What to expect from Mustard TV in the future
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The Mustard Show is back, after a week's break from filming, and we've got plenty in store to see out the summer in style!
You may have seen our Best Bits compilation shows last week, and it was great to look back on all the fun we've had so far in our first 100 shows – and we can't wait to make the show bigger and better.
In the coming weeks there'll be a few exciting changes to The Mustard Show, and as ever we want you to be involved! Our team of regular experts are on hand to give advice, tips and suggestions to all you local lovelies so if you want to be part of The Mustard Show, we want to hear from you.
First off the bench, our very own Masterchef. Dr Tim Kinnaird may have swapped medicine for macarons, but he'll be opening his very own Cake Clinic soon here on The Mustard Show, delivering a diagnosis on your baking blunders and offering his expert advice.
So if your baking could do with some assistance, and you think you (and your cakes) could rise to the challenge, get in touch with us by emailing us on email@example.com.
- 1 Parking charges at city parks has raised £0
- 2 City teen named Ikea drops furniture brand as first name
- 3 City flat with spiral staircase and balcony bedroom for sale for £190k
- 4 Escaped giant eagle owl spotted in Norwich city centre
- 5 Mum has foot run over in incident with foul-mouthed driver
- 6 Toddler died after getting trapped between stair gates
- 7 Norwich's tiniest pub completes facelift
- 8 New Fireaway Pizza takeaway set for Norwich
- 9 'She died alone': Plea to raise funds for Ruth who died before Christmas
- 10 'It drives my wife crazy' - See inside Norwich fan's footy mancave
And it's not only your kitchen conundrums we want to help with. Vet Shona MacFarquhar will be on hand to give her professional verdict on how to help your furry (or scaly!) friend be happy and healthy, in her Pet Clinic.
If you have any pending pet problems you want to seek expert advice on, then make sure you tweet in your questions and queries to @mustardtv or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's the first fixture every football fan in yellow and green will have been waiting for since City's relation from the Premier League to the Championship… the return of the East Anglian Derby between Norwich City and Ipswich Town.
Norwich may only be three games into the new campaign but talk of the Canaries trip to Portman Road on Saturday has been rife in the Mustard office, particularly fuelled by Darren Eadie and Michael Bailey.
When the two clubs last shared a league in 2010–11, Norwich won both games, 4–1 at Carrow Road and 5–1 at Portman Road on their route to promotion… Here's hoping history repeats itself!
We'll be bringing you a full report from Suffolk on Monday's Three Up Front at 7:45pm, with Michael Bailey.
Last weekend saw the launch of Jeremy Goss' new autobiography, and here at Mustard there was only one man for the job of catching up with the Norwich City legend – our very own Norwich City legend, Darren Eadie.
The former team-mates caught up in the city, for an exclusive interview for Mustard. Jeremy explained to Darren the reasons for finally sharing his story, and how hard it was adapting to life after professional football.
But it seems that if Gossy hadn't made it as a footballer, he might have been able to turn his hand to wrestling! Darren and Jeremy spent nearly as hour swapping stories from the football clubs most successful era, including tales of Gary Megson, John Polston, Mark Robins and Chris Sutton.
Of course it didn't take long for Munich and that goal to crop up in conversation! All will be revealed so make sure you stay tuned to see the show.
Lifting the lid on local sport, Tom Vince will present this week's Sports N All, cherry picking Norfolk's must see upcoming sporting events. If you'd like to apply to be a guest on Sports N All or want to share some news from your club or event you can get in touch with the team by emailing email@example.com
This week sees the return of The Nimmo Twins to the fine city, as they take up residence at Norwich Playhouse, and then Norwich Theatre Royal with their new show Fritton's Got Talent.
It's their first show in Norwich for five years, and we were lucky enough to grab an interview with one half of the duo, Karl Minns, the evening before they opened.
It was clear the pressure of performing to a home crowd was playing on Karl's mind, but it didn't stop him from cracking a few jokes and busting out his beautiful Norfolk accent.
Karl also revealed that Mustard TV gets a mention in the show… but assured us it's in the nicest possible way. Darren's off to see them this week, so let's hope there's no need for Eadie to heckle the boys! You can see the interview with Karl Minns on the Mustard TV website, during Tuesday's Mustard Show.
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