Saturday Kitchen wine expert Susy Atkins suggests ideas for mixing summer drinks.
BBC Radio Devon
Judi chats to jazz singer Anthony Strong, who is appearing in Devon.
Robert Daws from TV's The Royal pops in from this week's Theatre Royal production.
Judi chats to Ruby Turner ahead of her Devon appearance supporting Jools Holland.
Another chance to hear from Lynda La Plante and Simon Day, plus great live music.
Judi has live music from Chuck Brodsky, and Brian Highley on what's hot at Glastonbury.
Lynda La Plante and Simon Day chat to Judi about their new books.
Author Simon Butler talks about the role played by horses during World War I.
Independence Day actor Bill Pullman chats to Judi about his new Torchwood role.
One of the world's foremost jazz singers Stacey Kent.
A Little Bit More Judi: Great guests and music with the first lady of BBC Radio Devon.
Canadian singer/songwriter Ron Sexsmith on his new album Long Player, Late Bloomer.
Circus clowns, Pepito and Patchy from Paulo's Americano Circus and actor Trevor T Smith.
Join Judi for some great music, special guests, buttock clenching and "The Talky Bit".
Mike d'Abo, former lead singer with Manfred Mann and composer of the theme to The Office.
Judi chats to adventurer Ed Stafford, who travelled the length of the Amazon on foot!
Judi chats to David Walliams and Felix Riley about their new books.
Judi's joined by Noel Harrison who sings live in the studio with his son Will.
Judi chats to Little Britain star David Walliams about his new children's book.
Judi has live indie folk rock from South African musician Gregory Alan Isakov.
Judi chats to EastEnders' Little Mo, who's now touring the country in Calendar Girls.
Judi chats to finance man-turned-novelist Felix Riley, whose new book is The Set Up.
Judi chats to Bill Bryson, Nicholas Parsons and Holby actor Paul Bradley.
Holby and ex-EastEnders actor Paul Bradley reveals his unusual musical talent!
Nicholas Parsons shares his memories of being the straight man on the Arthur Haynes Show.
Bill Bryson reveals the secrets he found At Home, and there's jazz from Pete Allen.