With millions of people isolating at home, more of us are turning to social media to provide some light entertainment.

From schools to sports clubs, we've all been trying to share some fun online and spread a smile in difficult times.

The combination of a bit of imagination and a lot of free time has seen our region produce a barrage of home videos - both brilliant and bizarre.

Perhaps, Shun the dancing sushi chef from Norwich falls into both categories.

He's been strutting his stuff and cleaning to club classics to remind people that his closed restaurant also does takeaways.

The toilet roll challenge, which has been adding colour to social media timelines for weeks, has shown us what happens when sports stars get bored - but what about sports commentators?

With know sport to cover, Nick Heath, from Buckinghamshire, has started commentating on everyday life.

His videos have been viewed by millions across the world.

And, of course, many people have decided to compose their own coronavirus warnings - communicating those key messages through song.

Darryl Peek, from Suffolk, performed his musical warning online under the guise of 'Blundeston Bill'.

His wife works for the NHS - so he wrote a song to spread a lifesaving message and to spread a smile.