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Folk East continues to grow in size and sature as one of the most eclectic folk festivals in the country. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at this year's tempting bill of fare

Andrew Clarke

To mark Red Nose Day for Comic Relief on March 15, Emma Freud shares her East Anglian heaven and hell and reveals what she would like Robbie Williams to do in her honour...

BBC Radio

Restaurants have been given advice on keeping their drains clear after a blockage caused by Yorkshire puddings piqued national interest.

BBC Radio

Like a considerably less ostenatious phoenix rising from the ashes of a burnt-out career, the Partridge is set to fly again as Alan scores a brand new series with the channel he vowed to never work for again (until they offered him a job).

BBC Radio

As an etiquette expert comes up with guidelines for MPs to get through Brexit...with good manners!

European Union

BBC Radio's Mark Murphy wants our help to build a statue to Kevin Beattie. Here's how you can help remember a true Ipswich Town legend...

Kevin Beattie

With just over three months ago until the UK is due to leave the European Union, how will we cope with Brexit over Christmas?

David Cameron

The campaign for a statue of Ipswich Town's greatest ever player, Kevin Beattie, has got off to a flying start.

Kevin Beattie

Today we launch a campaign for a lasting memorial to Ipswich Town's greatest ever player, Kevin Beattie, on what would have been his 65th birthday.

Kevin Beattie

Get ready for an unforgettable night of comedy and campness as Julian Clary brings his Born to Mince tour to the region in 2019.

BBC Radio

Greater Anglia will no longer apply charges to cash found in lost wallets and purses after a teenager's complaint to the firm sparked national outrage.

BBC Radio

Grounding historical events in personal stories makes them more relatable. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to film-maker Tim Curtis about his latest film which tells the story of two local men and their experiences during The Great War

Andrew Clarke

Rail bosses have refunded a Suffolk student after staff took 10% of the cash in her purse as a "storage fee".

Greater Anglia

Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran is playing four huge concerts in Ipswich's Chantry Park next year - and over 100,000 die hard fans are due to descend on Suffolk to see him perform.

Ipswich Borough Council

As the weather gets cooler, Matthew Biggs offers 5 tips on what to do in the greenhouse to ensure you're ready for winter.

BBC Radio

The first ever National Album Day is almost here. The sales figures say one thing, but who's your favourite?

Andrew Clarke

Nostalgia Crackerjack! A TV legend

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Children's variety show Crackerjack was a highlight of the TV week, entertaining children and families for 29 years. Lynne Mortimer talks to Suffolk author Alan Stafford about the inside story of the teatime TV classic

Lynne Mortimer

A string of high profile gigs in Chantry Park by Ed Sheeran next year is set to showcase the space as a venue for promoters to bring other top artists, according to the landowners.

Ipswich Town Football Club

The use of restraints on adults with learning disabilities rose almost fivefold in the region's mental health hospitals in the space of a year, figures show.

BBC Radio

A Suffolk dairy farmer said he was "really chuffed" after his cheese-making story provided the inspiration for a plot in the popular BBC Radio 4 soap, The Archers.

BBC Radio

A 'topless' statue of a Suffolk surgeon - who has twice been diagnosed with breast cancer - was unveiled in Bury St Edmunds at the weekend.

Ipswich Hospital

Is it on-the-move Chris Evans? Or Sara Cox? Or maybe that bloke from Kiss? Do let us know who puts a spring in your step

David Cameron

Chris Evans is a tough act to follow on the country's most-listened-to radio show - who's it going to be?

BBC Radio

Tom Gregory is still the youngest swimmer to conquer the English Channel and probably always will be

army

The best in the regional business world were celebrated as the winners of the Suffolk Business Awards were revealed.

Matthew Hicks

Follow all the action from the biggest night of the business year in Suffolk - live! Tweet using the hashtag #EADTBizAwards to join in.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

Former Ipswich schoolboy Richard Ayoade will be featured at this year's Latitude Festival, it has been announced.

Labour

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