Judi chats to the comedian Bill Bailey. And Guess the Guest is set to be the longest ever!
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Hear Judi's 2004 interview with Wexford actor George Baker, plus the best of last week.
Alexei Sayle unveils a homelessness initiative and Dan Snow wants your films.
Judi chats to Andy Briggs who has brought Tarzan back to life in a new series of books.
Judi shares short stories set on the banks of the Tamar with author Ted Sherrell.
Judi chats to the Soldiers who have released a new album including a song with Robin Gibb.
Judi chats to tenor and West End star Alfie Boe, plus it's week 7 of Guess the Guest.
Judi talks to Jermaine Jackson about his brother Michael.
Judi chats to Americana singer Rita Hosking who plays live in the studio.
Judi chats to veteran DJ, actor and TV presenter Pete Murray.
Judi chats to television presenter, actor and comedian Rob Brydon.
Judi discovers some of the worst years in the world's history with historian Derek Wilson.
Judi meets Gareth Neame, executive producer of Downton Abbey, and one of a film family.
Judi meets Joan Armatrading, who's offering the chance for a local singer to support her.
Historian Dr Todd Gray shares his findings about Devon's best 50 churches with Judi.
Jazzman Kenny Ball joins Judi as he celebrates 50 years in the music business.
Judi meets Tom Chambers and Summer Strallen who are starring in Fred and Ginger's Top Hat.
Judi meets north Devon-based author Tina Orr Munro, plus week five of Guess the Guest.
Joining Judi live at the piano, it's son of Richard, Joe Stilgoe.
Count the Noel Coward connections with the best of Judi's guests from the past week.
Judi has live music from Devon-based folk double act the Carrivick Sisters.
Judi chats to cricket commentator Henry Blofeld, and royal biographer Robert Hardman.
Judi chats to Kenneth Williams and Noel Coward impersonator David Benson.
Judi chats to BAFTA-winning actress Sian Phillips, who's at the Drum Theatre this week.
Join Judi for some great music, special guests, buttock clenching and "The Talky Bit".
A Little Bit More Judi: Great guests and music with the first lady of BBC Radio Devon.