Judi meets the actress Hannah Waterman, who is visiting Devon this Bank Holiday weekend.
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Judi meets Russell Watson, whose new album Anthems celebrates the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Judi meets the actor Robert Powell and the Italian chef Antonio Carluccio.
Judi has Elton John tickets to give away, plus the new production of Abigail's Party.
Highlights of last week's interviews, including coverage of Dementia Awareness Week.
Judi meets the newest classical-crossover group Amore, which includes a member from Devon.
Judi meets Jack Shepherd, formerly TV's Wycliffe, who is directing The Tempest in Exeter.
Victoria Hislop tells Judi of her Greece-based novel The Thread.
Judi meets Hannah Dennison, former Devon reporter turned LA-based crime writer.
Judi talks to Andrew Marr about his series and book The Diamond Queen.
Richard Green sits in with Spandau Ballet singer Gary Kemp.
Judi meets Devon artist Naomi Hart, whose latest exhibition is inspired by Australia.
Judi meets Marcus Brigstocke, who's starring in Spamalot at the Hall for Cornwall.
Judi meets James Bowen, who busks with his cat, and talks India with Felicity Kendal.
Judi has live music from State of Undress, a rocky rootsy fiddlesome band from Dorset.
Judi brings you highlights from last week, plus animal rescue tales.
Judi recalls TV memories with Blockbusters theme tune composer Ed Welch.
Judi chats to Sheffield singer and former Pulp member Richard Hawley.
Patricia Foong-Hitchcock tells Judi about her battle with colon cancer.
Judi meets the actress Sheila Reid, who's been starring as Madge in Benidorm.
A Bit More Judi: Judi brings you her best bits of the last week.
Judi chats to the Scottish duo, the Proclaimers, who are releasing a new album.
Judi meets TV's Restaurant Inspector Fernando Peire, plus live music from the Toy Hearts.
Judi meets Anita Dobson, who is starring in Bette and Joan at the Hall for Cornwall.
Judi meets Naomi Thomas and Sam Williams, organisers of weddings for the terminally ill.