Making Lives on the Lines for Greater Anglia during Covid-19

Greater Anglia trains ready to go in Norwich last Summer

A wealth of stories

Life by the water across the diverse landscapes of the East Anglian counties

The puzzle of pandemic planning

every perspective connected towards a picture of what East Anglia really is.

Just a few of the places our contributors take us in the series Lives on the Lines

Taking a journey in audio

Whether it is the birdsong haunting the sun-scorched grasses at Sutton Hoo, mighty cathedral bells at Norwich or the swish of rewilded lawns along the Somerleyton estate, it’s my hope that these recordings can take you somewhere else.

Finding out how people live and work in this series travelling on Greater Anglia trains

We haven’t seen it all!

I think we need to be surprised and reminded of what we are yet to experience and discover.

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Podcasting specialist and producer. Also runs Podcast Pioneers.

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Katharine Kerr, Podcast Pioneers

Katharine Kerr, Podcast Pioneers

Podcasting specialist and producer. Also runs Podcast Pioneers.

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