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KL.FM Breakfast with Si is on-air weekdays from 6 till 9.  Follow him "off-air" here on his blog.

Behind the Scenes

24th August 2016

Ever wondered how much concertation goes in to crafting the perfect news bulletin or what happens on the other side of the radio whilst it's on?

Yesterday I cruelly stuffed a camera at short notice in front of Ashleigh Tuttle whilst she read the news on the hour, and like the true pro that she is, she nailed it.




Posted by Simon Rowe at 9:14am


West Norfolk Carers

23rd August 2016


Yesterday whilst collecting Selfies in the centre of Lynn I bumped in to the guys from West Norfolk Carers, now when I say bumped I do mean bumped as that board I carry around is massive and I’m so clumsy.


They were outside Wimpey raising awareness about the brilliant stuff they do in the community, West Norfolk Carers support carers all over Norfolk with advocacy, information, activities, therapies and more.  If you or someone you know is caring for a friend or relative that is unable to look after themselves they understand that the carer has needs too. 

You can find WNC at 20 Thorsby College, Queen Street in King’s Lynn or via 01553 761616.

Alternatively this week you can learn more today at the Spinney in Hunstanton, at the Swaffham Memorial Area tomorrow or in the Town Square, Downham Market on Friday.

Posted by Simon Rowe at 11:52am


Kite Fesitval - Hunstanton

22nd August 2016


Hunstanton Kite

The weather was gorgeous, the atmosphere amazing and the fun nonstop in Hunstanton at the weekend.  Sunday was the 20th Kite Festival & Classic Car Rally and thousands were there join in the fun.

I was hosting in the ring for a couple of hours whilst flying a kite which was interesting to say the least, who says men can't multi-task. 


The day was also a big day for Norfolk Hospice Tapping House who I'm sure will be thousands of pounds better off thanks to the organisers of this event.  Other charities with stalls there on the day included Little Discoverers, Hunstanton Lions, Norfolk Knitters & Stichers and many more.





Posted by Simon Rowe at 11:20am


Back To The Eighties

19th August 2016

Back to the 80's

There's only THREE weeks till KLFM's Back To The Eighties at the Alive Corn Exchange and I'm really starting to get excited, not only for the music, but the chance to have some fun and get dressed up.

Back to 80's

On Friday 9th September KL.FM will be partying and your invited, tickets are only £11 and available via


 This morning with a little help from 80's Legend Pat Sharp I gave away loads of tickets and will do the same next Friday too.

.Pat who lived and breathed the 80's and still makes a living out of the decade played KL.FM's One Thousand Minute but how did he do, how much about the 80's does he really know or remember?

Listen and see if you can do any better below.



Posted by Simon Rowe at 9:21am


A Levels 2016

18th August 2016

 Emily, Toby and Mr Petit

Emily, Toby and Mr Petit

Today is A-Level results day and thousands of students across West Norfolk, Wisbech and Fakenham discover how their hard study over the past two years has paid off.  Thanks go to Springwood High School in King’s Lynn who arranged for two very brave students open theirs live on the radio, you can watch that moment below.

Congratulations to Emily Hutton & Toby Hoare and the best of luck for the future. 


I hope if you or anyone you know got their results today were happy with them and that you are happy that you know what to do next.  KL.FM have a created a guide which you can access here to help if you have any questions.

Posted by Simon Rowe at 9:44am



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Back To The Eighties

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A Levels 2016

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