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In November last year, it was revealed Mr Chandler’s job - along with 15 others - was at risk as part of a “restructuring exercise” at operator Anglian Radio.Then, six years ago, faced with the choice between a transfer to national news at ITN or North Norfolk Radio, he chose home. “So North Norfolk Digital is nothing like North Norfolk Radio? ”Coogan came up with the idea and then stuck a pin in the map.“ So Norfolk is irrelevant? Similarly, when Lewis and colleagues went to Cromer Pier for the shoot, they were waved on to the set, having been taken for cast members by security. “But then they didn't because we're too remote.”North Norfolk Radio broadcasts from a farmyard on the 4,000-acre Stody estate, 45 minutes from Norwich's pedestrianised city centre.Visitors to Sheringham Park had a chance to meet wartime workers ranging from a farmer’s wife, to a pair of Women’s Timber Corps ‘Lumberjills’, at an annual living history weekend organised by a team of National Trust staff and volunteers.Less than 9 weeks later, on , the Radio Authority announced that Tindle, trading as North Norfolk Radio, had won the eight-year licence to provide the area with its first dedicated local commercial radio service. “I announced the start of the first Gulf War in 1991,” he says.
Potential applicants had around 16 weeks to put their proposals on paper and send them back to the Radio Authority.