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Ex-Beautiful South man Dave Rotheray talks about his album, plus news of Lifeworks.
BBC Radio Devon
Jazz with Soweto Kinch, and a bank holiday round of Guess the Guest.
Actor Michael Praed talks The Sound of Music, and it's week 2 of Guess the Guest.
Judi talks puppets and seeks advice from Sophie King on how to write your life story.
Singer Justin Hayward and TV host Chris Jarvis preview their forthcoming Devon appearances
Sarah Jane Morris talks about her music, and Judi hears about the charity Wolf and Water.
Frederick Forsyth unveils his new book The Cobra, and there's music from Thea Gilmore.
Join Judi for a new round of Guess the Guest. Phone 0845 301 1034 from 10:30 every Friday.
Dr Alice Roberts tells Judi about her new BBC1 show, Digging for Britain.
Linda Nolan wants you to Wear it Pink, and Martyn Lucas talks about One Night in Vegas.
Keith Jack is in Joseph in Plymouth, and the Bay City Rollers have a best-of CD out.
Cannon and Ball chat to Judi ahead of their show at the Princess Theatre in Torquay.
A brand new round of Guess the Guest begins. Call 0845 301 1034 from 10.30am on Fridays.
Tania Crosse tells Judi about her latest Dartmoor-inspired book. Plus Ruby Lux play live.
Rodney Bewes previews his Devon performance of Three Men in a Boat.
Ragtime meats blues as Pokey LaFarge plays live in the studio. Plus birds with John Gale.
Chas Hodges unearths his rock 'n' roll allotment and the story of Casper the cat.
It's week two of Guess the Guest. Lines open at 10.30am on Fridays. Call 0845 301 1034.
Canadian singer Tara Mathew returns to the Judi Spiers Show to perform her new single.
Judi talks to Peter Robinson about his crime-solving creation, DCI Alan Banks.
Levi Roots shares new recipes with Judi, and there's live country music from Rita Hosking.
Joe chats to Judi ahead of his local shows, and Mark unveils the vital work of the RNLI.