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Catherine Larner picks up her new DSLR camera and seeks advice on getting the perfect shot of Aldeburgh beach
Former CIA counterterrorism expert Michele Rigby Assad talks about living to fulfil our potential
Andy Kershaw's eclectic career is the subject of a two-hour, one-man show.
Ben Fogle visits Southwold to talk about his book on the iconic Land Rover.
Author Victoria Hislop travelled all over Greece for her latest book. She talks to Catherine Larner
A cafe that offers a place to be still as well as good food.
Suffolk-based broadcaster, writer and sailor Paul Heiney talks about heartache, happiness at the helm and life beyond television.
The Felixstowe Book Festival is gaining a fine reputation on the literary circuit.
There is an untamed, timeless quality to this Suffolk coastal town where art, music and relaxation are the priorities.
Coming face to face with a true adventurer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Catherine Larner discovers what drives him
Club Business International
Aspria strives both to serve its members and to create a legacy.
Rowing & Regatta
Deben Rowing Club's 22-mile challenge from Woodbridge to Felixstowe and back takes place in tranquil Suffolk countryside.
A behind-the-scenes look at Antony Gormley's latest project, LAND, which has brought sculptures to seashore locations across Britain.
Boxford-based author Mark Mason has turned trivia into an art form.
Recreating the last journey of Anglo-Saxon King Raedwald, Catherine Larner, Lucy Hollis and Jacq Barnard rowed a length of the River Deben.