June 19 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.
The day a deadly bomb dropped on Carrow Vale, where many of the Colman workers lived.
It is time to pay tribute to author Joyce - who told the story of the great trades and industries of Norwich,
This is your chance to win a copy of the new book by the one and only Keith Skipper. A collection of some of his finest articles over the years.
The days of Crome - when “Ding-Dong” Bellchambers and “killer” Killingbeck were the men in charge.
More pictures taking a look at life on the “village on the hill” between King Street and Ber Street in old Norwich.
A new book knocks on the Bullards door in Norwich and takes a look at many more lost breweries
Welcome back Ethel - when she left school she got a job at Bowhill & Elliott’s shoe shop - she returned more than 80 years as a VIP.
Members of the Mottershaw clan have been getting together in Norwich - and would love to hear from more family members.
Pictures which remind us of the way it was in the community which existed between Ber Street and King Street in Norwich of more than half a century ago.
The story of Tommy Allsopp, former Norwich landlord, who held a unique record in sporting history. A top man on the football pitch and the cricket field.
A book which paints a vivid picture of life in the old city courts when the Riot Act was read.
The story of how your old postcards raise money for deaf children in Norfolk and how your help is needed to name the trophy winners.
Time for Norwich to honour Vernon Castle, the grammar schoolboy who teamed up with Irene to become the Posh and Becks of their day.
Joe Brown still loves performing and chats about his life and times ahead of his Norfolk shows. He makes sure people leave with a smile on their face
The pictures and stories from the old Crome School have revived memories of the much loved teacher who transformed himself into a knight in shining armour
The story of rough justice handed out to the people who had the misfortune of appearing at the dock at Norwich Guildhall.
Today, John and Judy Parker, ex-Norman dancers in 1950s Norwich, are enjoying the good life on the other side of the world where they have just celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary.
Today millions of us are turning to Twitter to spread the word but in days of old the twitters of Norwich had their very own court
The search is on for the girls who went to Lonsdale in Norwich, a school with such a proud and long history.
They played such a big part of so many young lives at the birth of the beat boom - the “caffs.” In Norwich the Number Ten and a number one place.
From public hangings to community service. It is a book which lifts the lid on life in court over the last six centuries.
Dance and laugh the night away at Little Melton...with Wypeout, Ian Larkin and Big Tim Lane
The school may be gone but the memories are as vivid as ever - happy days back at the pioneering Crome School in Norwich.
The last surviving industrial giant in Norwich, Laurence Scott & Electromotors, is reaching out to former workers.
Thank you for all your memories of happy days at Lakenham Swimming Pool.
It was almost 40 years ago when people were queuing up to buy a home where the Bally shoe factory once stood.
Did you ever work at Van Dal, part of the Florida group at Norwich? If you did then this is your chance to meet up with old friends.
They were the gold medal winners of their day - The Crome boys of Norwich in the 1940s and 50s.
Half a century after they left the school, the class of 62 are heading back to what is now Sewell Park
They stand out in all weathers, always ready with a friendly smile and a thank-you whether people drop a few pence or a few pounds in their collection tins.
From rationing to the arrival of the consumer society. A new book tells the story of a decade which changed a city.
Davey Place celebrates its bicentenary with an exhibition of rare old plans and drawings at the City Bookshop. It is a walkway with a great history.
The Regal Experience returns for a new season of classic film shows in Wymondham
It was such a special place in Norwich of the 1960s - especially if you had a motorcyle. Now it’s reunion time.
It’s party time as Second Opinion hold a charity gig in Dereham to celebrate 40 years of fun - and great music.
It’s 20 years since the gates were locked for the last time at the much loved and much missed Lakenham Swimming Pool - it was the end of an era.
How a Norfolk double act is raising the roof at one of the longest running summer shows in the land.
Remembering a great Scottish singer and personality who was a star attraction in Norfolk in the 1970s.
The Bishop of Norwich who was thrown out of his palace and told to eat his own books is honoured in a fascinating new book.
Tributes are paid to Trefor “Tommy” Thomas - Eyes of Blond, twice As Nice and Tommy Thomas. A Norwich man who devoted his life to making others happy.
Events on August 1 over the last century or more that changed the look of 21st century Norwich.
For the first time in half a century some of the new arrivals at Hewett School when it opened, return to meet the students of 2012.
Memories of the day the much-loved Rolf Harris made city boys and girls stars of his prime-time Saturday night TV show are as vivid as ever.
The extraordinary story of Ginger - the man who gave us the theatre of dreams - Wembley Stadium.
He rose from selling cigarettes outside to becoming the boss of Wembley and he went on to the presiding genius when it came to organising the 1948 Olympics.
He left school at 14 and got a job in a Norwich pastry factory - Ginger was on his way to a remarkable life.
Old photographs of Larkman Lane and George White schools in Norwich during the 1950s raise so many memories of happy days.
It’s promises to be the reunion of the year - for the Norman boys and girls in Norwich of the 1950s and 60s.
Terrific Tuck postcards capture the opening of Waterloo Park in Norwich - a home from home for local children with no gardens of their own.
Wonderful memories of the day The Beatles arrived in Norwich - on their way to becoming the biggest band in the world.
Stewy McIntosh is celebrating his 75th birthday and 60 years as a singing drummer by joining up with The Offbeats for a rock ‘n’ roll party we are all invited to.
Former Sheriff of Norwich Nick Williams tells the amazing stories of some of the men, women and children buried at the Rosary.
How our stories about Peter and Nancy’s special school of dance have resulted in a big reunion in Norwich this summer.
Six decades on the family were back together - proving community spirit is alive and well.
It was a picture with sparked some great memories - and more photographs of life at Larkman lane - and a boy called Pudding.
The man who helped to open the new look Norwich memorial gardens and appealed for people to treat them with respect, Vic Howe, has died.
Some of the finest artists in Norwich and Norfolk will be showing off their work in the city during July.
The way we were – and the way we are. Here we have the girls from Angel Road Secondary Modern School in Norwich of 1952 and pictured again in Norwich of 2012.
Remembering the Norwich buildings which, for one reason, disappeared - often because they stood “in the way of progress.”
If you worked, or are still working, for world famous Laurence Scott & Electromotors then how about meeting up with some colleagues for a great night out?