All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Georgina Wroe sits in - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
Christmas in Ipswich 130 years ago, and Marine Scientist Dr. Oliver Boissea.
The EACH carol concert and author and illustrator Mick Inkpen is on the sofa.
Wine expert Emily Barclay sits on the sofa and Lesley wants your desert island disc.
Antiques expert James Fletcher joins Lesley for a chat about novelty silver.
We reveal some of the gory goings-ons in Bury St Edmunds with author Robert Leader.
Extreme fisherman Jeremy Wade talks about his new book River Monsters.
Eric Geen, the Ipswich man who wrote for Tommy Cooper and Tony Hancock, sits on the sofa.
On the sofa - Shirley Darroch, AKA Maid Marion, from the New Wolsey's Rock 'n' Roll Panto.
Lyn Paul of New Seekers fame tells James Hazell of her experiences of dementia.
On the sofa Paul and Ann Moreton who run a business making high quality wigs.
160 years of Denny's of Southwold and Aubrey Jones talks about Scott's Forgotten Surgeon.