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The British county of Norfolk - where the iconic success of Team Lotus was cultivated, where Ayrton Senna, Martin Brundle, Mark Webber and more honed their race craft, and home to the NR F1 Podcast. Sports journalist Michael Bailey plus his Formula 1 podcast guests pore over every grand prix, the latest news and talking points. Find your subscription: http://nrf1.uk/podsubscribe and join the debate via Twitter and Facebook @theNRF1
 
The Eastern Daily Press’ King’s-Lynn based sports reporter Gavin Caney will be bringing you all the latest news and views from the west of the county in his new weekly West Norfolk Sports Podcast. Expect in-depth analysis on the exploits of the town’s football and speedway clubs as well as features away from The Walks and the Norfolk Arena. Special guests, quizzes and fan interaction are the name of the day. So get in touch and join in by e-mailing your questions, comments and observations t ...
 
The Broads are Britain's largest protected wetland and are home to a wealth of wildlife, especially fish and birdlife. They comprise a network of mostly navigable rivers and lakes in the English counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. The lakes (or broads) were originally formed by the gradual natural flooding of medieval peat excavations and cover an area of some 303 square kilometres (117 sq mi). The rivers and broads subsequently evolved to become a system of water-highways linking the City of N ...
 
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The NR F1 Podcast bring you Edition 278, our review of the 2021 Portuguese Grand Prix and a look ahead to the SpanishGP. Richard Baxter hosts, assisted by Kyle Cumbers and Dan Springall. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/nrf1 *** The British county of Norfolk is where the iconic success of Team Lotus was cultivated, where…
 
Eating food outside is one of Summer's most wonderful pleasures, especially when you're somewhere like Norfolk, with big skies, beautiful towns and ever-changing landscapes as your backdrop. Episode 2 continues our theme of 'A Norfolk Summer', as we discuss dining al fresco in Norfolk. Around 50 minutes of unrehearsed, lighthearted chat with Steph …
 
In this talk, Community Librarian Rachel Ridealgh explores material from Norfolk Heritage Centre’s ephemera collection that looks at how women have demanded freedom from control and violence, and autonomy over their own bodies. Discover more about how local women became involved in campaigns for equality during the 20th century, both locally and na…
 
Welcome to Season Two of 'Norfolk & Good' - all about Summer in Norfolk. We'll be discussing the best elements of a Summer in Norfolk (whether you live in Norfolk or you're visiting), offering ideas and inspiration for things to do in Norfolk this Summer. We're going big in this first episode... in fact, we're going HUGE, with details about some fa…
 
Season Two of 'Norfolk & Good' is all about Summer in Norfolk. Over ten episodes, Andrew and Steph of Enjoying Norfolk will be discussing the elements that make up a brilliant, memorable Norfolk Summer, and offering ideas and inspiration for things to do in Norfolk this Summer, whether you live in Norfolk or you're planning to visit on holiday. Mos…
 
The NR F1 Podcast bring you Edition 277, our review of the 2021 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix and a look ahead to the Portuguese GP. Richard Baxter hosts, assisted by Kyle Cumbers. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/nrf1 *** The British county of Norfolk is where the iconic success of Team Lotus was cultivated, where Ayrton Se…
 
In this talk, Community Librarian Rachel Ridealgh explores what material from Norfolk Heritage Centre’s ephemera collection can tell us about the movement for women’s liberation in Norwich during the 1970s – 1990s. Learn more about how local women became involved in campaigns for equality, peace, and human rights during this time, both locally and …
 
The NR F1 Podcast continues with Edition 276, our review of the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix and a look ahead to the Emilia-Romagna GP. Richard Baxter hosts, assisted by Dan Springall, and Phil Gray. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/nrf1 *** The British county of Norfolk is where the iconic success of Team Lotus was cultivate…
 
In the final part of Jo and James' LGBTQ+ walking tours of Norwich series, we begin on King Street, head past Norwich Castle to Ber Street, cross the river via the All Hallows Mission, and end our tour at The Castle pub at the bottom of Kett's Hill.Find the map and some of the images referenced throughout the talk at norfolkheritagecentre.wordpress…
 
The NR F1 Podcast kick starts it's season with Edition 275, our preview of the 2021 Formula One Season. Richard Baxter hosts, assisted by Dan Springall, Callum Springall and David Tillyer. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/nrf1 *** The British county of Norfolk is where the iconic success of Team Lotus was cultivated, whe…
 
In the second of their three part "Queer Norwich" walking tour series, librarian Jo Foster-Murdoch and local historian James Watts explore the LGBTQ+ stories to the north of the City centre - starting in Westwick Street, heading up to St Augustines, down Magdalen Street and across the river, ending at St Michael-at-Plea on Queen Street.Find the map…
 
Part 2 of 2 From smugglers and pirates to seaside days out... Do you say 'Stiffkey' or 'Stoo-key'? And where is the Well of Wells? Join us on the final part of our look at the wonderful North Norfolk coast. Episode 10 is the last episode of Season One of our Norfolk & Good podcast, and we continue our 'virtual' coastal journey around from Trimingha…
 
Part 1 of 2 There's nowhere quite like North Norfolk... Episode 10 is the last episode of Season One of our Norfolk & Good podcast, and we continue our 'virtual' coastal journey around from Trimingham to Thornham. After recording this episode, we realised that there was so much to enjoy, that we've split it into two parts, for more convenient liste…
 
This podcast episode is hosted by Jo Foster-Murdoch, a Community Librarian for Norfolk Libraries, and James Watts, a local historian with a specialist knowledge of LGBTQ+ histories. Jo and James lead us on a walking tour of Norwich City centre highlighting sites of interest, including pubs, hotels, shops and historic buildings, which tell stories o…
 
We're celebrating Norfolk Women this March! March is Women's History Month, while March 8th 2021 is International Women's Day and March 14th is Mother's Day. So it seemed only fitting to dedicate an episode of our podcast to Norfolk Women. In this episode, we discuss famous and inspirational women who hail from Norwich and Norfolk and chat to Brion…
 
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside... It feels like ages since we saw the sea (it’s actually only been a few weeks... but still) and we can’t wait to be able to travel a little further afield. To try to counter our coastal withdrawal symptoms, we’re talking about the wonderful Norfolk coast in episode 8 of our ‘Norfolk & Good’ podcast. In this …
 
Something a little different this week. Stacia and Siofra take a little look into the world of ghosts lights. They discuss the corpse candles of Wales, the Saratoga Lights in Texas and the fascinating phenomena of ball lighting. Special thanks to illustrator Josh King who has create a wonderful series of illustrations for our next four episodes. We…
 
Who doesn't love a good sea shanty? The uplifting tunes, often with a catchy, repetitive chorus, are easy to sing, clap or stamp along to. Perhaps you have a favourite sea shanty yourself? In this episode, we discuss sea shanties and chat with Sam and Steve of Norfolk sea shanty group, Nelson's Shantymen. Around half an hour of unrehearsed, enthusi…
 
Make sure you grab a cuppa and a biscuit before settling in for this one, it's a long one! This week Stacia and Siofra have a chat about Hikey Sprites, the fairy like bogeymen who only live in Norfolk. Special thanks to illustrator Josh King who has create a wonderful series of illustrations for our next four episodes. We love his work. You can fin…
 
What are you reading? Following on from last week's episode (though you can enjoy each episode as a stand-alone), we discuss further Norfolk's literary prowess, from authors and books to literary firsts that Norwich and Norfolk can can claim. Just over 45 minutes of unrehearsed Norfolk-y chat with Steph and Andrew of Enjoying Norfolk. All details (…
 
Have you ever been to the UEA Literary Festival in Norwich? Or perhaps you studied Creative Writing at the UEA? Maybe you're a bona fide bookworm? Norwich, and Norfolk, has a well-founded and longstanding relationship with the written word. In this first of two podcast episodes about Literature and Norfolk, we talk to UEA LIVE Co-Director Kate Moor…
 
Stacia and Siofra are back after an extended break. Unfortunately they can't meet in real life for weird chats so it's back to Zoom, as is very clear in the sound quality (Siofra sounds a bit like a robot). This week the ladies discuss one of Stacia's specialist subjects, the Green Lady of Costessey Hall. They learn all about the lost hall which on…
 
Have you got a favourite Norfolk Farm Shop? We're lucky enough to have an abundance of Farm Shops here in Norfolk. In our fourth episode of the season, we discuss Farms Shops we've visited, as well as the fabulous local produce that they stock. We talk about our recent visit to the Yare Valley Farm Shop, and taste some goodies live. If you can't en…
 
What makes you feel better? What do you do to improve your health and wellbeing? Whatever your situation, most of us would probably accept that our mental and physical health has taken a bit of a battering this past year. And being 'locked down' can make it hard to improve how we feel. In Episode 3 of our Enjoying Norfolk Podcast, we discuss wellbe…
 
Have you enjoyed a stand-out local take-away over the past 10 months? It's been a tough year for Norfolk restaurants and pubs. In our second episode, we reflect on takeaway food we've enjoyed during the past 10 months or so, as we moved in and out of lockdowns. We also speak to Alex Brake, Co-Owner of The Bird in Hand in Wreningham, about his exper…
 
The first instalment of our brand new Podcast. What smells remind you of Norwich or Norfolk? In our inaugural Enjoying Norfolk Podcast, we discuss smells that make us think of Norfolk and look at some smelly Norfolk products from Captain Fawcett, The Candle Brand and Ruff Stuff Body Care. Half an hour of unrehearsed, enthusiastic chat with Steph an…
 
Edition 274 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 Formula One Season. Including catching up with all the latest news. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Kyle Cumbers and Steve Rust - recorded remotely. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/nrf1 *** The British county of Norfolk is where the iconic success of…
 
Edition 273 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix. Including catching up with all the latest news and previewing the upcoming Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by David Tillyer and Steve Rust - recorded online. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/nrf1 *** The British c…
 
Witnessing a miracle in the desert. Edition 272 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix. Including catching up with all the latest news and previewing the upcoming Sakhir Grand Prix. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Perry Hamilton and Katy Sandalls - recorded online. For more of our content, head over to http://…
 
Hamilton hits the heights of 7. Edition 271 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 Turkish Grand Prix. Including catching up with all the latest news and previewing the upcoming Bahrain Grand Prix. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Kyle Cumbers and Perry Hamilton - recorded online. For more of our content, head over to http://www.…
 
Formula 1 in new grounds. Edition 270 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 Portuguese Grand Prix at Portimao for the first time. Including catching up with all the latest news and previewing the upcoming Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Kyle Cumbers and Steve Rust - recorded online. For more of our co…
 
On this episode Stacia and Siofra discuss a TV appearance of a ghost at Morley Old Hall near Wymondham. Renowned SPR member Tony Cornell and Anglia TV investigated the hall in the 1960s. After the show aired they received an unexpected response from viewers. The ladies also discuss how the show influenced Ghostwatch, one of the most infamous horror…
 
Formula 1 heading back to the Ring. Edition 269 of The NR F1 Podcast is our preview of the 2020 Eifel Grand Prix at the Nurburgring, including catching up with all the latest news and talking points. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Kyle Cumbers - recorded online from our homes. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.co…
 
In this episode Stacia and Siofra explore the history of Norwich Castle and the mound it sits on. They tell the tale of Martha Alden who was publicly executed at the castle for murdering her husband. Her spirit is said to still wonder through the museum galleries and was seen on the mound soon after her death. Siofra introduces a new king British h…
 
The Formula 1 circus never stops. Edition 268 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix, including a quick look ahead to the Russian GP at Sochi. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Kyle Cumbers - recorded remotely from our homes. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/nrf1 *** The British county…
 
In this Heritage Open Days special, Stacia and Siofra record from Annie's Room in King's House, Thetford. Annie is said to be the spirit of a servant girl who died in the room. Stacia and Siofra share some of the paranormal phenomena experienced by staff at the house as well as discussing King James I, who once owned the property.…
 
The Formula 1 madness continues. Edition 267 of The NR F1 Podcast is our reviews of the 2020 Belgium and Italian Grands Prix, including a quick look ahead to the second Italian GP at Mugello. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Kyle Cumbers and Katy Sandalls - recorded remotely from our homes. For more of our content, head over to http://ww…
 
Formula 1 hits Spain. Edition 266 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 Spanish Grand Prix hosted at the Circuit de Catalunya, including a quick look ahead to the Belgian GP and what's on the way. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Kyle Cumbers and Steve Rust - recorded direct from the Rushcutters Arms near Norwich. For more of ou…
 
Formula 1 back at home. Edition 265 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 British and 70th Anniversary Grands Prix hosted at Silverstone, including a quick look ahead to the Spanish GP and what's on the way. Richard Baxter hosts once more, assisted by Kyle Cumbers and Perry Hamilton - recorded direct from the Rushcutters Arms near Norwich.…
 
It's back and we couldn't be happier! Edition 264 of The NR F1 Podcast is our review of the 2020 Styrian and Hungarian Grands Prix, and a look ahead to Silverstone and what's on the way. Richard Baxter hosts, assisted by Kyle Cumbers and Katy Sandalls - recorded remotely across Norfolk. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/n…
 
In this episode Stacia and Siofra discuss the strange tale of Ella Morse's moving gravestone. This unusual case from Swaffham certainly leaves them with more questions than answers. Stacia quizzes Siofra on her burial plans and the pair decide on how they will communicate after death.저자 Weird Norfolk
 
This week's podcast comes from the archives of the American Library in Norwich (formerly the Second Air Division Memorial Library). Their "Conversations with Strangers" series features United States Air Force veterans of WWII discussing their experience of war; from their relocation to the sleepy farming towns of Norfolk, England, to the extraordin…
 
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