Wildlife

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Robin

It’s the world’s largest wildlife survey – the RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch on Saturday and Sunday, January 24 and 25. And it needs you.

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Female Common blue butterflies are brown

There’s no more beautiful sight in summer than a meadow filled with butterflies nectaring on wildflowers. But can Suffolk’s butterflies survive the challenges facing them? Photography tutor and nature writer Kiri Stuart-Clarke investigates

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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Trevor Goodfellow lives in Thurston and has been interested in wildlife photography for 10 years or so.

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Animal tracking, walking free through a puddle, Schools' Holiday Club, RSPB Rye Meads, May 2013

Aggie Rothon from the RSPB discovers a cost-free alternative to the gym

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Havergate Hares

Blink and you’ll miss him – the hare is twice as fast as the swiftest man on earth. Wildlife writer Andrew Fallan finds much to celebrate about Suffolk’s own brown hares

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Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Great spotted woodpecker

RSPB wildlife writer Agnes Rothon marvels at some unusual courtship rituals of our feathered friends

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Tue, 13:05
The EADT Suffolk Food and Drink Awards 2015 at Milsom's Kesgrave Hall
Food and Drink Hero sponsored by BBC Radio Suffolk - winner Justine Paul

The finest of the county’s food and drink industry gathered to recognise their achievements

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Tue, 13:25
Andrew Brogan in the Henstead Exotic Gardens which he owns and is opening to the public

Hidden behind a 400-year-old cottage in a Suffolk village, an exotic jungle of palms, bamboos and secret pathways transports you into a magical Jurassic Park world

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015
A gentle sail on a summer’s day on the Orwell

If you’re sailing the Suffolk coast this summer you’ll need the East Coast Pilot by your side – it’s been the roadmap of these watery parts for a decade. Author Garth Cooper, and fellow sailing enthusiasts Dick Holness and Colin Jarman travelled thousands of miles on land and sea to produce the latest edition

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Tue, 12:37
Terry Waite

Catherine Larner talks to Suffolk resident Terry Waite about his life helping hostages and the homeless . . . and writing a comic novel

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Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Why Nick Robinson loves his Suffolk bolthole

When he can takes his gaze away from parliamentary proceedings for a day or two, there's nothing the BBC's political editor Nick Robinson loves more than escaping the cut and thrust of life at Westminster and heading for his Suffolk seaside home

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Tue, 12:51
Landlord Mike Keen at the Brewery Tap in Ipswich Waterfront keeps chickens at the pub, to provide the kitchen with fresh eggs

Linda Duffin talks to Mike Keen, chef and restaurateur in Ipswich . . . and a few more things besides

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