59:47 minutes (34.21 MB)
Kate Roma presenting :
Kate pops down to Gildengate House studios in Norwich to interview artists Katy Armes and Carly Smith Huggins about life after Art School.
Music correspondent Tony Cleary interviews Jayne May-Sysum.
Mark Bond Webster hosts this months Norfolk New Writing Forum profiling author Henry Sutton.
Ashley Stokes and Helen Ivory are in the studio talking about new creative writing courses at the Unthank School of Writing.
57:31 minutes (26.33 MB)
Some of the highlights of the previous week's Community Chest Shows. This week: Lawrie Hallett on location with a group of people who are excavating the site of the former Norwich City Railway Station; Jasmine speaks to Laura Crosley of the Norwich Heritage and Regeneration Trust about the Norwich Dragon Festival; and I discuss Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender History Month with Katy-Jon Went and Hilary Koe of the LGBT History Month Steering Group.
62:20 minutes (35.67 MB)
Author and poet Martin Figura talks to Kate Roma about the 7 tracks he has selected for his 7 ages.
58:31 minutes (23.44 MB)
Russell J Turner presents his first Platform, with reports on Fiddler on the Roof, volunteering at the NNF (Kate Roma reporting), local poet Hannah Jane Walker (in the studio) and Olympians (Mark Chamberlin reporting, another debut)
94:54 minutes (38.02 MB)
Crude Apache presents their Christmas offering, a tangled web of murder, tinsel and mince pies
56:59 minutes (22.83 MB)
The highlights of the week's Community Chest shows. This week: Tim MacWilliam talks to former Olympic athlete Paul Evans who reflects on his experiences and tells us about his work supporting the development young athletes; and Charlie Watson, founder and editor of Norwich Magazine chats to Stash Kirkbride.