among its membership Suffolk’s Nicki Durbin – to be named winners of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent.

I’ve often considered petitioning producers of Britain’s Got Talent to add a question mark to the show’s name. My only talent is knowing I have none.

Film agency FILM Suffolk is looking for crowdfunding to put new ghost film up on the big screen in time for Halloween.

With blockbusters clammering for our attention at every turn it’s easy for some of the smaller, more thoughtful films to slip passed, unnoticed. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies, both old and new, that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

Living legend Pat Church lives and breathes cinema and has done for more than 50 years. He started his professional life in a projection box in Peterborough, relishing the feel of 35mm film running through his fingers.

When one of the suspects in ITV’s crime drama, Broadchurch, says of the rape victim, “She’s not the sort of woman this happens to”, you can almost feel the hackles going up on the backs of crisis workers across the country.

Comedian Jason Manford returns to Ipswich next year with new tour Muddle Class.

Gangsta Granny author David Walliams talks about the special bond he had with his grandmas and his passion for writing for children.

Makers of short film capturing Suffolk’s “desolate beauty” say they are “excited” to share the first snippet of their work.

With blockbusters clammering for our attention at every turn it’s easy for some of the smaller, more thoughtful films to slip passed, unnoticed. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies, both old and new, that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

Great British Bake Off’s new presenter, Prue Leith, has urged shoppers to back UK farmers by buying British.

Ever wondered what it must be like to be part of the the Fast and the Furious franchise? Now you can find out as the 4DX version of the latest instalment roars exclusively into Cineworld Ipswich.

Unless you are a die-hard Trekker, you may have missed First Contact Day. Assuming she is not unexpectedly beamed up by Scotty, Lynne Mortimer pays tribute to the phenomenon that is Star Trek.

18-year-old Eleanor Sippings and 21-year-old waitress Bianca Thomas made it through the fourth episode of the Lifetime TV series Britain’s Next Top Model.

Peter Duncan hopes his latest visit to the region goes better than the time he could’ve drowned in Lowestoft harbour.

With blockbusters clammering for our attention at every turn it’s easy for some of the smaller, more thoughtful films to slip past, unnoticed. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a new series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies, both old and new, that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

Former footballer Dion Dublin has been taking a look around a newly-converted flat in Ipswich during today’s episode of a popular property development show on BBC One.

Celebrity chef and father-of-three Gino D’Acampo, heading to the Ipswich Regent with his new tour, says other parents should follow his example and ban phones at the dinner table. He has the Pope’s agreement.

Ipswich’s newest cinema, Empire, has now opened its doors to movie fans in the town’s revamped Buttermarket shopping centre.

Filming on the final series of award-winning comedy Detectorists is set to return to Suffolk.

Call me old fashioned but there are certain things which you just should not do and one of them is give the audience to determine the ending of any book, play, film or TV drama.

The new 14-screen Empire Cinema at the Buttermarket in Ipswich is opening its doors to movie fans tomorrow - and we have been given a special behind-the-scenes sneak preview.

We live in a visual age. Films and TV series bombard us from all sides but with so many high profile blockbusters clammering for our attention, it’s easy for some of the smaller, more thoughtful films to slip past, unnoticed. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a new series of idiosynctaic suggestions for movies, both old and new, that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

A Suffolk playwright has teamed up with an author from north of the county border to adapt a locally-published book for TV.

Children’s TV presenter Naomi Wilkinson, who brings her Wild and Scary tour to Colchester, Ipswich and Kings Lynn next month, has revealed she sought advice from Stephen Mulhern and comedy duo Dick and Dom before breaking into TV.

The winner of the Great Pottery Throw Down says he has no intentions of becoming “super famous” – and just wants to carry on enjoying ceramics.

Ipswich High School for Girls will be featured on tonight’s episode of the Quest TV show Salvage Hunters.

A new TV documentary about a teenage double murderer from Ipswich is due to be screened on Sunday.

Ideas for a multi-million pound regeneration project in Sudbury which could include a cinema are to go on show at a public information event in May.

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