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“And the closure of the Nestlé chocolate factory in Norwich. I have regulars who ring up and I don't even have to ask their name. Debbie from Field Dalling, Jax from Blakeney…”Despite biographical similarities, Lewis denies that he is the real-life Partridge.That was a massive story.” After that he went to Anglia TV as a “jack of all trades” for nine years. “The inspiration is no radio presenter in Norfolk,” he says. And when the producers of the film needed a little local knowledge for their script, it was Lewis they called.Professionals who work with children and teenagers in Norfolk and Waveney will be given specialist training to identify the signs of harmful sexual behaviour following the launch of a new initiative designed to reduce offending and protect vulnerable young people.Patients are being urged to look after themselves when they have minor ailments - because more than £2m is being spent in Norfolk and Waveney on prescriptions that could be bought for less over the counter.Then, six years ago, faced with the choice between a transfer to national news at ITN or North Norfolk Radio, he chose home. “So North Norfolk Digital is nothing like North Norfolk Radio? ”Coogan came up with the idea and then stuck a pin in the map.“ So Norfolk is irrelevant? Similarly, when Lewis and colleagues went to Cromer Pier for the shoot, they were waved on to the set, having been taken for cast members by security. “But then they didn't because we're too remote.”North Norfolk Radio broadcasts from a farmyard on the 4,000-acre Stody estate, 45 minutes from Norwich's pedestrianised city centre.

Because that’s the only way to tell if there’s chemistry. Our IJL certified matchmakers create a dating experience personalized just for you. Date, time, where you go." We treat you as a person, not a website profile.Note: * 87.7 The Beach was the trial stand-alone station, not the full-time 103.4 service nor a relay of it.On 14 November 2002, the Radio Authority formally advertised a new local commercial radio licence for the coastal area of North Norfolk, covering Wells-next-the-Sea and Cromer, and inland to include Fakenham.North Norfolk Radio came about after several groups campaigned for a dedicated radio service for the area.Some of these groups, who ran restricted service licence (RSL) trial stations, included 106.9 FTR-FM (Fakenham - August 1997), Fakenham Community Radio (April/May 1999), Wensum FM (East Dereham - 3 trials between October 1999 & June 2001), Central Norfolk Radio (Fakenham - 5 trials between April 1999 & May 2001), Escape FM (Sheringham - July/August 2000) and Tindles own 87.7 The Beach* (North Walsham - Christmas 2000 & Holt, Norfolk - June 2001).