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Heart's Club Classics with Toby Anstis 7pm - 11pm
7 June 2012, 06:18 | Updated: 7 June 2012, 15:38
Tens of thousands of people are expected at this year's Suffolk Show which runs today and tomorrow at Trinity Park in Ipswich.
There will be lots of family activities, animals, displays in the grand ring and a big Olympic sports village at the show which is now in its 180th year.
After their performance for the Queen this Jubilee weekend outside Buckingham Palace, The Wattisham Military Wives Choir will be performing at the show at 3pm.
David Nunn is one of the organisers and is telling Heart the show gets bigger and better every year: "I'm going full out to planning a show like we had last year, which I think, if anybody that came to the show will agree with me that that was the best show that we've ever had. This year we have more trade stands, more content, more displays, we have more livestock. I believe this year we can offer a better show than we did last year - and last year's was fantastic."
The full programme of events is at: