Richard sits in for Judi, with guests Katrina (of the Waves) and comedian Arthur Smith.
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Andy Hamilton previews his Devon gigs, and John Suchet discusses dementia in the family.
Martin Dorey, author of the Camper Van Cookbook has recipe ideas for Judi.
I'd Do Anything star Jodie Prenger chats to Judi about the music of Glenn Miller.
Judi learns to sing with Big Noise Chorus, and Aussie folk star Rory Ellis performs live.
Judi finds out if German comic ambassador Henning Wehn can make her laugh.
Ronnie Kray's wife Kate has written extensively about the gang scene; she reveals all.
Teaching Dad to Cook Flapjack: a new book by Judi's guest, Devon based Miranda Gardiner.
Dream whispering with Davina MacKail, and live folk music from Denmark's Harald Haugaard.
Judi talks crime writing with Ann Cleeves, and finds out about deaf/blind charity Sense.
It's week 2 of Guess the Guest, plus former Dr Who assistant Anneke Wills.
The Irish singer, who shot to fame at Eurovision, chats to Judi ahead of her local tour.
Richard chats to singers Marcella Detroit and Sarah MacDougall.
The former Wet Wet Wet front-man chats to Judi about his new single.
The young actor Nicholas Hoult tells Judi about the work he's done for Christian Aid.
There's a brand new mystery guest to identify, and music from girl group Po'Girl.
Judi chats to musician Sarah Jory, and local ChildLine volunteer Ali Mabon.
Judi talks to antiques expert Judith Miller, and touring band Naturally 7.
Singer Noel Harrison, who now lives in Devon, joins Judi with his actor daughter Cathryn.
Judi talks to actor Peter Bowles, who's released his autobiography.