- published: 02 Jul 2008
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Teenager Toby Clarke is a big country music fan. Now the 14-year-old has been given his own radio show. Norfolk Now is the YouTube channel that gives you the best local stories from across Nelson's county. Tune in for the latest videos on news, sports, food & drink, history, entertainment and more... Subscribe Now - https://goo.gl/IsvTVY
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Geezer Freezer decides to promote his upcoming gig to the people of Norfolk. Follow Geezer Freezer: http://twitter.com/GeezerComedy Follow Motion Bear: http://twitter.com/MotionBearMedia Special thanks to Stephen Bumfrey and BBC Radio Norfolk.
Official clip, Alan Partridge and Sidekick Simon ask today's 'Large Question'. In Cinemas Wednesday August 7 http://www.facebook.com/alanpartridgemovie http://www.northnorfolkdigital.org http://www.shaperadio.co.uk
http://norfolkgem.com/ Chris from North Norfolk Radio emotional message at his leaving party. The event took place at The Hunny Bell | Country pub in Hunworth, Norfolk, attended by fellow presenters and producers. Chris played a big part during Cromer Carnival with some great radio coverage. We wish him all the best for the future.
7:36 - The Watanabes perform 'Over Romantic' live in Tokyo for BBC Radio Norfolk. 12:36 - Sophie Little interviews The Watanabes' parents about their early years. BBC Introducing celebrated its 10th Anniversary and invited The Watanabes to perform live for BBC Radio Norfolk. The band surprise their parents on air - who go on to reveal a little more than they'd bargained for! Big thanks to Tiny Bird Productions for engineering and mixing the track in addition to producing the video, and also to KRH Studios in Harajuku for their generous assistance. https://tinybirdproductions.wordpress.com http://www.krhstudios.jp
Out and about with the BBC Radio Norfolk Treasure Quest team. This film tracks Becky Betts and Ian Forster as they try to find the 'treasure' on a chilly Sunday morning last February. With two cameras at the studios and two in a chase car, we tried to make sure we didn't miss any of the action. Our first attempt was hampered by a downfall of snow, so the show was cancelled for only the second time in its four-year history.