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Who built St Edmundsbury Cathedral's fabulous ceiling? James Taylor of TMJ interiors was behind it - here he shares his Suffolk life with Gina Long MBE

Though not the film's ending, obviously! Flora Baker and her friend Kim took to the roads of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada for a trip of a lifetime

BBC Radio Suffolk's Mark Murphy has dealt with his fair share of trolls. He says it's largely water off a duck's back but still an unnecessary unpleasantness

Will you do batter than last week?

The heartbreaking loss of Norfolk's most sparkling daughter prompted a lot of conversations among families at the weekend. How we all wish she was still here to be part of them....

Recycling king Adrian Dodds is a proud family man and joint MD of Sackers in Ipswich. He has been in the waste business for over 45 years and has embraced the change in the sector over the years around sustainability and new technology. He focuses on the operations side of the family run business and has overseen a number of investments to remain ahead of the game. He has always lived in Suffolk and is passionate about the county and giving back to the local economy. He talks to Gina Long MBE

Mark Murphy says it's time for action over traffic delays. Ipswich has had enough

If this one thing guaranteed to wind up Helen, it's the word 'woke'. And don't get her started on the word 'diet' either!

Seventy-five years ago, a small band of commandos sprinkled with East Anglians fought and won one of the bravest battles of the Second World War. Steve Snelling recounts a triumph against the odds which was crowned by the last-ever Victoria Cross awarded to a member of the Royal Norfolk Regiment.

Been on a health kick? Peter Sharkey says if January is the time for your body, February is all about your cash...

Will you be remaining unhappy with your performance, or having a party?

Robert Williams lives at Haughley Park, near Stowmarket, Suffolk. The Jacobean manor house was saved from demolition by Robert's father in 1956, and, following Alfred's death in 1994, Robert and his family moved back from London to live there. Robert and daughter, Ellie, have since established Haughley Park Barn as a popular wedding venue. They also host many family-friendly, outdoor events at the Park including the new Spectacle of Light event in February. He talks to Gina Long MBE.

Happy Burns Night! Will you be setting the world on fire with your quiz score?

James Marston's mother is rarely wrong. But there was a time, as reader, Mary, reminds him, when mothers who weren't considered 'the right sort' were vilified. Read her heartbreaking letter here...

A new trend on Twitter #tradwife, argues that women are much happier as housewives. Does this mean we all secretly want to be Cinderella? Liz Nice suggests not.

Mark Murphy was shocked to discover that 1 in 5 young Brits have never had a full English. What is holding them back?

Will you be unmasked as the pub quiz genius? Or will you turn out to be far less successful than you and everyone else was hoping?

Whatever happens at the so-called Sandringham Summit, the whole Harry and Meghan episode is putting pressure on the concept of Royalty altogether, says Liz Nice

It's our first Friday pub quiz of the year. How will you do?

Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have announced they wish to step down as "senior" royals. What on earth is going on? Our columnist, monarchist and royal watcher JAMES MARSTON is appalled at this latest development.

Imagine a holiday where you can actually do some good at the same time. It might seem a bit cold to think about glamping right now - or is it? James Clark reports.

After her Debenhams experience, and now a not terribly relaxing experience trying to change her Sky TV package, Liz Nice wonders if customers are losing the battle to be treated with any thought at all...

Liz Nice had a heck of a job trying to exchange some clothes in Debenhams for the same items in a different size. Surely that's not the way to treat a customer, is it?

Tamara Unwin and Susanna Rendell are part of a true family business - Stoke By Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa and also the fruit farms out of which grew Copella Fruit Juices. Here they share their love of East Anglia, as well as a few stories of their adventures in business

The Very Reverend Joe Hawes, Dean of St Edmundsbury since July 2018, was called to ordained ministry after his university studies. Serving the church in both affluent and acutely deprived parishes in London, he spent fifteen years as Vicar of Fulham working closely with colleagues and a large team of volunteers to deepen links with the community. He was also a trustee of the Fulham Palace Trust, former home of the Bishops of London. All this has prepared him for the role of senior priest with oversight of the spiritual and administrative life of Suffolk's Cathedral. Here Joe talks to Gina Long.

The Very Reverend Joe Hawes, Dean of St Edmundsbury since July 2018, was called to ordained ministry after his university studies. Serving the church in both affluent and acutely deprived parishes in London, he spent fifteen years as Vicar of Fulham working closely with colleagues and a large team of volunteers to deepen links with the community. He was also a trustee of the Fulham Palace Trust, former home of the Bishops of London. All this has prepared him for the role of senior priest with oversight of the spiritual and administrative life of Suffolk's Cathedral. Here Joe talks to Gina Long.

How is your Christmas songs knowledge? Test it here...

Yes, we're getting in the Christmas mood with a Christmassy quiz (we can't promise it will be the last!)

James Marston says incidents like the one on London Bridge on Friday are a moment to reflect on forgiveness

All the questions this week are themed around the colour black. Will you be laden with bargains or royally ripped off this week?

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