Few could claim that art has taken them on tour with the Rolling Stones - but James Wilkinson is one of those who can.
Sir Ben Ainslie is leading the UK's assault to win the coveted America's Cup. But Suffolk has eyes on another sailor.
As the country faces its first locked-down February 14, we take a look back at how the tradition of Valentine's Day started.
The colourful life of Duchess Elizabeth Chudleigh wouldn’t be out of place amid the high society scandals of Netflix hit Bridgerton.
Death in Paradise was one of the most popular programmes on television and the show can trace its heritage all the way back to Suffolk.
With Netflix having released its new film 'The Dig' today, we take a look at the amazing story of the discovery of Sutton Hoo and those behind it.
For almost 15 years the Wright family, which owns Suffolk chocolatier Marimba, has lived and breathed chocolate.
Nativity plays are as much a part of Christmas as Santa Claus - we’ve been looking through our archives for photos of plays from the past decade.
There are scores of former cinemas in Suffolk which are no longer showing movies and are instead now home to everything from restaurants to flats.
A new book by social historian Neil Storey has taken an affectionate look at all things Suffolk - a county he has known and loved for many years.
The two films, narrated by historian Anne Grimshaw, are helping to raise money for the theatre, which has had its income hit by Covid-19 restrictions.
Heartfelt admiration for the women whose work kept farms going in WW2 is behind an ambitious project.
Knowing how to cook a healthy, tasty, affordable meal is one of the most useful skills for any family on a tight budget.
Catherine McMillan says gardening is a huge topic, but promises her book, Gardening for the Uncommitted, tells you only what you really need to know.
The National Trust is emerging from lockdown with visitors back in its nature reserves and gardens.
This summer, Adrian Walters is stepping down as senior ranger. He says every day working in Sudbury's water meadows has been another day in paradise.
Two men from Suffolk have relaunched a book to raise money and tackle one part of a rainforest's newest threat.
Engulfed by crowds, garlanded with flowers, and treated like celebrities ... for a retired couple in a three-wheeler, it was an astonishing reception.
Childminder Claire Wilson has turned most of the ground floor of her home into a perfect environment for toddlers with inquiring minds.
Every night, often for five hours at a time, wildlife champion George Millins paces up and down a few hundred yards of road on the lookout for frogs.