Well no prize for Sophie last week on her 100th quest can she make it on her 101st. As the Questmaster says " Its all up to you the listener ". Driver Debs was the desinated Navigator today carrying on the Norfolk Show cameraderie. David Whiteley warmed the presenters chair and imbibed copious amounts of coffee. Questmaster was back from his sojurn to nowhere and all the clues were duly sent off. No glams in attendance this week . The journey started in rural Great Ellingham. And finished with the treasure at Spooner Row Village Hall Fete









 Tasburgh church


Mile stones galore this morning. We reach Half way through 2017 with 26 quests. A total of 485 Shows, 475 Quests and Sophie Little has to run her 100th Quest today yes 21% of all quest have been a solo Sophie. She was out and around the Highways and Byways of rural Norfolk today alongside Driver Debs . David Whiteley had dried out from last weeks soaking at the hands of Sophie et al and was ensconsed in the warm studio. Questmaster was on a mini break so for this week Questmisstress Super Sub Anna Perrott had all the clues in place. Glam Anna Morton assisted on the phones and cofee making duties. the Verv was parked in Mundesley for the start of proceedings and we failed to get to the treasure at Waterloo Park in Norwich







After various days off for other commitments. The whole team is back together for this week only. Sohie Little gives up the big chair, for a seat in the Verv. Alongside her was Pilot Perrott steering a secure and stable path around the lanes. David Whiteley refreshed after his Sunday off commanded the studio. The coffee flowed and so did his presenting. Questmaster who is taking a break next week (Big Band Anna is Questmaster then) Had his devious hat on from last weeks epic fail. Clues were in place and Glam Hanna Armstrong prevailed on the phones. Our commencement place was Acle and we hurtled to the treasure at The Forum in Norwich Where David Whiteley was the foil at Splat the Dad







The week that TQ Live tickets went on sale, so mark your diary for the 11th of November and come and support Pudsey Tickets from The Playhouse Norwich £13 each so book now to avoid failure to attend this glorious hotch potch of humour by the cast of TQ.

This week Sophie is back. from her duties at that there Radio One Big Weekend. Sadly she missed the 300th win can she make it the next on the way to 400. The all rounder Pilot Perrott was her cohort at the wheel this time. David Whiteley fresh fron surfing no doubt warmed the studio chair. Questmaster had done his feindish deed for the week and the clues were in place. Glam Anna Morton assisted on the phones. We partook of the views of Stalham to start and finished at Overstrand Garden centre to collect the treasure.


Ebridge Mill