June 21, 2021
On today's podcast, Suffolk County Council is accused of 'shockingly poor traffic management'.
It follows a crash in a village near Haverhill - we've got the response from the authority.
Also in the episode we have an update on an investigation after more than 80 suspected stolen dogs were found in Ipswich.
The new owners of a hotel near Mildenhall have revealed their plans for the site.
And, dialect coach to the stars, Charlie Haylock, teaches us some Suffolk lingo.
June 14, 2021
On today's podcast, hear from our reporter who's been covering the murder trial of Charles Jessop, 29, from Newmarket.
He has details on what was heard in court and the verdict.
The US President has been in the county as he arrived in Britain for the G7 summit and a meeting with the Queen.
A huge fire has caused £500k worth of damage at a farm.
And, a Suffolk woman has won a top TV show - we've got the info.
June 7, 2021
In today's podcast we chat about villagers' fears their summer will be ruined by 'tourists and troublemakers' - find out what police have said.
An investigation is underway following a stabbing in Newmarket.
West Suffolk MP and Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been speaking about children having the Covid jab.
And Martin Lambert chats about the new signings at Ipswich Town.
June 1, 2021
In this week's podcast we get the latest on an arrest eight months after human bones were found in a river in Suffolk.
A dog owner from Rendlesham warns others about a deadly plant after losing her puppy.
A couple who had to put back the opening of their glamping site following a break-in give us a tour around.
Suffolk's Ed Sheeran has been involved in a big weekend of live music.
And, rugby fans have been back watching Bury St Edmunds in action - hear from their coach.
May 24, 2021
Cases of the Indian variant of coronavirus have been identified in Suffolk.
Find out what's been happening in parts of the county to try and find out if anyone else has been infected.
We'll also have news on current rates and a vaccine centre that's opening up for walk-in appointments.
Also, tributes have been paid to a man who died in a crash on the A14, we have details on when Aldi will open in Newmarket and hear about the pub chef set for big things.
May 17, 2021
The mum of Luke Durbin who disappeared on a night out in Ipswich 15 years ago has spoken about the impact it's had on her life.
Also in today's podcast, tributes are paid to a man who died in a crash on the A14.
A year after a baby's body was found at a recycling plant we're told investigations are still on going.
And, lockdown restrictions across Suffolk ease further.
Plus Martin Lambert has the latest on transfer rumours at Ipswich Town.
May 10, 2021
Thousands of pounds has been donated to two women who suffered burns when a heater exploded at a pub in Great Cornard - we have the latest.
Also in today's podcast, it was the end of the era in Bury St Edmunds at the weekend as Debenhams welcomed shoppers for the final time.
Find out what beach has been rated the best in the county according to Which?
And we catch up with Martin Lambert following Ipswich Town's final game of the season.
April 26, 2021
Dozens of firefighters have been tackling a fire at a thatched property in Thwaite - we have the latest from the scene.
In our roundup of top stories from the past week we chat about an explosion outside a pub, the moment a hospital helipad was destroyed and the unusual find by a scuba diver.
Also, Martin Lambert chats about Ipswich Town with just three games of the season to go.
April 19, 2021
A fundraising page has been set up following the death of Egle Vengaliene whose body was found in a country park in Brandon.
The 35-year-old was originally from Lithuania and it's hoped the money will mean her body can be repatriated.
We have the latest on the investigation.
Also in today's podcast, news on four schools in Suffolk that want to expand, a celebrity couple get the planning green light and Martin Lambert chats Ipswich Town ahead of two crucial games this week.
April 12, 2021
Non-essential shops, salons and pubs have been reopening in Suffolk as Covid restrictions are eased.
This is the second phase of the government's road map out of lockdown as cases of coronavirus continue to fall.
Also in today's podcast, we have the latest on a murder investigation in Brandon.
Plans for a former department store in Bury St Edmund's are revealed.
And Martin Lambert joins us to chat about Ipswich Town as they push for the league one play offs.