BBC Local Radio is often piss poor though.
I often think of an Ashens video from a few years ago, where he was reviewing some miniture FM radios and telling us what he could hear and when he got to Radio Norfolk he said something like "bloody hell, it's an old man ranting about the state of the BBC toilets", and I've always felt that sums up the state of BBC local radio.
It's difficult to generalise though. Radio Merseyside is my local BBC station and I would say it's probably one of the better ones. Tony Snell and his team are very easy to listen to at breakfast, there's a popular phone-in hosted by Roger Phillips over lunchtime and the drivetime programme with Paul Salt is good too. It's very much rooted in Liverpool and the surrounding areas in terms of its humour, chat and coverage which is very much what I like. It doesn't sound anything at all like you're describing for Radio Norfolk.
I do feel it isn’t confident in who it is aimed at
Daytimes seems to be aimed at someone who is about 80
Breakfast and Drive seem to flip flop every few years between a proper news based service lead by journalists to a dumbed down more accessible show led by presenters which just end up a wishy washy mess.
This is based on my local radio station and probably what I hear of BBC Radio Manchester as well.