Quiz PUBLISHED: 16:31 19 March 2019 | UPDATED: 16:31 19 March 2019 James Harkin, Andrew Hunter Murray, Anna Ptaszynsk and Dan Schreibe from No Such Thing As A Fish. Picture: No Such Thing As A Fish Archant The world famous No Such Thing As A Fish podcast will be coming to Norwich on Friday, March 22, at Norwich Theatre Royal. But what can the audience expect from hosts Dan Schreibe, Andrew Hunter Murray, James Harkin and Anna Ptaszynski as they take their show to the stage?Mr Hunter Murray has worked at QI for 11 years and back in March 2014 he joined with his fellow Elves to create the No Such Thing As A Fish podcast.Proving to be a massive hit with millions of listeners across the globe, the show is currently on tour around the UK.He said: “The second half of every show is a podcast recording so everyone will know what that is.Dan Schreibe, Andrew Hunter Murray, James Harkin and Anna Ptaszynski from No Such Thing As A Fish. Picture: No Such Thing As A Fish“But … [Read more...] about ‘It’s an amazingly awesome nerdy night’
Video PUBLISHED: 11:46 19 March 2019 | UPDATED: 11:53 19 March 2019 Lippstadt players and fans said farewell to Daniel Farke in 2015, in memorable style Picture: SV Lippstadt 08 SV Lippstadt 08 Daniel Farke on a horse? David Freezer finds out the story behind the terrace chant which is fast becoming a popular part of Norwich City’s push for promotion. You may have heard City fans singing about ‘Farke on a horse’ recently and been left wondering why.The tale stretches back to Daniel Farke’s time at SV Lippstadt 08 in Germany, the club where the Norwich boss first cut his teeth as a coach – and where he’d played in his younger days.Thilo Altmann, president of Lippstadt, takes up the story, explaining: “The photos of Daniel on the horse were taken on his departure. During his time in Lippstadt, the then club president, Kai Hartelt, gave him the nickname “Winnetou” because of his hairstyle. “At the club parties or the … [Read more...] about Farke’s on a horse? The story behind the chant bringing added fun to Norwich City’s promotion push
PUBLISHED: 11:14 19 March 2019 | UPDATED: 11:21 19 March 2019 David Powles David Powles is definitely NOT the next Daniel Farke. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Paul Chesterton Editor David Powles may not be the next Daniel Farke, but he’s so glad he took part in a level one football coaching course. Keith Webb passes on instructions to his players. Picture: The FA/Getty ImagesWhen I told my friends I’d signed up to take a Level One coaching badge with the Football Association (FA), the main response was to question where I expected to find the spare time?As you’d probably guess, being an editor in the digital world is a pretty time consuming job and when you throw two young children into the mix, it doesn’t leave many spare hours in the day.However, having recently taken over the running of my son’s under 6s football side, Hethersett Athletic for those wondering where Norwich City’s next gems will appear from, … [Read more...] about Daniel Farke
PUBLISHED: 10:31 19 March 2019 | UPDATED: 10:31 19 March 2019 Chelsea Flower Show style roses Pictuer: Enjoy Gardening More Archant Bring that English country garden look to your outdoor space. Give your garden a Great British vibe this summer by introducing some of these gorgeous plants from Enjoy Gardening More.For starters, how about a collection of five bare rooted old English roses for just £14.95?Bred using the latest techniques to give you summer-long displays and superb fragrace, these are high performing vatieties with fully double blooms which blossom for up to six months of the year.They’re incredibly similar to the Chelsea Flower Show winning varieties which can be so expensive - usually sold at more than £15 per bush.Fill your baskets with this Union Jack collection of petunias Picture: Enjoy Gardening MoreGive them pride of place in your borders where you can enjoy the lovely blooms and perhaps cut a few for a vase. These roses (which reach about 1m) … [Read more...] about Brighten up your garden with our special offer on roses and petunias
PUBLISHED: 10:31 19 March 2019 | UPDATED: 10:31 19 March 2019 Steve Russell Behind the publicity float for the film Tell It To The Marines is the newly-enlarged hall. Raked seating extended from near the side of the old building to the back of the new hall. The projection box (not shown) was now a separate room on the outside Picture: COURTESY DAVID CLEVELAND Archant The story of this indepedent film house is very interesting indeed - filled with tales of pioneering spirit, romance and some real ‘characters’. It�s the late 1920s at Southwold Electric Picture Palace. Back row: Freddie Neal (played the organ in Southwold church, possibly in the cinema as well), manager James Blythe, unknown lady, projectionist Reginald Ife, unknown man. Front row: lady pianist in cinema (possibly Mrs Bennett), George Crick, Lily Crick (James Blythe�s mother), probably Lily�s younger sister Emaline Picture: COURTESY DAVID CLEVELANDDid you … [Read more...] about Do you remember the first Southwold cinema?