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After many years in the Royal Air Force and a posting to RAF Coltishall Wally also created the Solarscope mobile disco's with gigs as far as Manchester. He was resident DJ at Scamps Nightclub in Norwich during the 70's and had a show on Hospital Radio Norwich.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Radio Car Travelogue 18 - 22 July 2011







A year ago Bure Valley House sheltered housing was oposing planning permission for 8 flats for homeless people to be built on the adjacent car park of the Bure Valley Railway. Their petition and local support helped them defeat the plans and I went to revisit them. Report broadcast Tuesday morning.

Tuesday 19th July will be remembered as the day RAF Marham heard of its reprieve. The announcement was made in the commons on Monday. Joining us at the outside broadcast of the Breakfast Show left to right, Jill Bennett, Chris Goreham, Steve Martin producing. Chris with Derek Murphy from the County Council. Chris with Nick Daubney King's Lynn Council.


Wednesday at Necton Sports and Social Club where the team running it want to get younger people involved. However, the help isn't forthcoming and fundraising is difficult which all adds up to the death knell of the club if nothing changes by the end of the year. Pictured are treasurer Kim Woodbine, Chairman Jean Irwin who - after 28 years - says it's time to hand it over - and Drek Woodbine. The to the Hewitt School with associate head, Rob Anthony talking about the Aldridge Foundation which promotes business learning. They've set up "The Studio" aimed at teaching and promoting entrepeneurial skills for those who want a career in the business world. Much more promising than Careers advice!


1. Professor Jonathan Jones a leading scientist at the John Innes Centre talked about GM foods and the anti-GM campaign marching on the centre this weekend. Then to Hethersett Junior School where the pupils set out to cemplete 2012 lengths of the pool one year before the Olympics. They were helped a little by our Nicky Price (right) talking to Extended Schools c0-ordinator Fiona Whiting. 4. Nicky completing a length.

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