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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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Friday, November 11, 2011

Radio Car Travelogue 7 - 11 November 2011

















Photo's left to right top to bottom starting with Professor Edward Acton, Vice Chancellor at the UEA where he revealed plans for the land in the background. A £15m centre to encourage more science and low carbon industry to Norfolk. At Hethersett High, Chairman of Hethersett Olympic Committee with head Kerry Jordan and River, Taylor and Fenn all excited that the torch will be setting off from the school on the second day of it's time in Norfolk. In Aylsham market place this marquee outside the twon hall is 'home' for 90 hours to Paul McGrath, a member of the Aylsham branch of the Royal British Legion. His marathon is to help them raise money and the 90 hours is up with the silence on Friday morning. Jill Chapman is Manager of the Big C Information Centre at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital. We heard the remarkable story of Laura Binder who went into remission from liver cancer after her 9 year old daughter wrote her a letter every day and gave it to her. The power of positive thinking was highlighted. The fire at Broadland Hams on the Sweetbriar Industrial Estate rendered the building useless. It's believed to have started in processing machinery. Roy Masters climbs the ladder up his 50 foot wooden lifeboat. The 'Elizabeth Simpson' saved many lives before becoming a pleasure boat on the Broads ending her days at Potter Heigham. Roy couldn't see her rot away and so craned it into his back garden at North Creake where he'll begin the massive restoration job. That's the 'head' in the bow! We talked turkey prices with Trevor Roberts on Friday morning. They've risen by about 10% on last year so not too bad if you shop around. His come from Lincolnshire. Finally, it's Armistice Day and a revived memorial at North Walsham stands where the Memorial Hospital once stood. The new building wraps itself around the new plinth where Laura McCartney-Gray and Brian Elliott told us of the rededication service taking place today.

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