Queen's Brian May is fascinated by 3D photos, and antiques expert Curtis Dowling.
BBC Radio Suffolk
The Little Book of Suffolk, Made in Suffolk and Michael Critien of Berdita Lingerie.
Andrew Rowdon, former Spurs youth team player turned travel agent, sits on the sofa.
Clare Phillips sits in with local farming, food and environmental features.
Steph Mack sits in - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
Emergency budget analysis from Independent Financial Advisor Nick Plumb.
With local farming, food and environmental features.
Brian May's art exhibition, hidden gardens in Bury and the Dart is at Winston.
Jeff Letter talks about climbing Kilimanjaro and Martin wants you to do a bungee jump.
Country matters with Chris Packham of Springwatch and Dolphin's Dart is at Yoxford.
A Suffolk man in Brazil, Diana was the MD of Arista records, and Dolphin's dart in Bures.
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
Thetford is Dad's Army mad, the lost village of Brundon, and your stories of Horham.
Arsenal footballer Perry Groves is on the sofa, and the show is buzzing with bee news.
It's all about suffolk including a Good Read and Robin climbs Ben Nevis on crutches.
Sofa Guest: Paul Hammond, co-designer of a bee friendly garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Lesley is live from the second day of the Suffolk Show at Trinity Park near Ipswich.
All the fun and excitement at the Suffolk Show live from the Buggy.