To some they are just a plain old banger. To others they are a delicacy to be savoured and celebrated.
Stephen Plume, who lives near Diss in Norfolk, is definitely in the latter category and has been described as the 'Sausage King' after starting a website to find the best sausage.
12 years on, Stephen is now going to write a book on the banger and he needs your help.
If you think you know where you can buy the best sausage, then let Stephen know by visit his website here.
Daisy Durrant is still on cloud nine. And why not, after one of the most exciting days of her life.
A day when she celebrated her 100th birthday, her wedding anniversary, and the birth of a future King.
Daisy says she owes her long life to her toyboy husband - who is more than 30 years her junior.
For Daisy Dunnett it was the perfect day - her wedding anniversary, her 100th birthday, a telegram from the Queen and the birth of the Royal Prince.
Daisy's lived a long and active life and says she has only reached this milestone because of the love of a man more than 30 years younger. She married her husband David when she was 82 and he was 49.
Her three children from her first marriage are all older than him. "He's been a marvellous husband to me," said Daisy. "Without him I would have just withered away and died."
The couple from Diss in Norfolk met after the death of her first husband. David offered to cut her grass and love blossomed. "It works both ways," said David. "She's given me a purpose in life and we've had a lot of great adventures together."
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Norfolk Police are continuing to investigate after the body of a man was found in the remains of a burnt out caravan in Diss this weekend.
At approximately 8:20pm on Saturday night, a member of the public alerted police to a caravan on fire near the railway track on Sawmill Road.
After the fire had been contained by Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, they discovered a man's body.
The death is being treated as unexplained and police say their enquiries are ongoing. The area has been sealed off as forensic teams try to establish the cause of the fire.
Anyone with information in relation to the incident should contact Norfolk Police on 101.
The body of a man has been found in a burnt out caravan in Norfolk.
The remains were discovered after a concerned member of the public called emergency services after seeing the caravan alight near the railway track on Sawmill Road in Diss at around 8.20pm last night.
After the blaze had been contained firefighters discovered the body of a man.
A Norfolk Police spokesman said: "The death is being treated as unexplained. The seal remains in place today. Forensic investigators will try to establish the cause of the fire in conjunction with the fire service."
Formal identification of the man is still to take place but next of kin have been informed.
Anyone with information in relation to the incident should contact police on 101.
Stan and Daphne Green from Norfolk are celebrating an amazing 76 years as a married couple.
Emma Baker went along to meet them and find out the secret to such a long marriage.
When they got married the Queen's father had only just come to the throne and Neville Chamberlain was Prime Minister.
Stanley and Daphne Green from Roydon near Diss in Norfolk have been celebrating their 76th wedding anniversary.
When they got wed in 1937 the 999 emergency phone number was yet to be invented, the first issue of the Dandy had yet to hit the streets and the 12-sided 'thruppenny bit' was the new coin in your pocket.
Stanley and Daphne Green from Roydon near Diss in Norfolk have been celebrating their 76th wedding anniversary. She was 17 and he 19 when they got wed in 1937.
They have now received their ninth anniversary card from the Queen.
The couple have been sharing the secrets of a long and happy marriage with ITV Anglia's Emma Baker.
A collection of home movies showing what life was like in Diss in Norfolk 60-years-ago has been given a new digital life thanks to modern internet technology.
They were shot by the town's baker, Stanley Youngs, who was also an amateur filmmaker with a passion for capturing rural Norfolk life.
The full films can be seen here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVyU8VsQBzc