December 13 2013 Latest news:
A special tribute to Basil Gowen, a much loved author and founder member of the Norfolk Postcard Club.
It is a group with has helped to shape so many young lives over the last hundred years - and is now looking forward to the next century.
When Terry met Ruth. They said it was a love affair which wouldn’t last. They were wrong.
Formed 50 years ago they turned into one of the biggest acts to come out of Norfolk. Millions of TV viewers loved those brothers.
They were the highlight of so many young lives - a chance to escape to a world of make-believe at the flicks.
A new photography exhibition in Norwich is an inspiration to us all. They are Images from the Edge of Sight.
Were you a Saturday morning picture kid or perhaps you met the love of your life at the cinema? It’s time to share some magical movie memories.
Why a trio of tower blocks at Heartsease are named after streets in the old “village on the hill” in Norwich.
How your old cards have raised more than £18,232 to help children across Norfolk.
Former pupils from all over the country return to Norwich to remember their school days.
The Bishop of Norwich joins others paying tribute to a man who has spent three decades helping an eating disorders group in the city.
News of a school reunion for the Henderson boys and Gurney girls uncovers some great old pictures.
An LP record made by the talented students at Thorpe Grammar School has turned up in a Norwich charity shop.
A new book recalls the days of the friendly invasion when thousands of young American airmen arrived in Norfolk - many never returned home.
Waitrose shoppers support a unique home for the deaf in the heart of Norwich.
Memories of life in the “village on the hill” so many years ago - and hard work in the “Yard List” at Colman’s.
How the story behind a miniature railway reminds us of an extraordinary and world famous Norwich company - Barnards.
The hunt is on for new organisers so the annual reunions for pupils at two long-lost Norwich schools can carry on.
A new booklet pays tribute to a great Norwich architect and looks at his magnificent buildings
The island that was Paradise Place in Norwich before the bulldozers came
Frozen rivers, ice floes at sea - this was the coldest winter since 1740 and it lasted for more than 60 days.
The days of the slipper and ruler at Hellesdon Secondary Modern.