Hillbilly group The Wilders perform live on the Judi Spiers Show.
BBC Radio Devon
Richard Digance is joined by the Showstoppers, who improvise a musical on the spot.
Richard Digance sits in for Judi, sharing a joke with comedian Jeremy Hardy.
Richard Digance sits in for Judi Spiers. His guest is singing star Linda Lewis.
Potted Panto stars Dan and Jeff chat to Richard Digance, who is filling in for Judi.
Richard chats to comic Stephen K Amos, and leafs through old photos of Dartmoor.
Devon-based Lionel Digby tells Judi about hiring costumes to films like The King's Speech.
Judi has live music from Canadian folk duo Madison Violet, who are touring the UK.
Judi chats to Ray Jackson about the early days of Lindisfarne.
Judi chats to Felicity Goodall about conscientious objectors in Devon.
Britain's Got Talent star Julian Smith previews his sax show in North Devon.
Judi has live music from Devon singer-songwriter Mark Travis, plus a new Guess the Guest.
Judi talks quirky homes with Robin Whitcomb, who has also performed on a hit record.
Judi chats to The King's Speech director Tom Hooper, and self-help guru Paul McKenna.
Richard Green sits in for Judi, with live music from Imelda May.
Richard Green talks resolutions with Tamzin Outhwaite.
Judi meets the chef from a local cookery school and chats with Hustle's Kelly Adams.
Judi pays tribute to Irene Sankey, a Queen's nurse who died at Christmas, aged 100.
Local antiques man Chris Strong tells Judi about his children's book Purrumbus.
Judi meets the actress Patricia Maynard, who now lives in Devon. Plus Guess the Guest!
Richard Green sits in for Judi, talking stargazing and wildlife.