Suffolk is almost as flat as Norfolk, but lacks the waterways. To make up for this, it has many beautiful villages and towns crammed with lovely half-timbered buildings. Just about every lane and by-road is a delight.
We begin our visit to Suffolk with a film about the old town of Lowestoft, which is much more than a run-down fishing port, and then go on to the lonely site of Sutton Hoo with its mysterious ship burial. Then we talk about the heavenly choirs in a tiny village church before turning to the church whose tower was halted by a divorce and a house built by the same monarch after his second divorce.
Our most recent film concerns the town of Bury St Edmunds, which you might think had something to do with the burial of that saint, but I believe the town is also known as St Edmundsbury, which is a better etymology.