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Trump’s time is nearly up says US politics commentator Adam Aiken

Ben Cajee’s story has been watched 1.4 million times on Twitter alone. He tells us more, including how he hopes to inspire future generations.

Gina Long meets Christen Savage, who is one of more than 10,000 people in the UK to have cystic fibrosis

Clare Perkins, who was recently named one of the country’s top 30 mask makers, uses silk and Chantilly lace in her wedding creations.

The alternative therapy - which is available at Woodbridge Complementary Health Centre - is currently popular with a number of athletes and celebrities.

A Suffolk primary school is hosting a harvest festival with a difference this year - with ‘hope’ being the central theme.

The shortlist for the coveted East Anglian Book Awards 2020 has been revealed, celebrating the very best of publishing, writing, and reading in the region.

From warm hues to chunky textures – Lindsey Rendall of Rendall & Wright shares this autumn’s biggest trends.

Philip Dodd, managing director of Healeys Printers in Suffolk shares his East Anglian Heaven and Hell.

Amanda Childs, Head of Ipswich Prep School, shares her insight on prep schools to help you make an informed decision about your child’s education.

Ipswich School of Dancing’s Emma Hawley is pleased the BBC has decided to give Nicola Adams a female partner on Strictly this year.

Suffolk resident Caroline de Max has found great solace in nature walking - and wants to share its benefits with others.

We meet East Anglian atist India Mae Durban.

Facilities include a teaching kitchen, equipped music room, chillout zones and baby-changing for local parents.

Laxfield Literary Associates wants to help East Anglian authors get their big break.

You may assume that commissioning a unique piece of jewellery is a long, expensive task. Hayden Bishop, director of Carats Jewellers in Ipswich, explains how it can be a memorable and affordable experience.

Go on your very own antiques roadshow discovering everything from retro glassware to upcycled chandeliers at these local shops.

This week Gina Long meets Guy Nicholls, owner of Tru7 Group.

One of the joys of life as we emerge (albeit with curfew and restrictions) from lockdown is the ability to once again enjoy a drink and some well-cooked food in the company of five other friends or family members. Being able to revisit the pub gives us all some much needed ‘normality’ in a year that has been anything but normal.

Hand-rolled truffles, meaty pies, delectable ice creams and more have been named amongst the best of the best in the region this year

Ipswich therapist Helena Lyons explains the benefits of Sophrology – and how it’s helped her in a Covid-19 world.

Explore the county’s stunning countryside... on your bike.

This week Gina Long meets Suffolk-based potter Jonathan Keep.

Gemma Titmarsh explains why she feels the wedding sector has been left behind during the pandemic – and how she’s managed to salvage her business.

Remembering Jimi Hendrix, the world’s greatest guitarist, 50 years after his untimely death. We take a look at an amazing career that lasted for just four short years but spawned a legacy that will last forever

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