Monday and Stephen's talking politics so I take the radio car out to Dereham where Tom Goreham is contesting the Dereham North seat for the Labour Party. Not bad going to be selected at just 19 years of age!
Tuesday and the subject is travel and the flu epidemic. I'm at Harvey World Travel in Aylsham with Rachael Fraine who informs us that the Foreign Office have now advised people NOT to travel to Mexico. Spain has also been affected but as at this time there's no restrictions. It will, of course, affect the travel industry depending on how serious the situation becomes worldwide but Rachael says there's still plenty of money being spent on what people consider to be an essential - that once a year break in the sun!
Wednesday morning and a wonderful sunny start to the day (misty patches excepted) and I'm on the seafront at Great Yarmouth talking cereals. This is what was on offer to guests this morning at the Burlington Palm Hotel. All very healthy apart from the corn flakes surprisingly ! Then we took a look at the Carrow Road ticket office. 1500 tickets at a fiver to watch Sundays crunch game on a big screen in one of four lounges. After forty-five minutes Customer Services Manager Richard Goff told us that 500 had already gone so it could be sold out by the end of the day. Let's hope they have to something to raise the roof about this weekend.
Thursday morning is a challenge. How to find iSport, the GP2 company who've won a shedload of trophies and now Bernie Ecklestone might be opening the door to. Based near Carleton Rode they've been working for 5 years to make their name in Formula 1 and tomorrow they're off to Barcelona for the Formula 1 European Series. Pictured is one of the three founders of the company, Paul Jackson.
Friday and it's the FIRST OF MAY ! Outside the Forum at 6am we were greeted by various "tribes" of Morris Dancers. I followed them down to the Cathedral for 7am and the video will be posted soon. Next, here's Sarah Gaches, one of 15,000 participants in this weekends Race For Life raising money for Cancer Research UK. That's 30,000 feet (with the odd exception!). It's at the Norfolk Showground Saturday and Sunday. Here ends another week although I'll be with you Sunday afternoon at Carrow Road for the BIG match.