Broadcaster Paul Heiney has a new book out Farm Fatale plus an award winning food company.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Shirley HInchliffe has spent much of her life breeding dogs, now she finds missing pets.
The launch of St. Elizabeth Hospices Great Bake Off and War Horse puppeteer Jimmy Grimes.
In Made in Suffolk the Hobbit style garden houses and on the sofa artist Michael Coulter
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
From carols to local food - Lesley is live at the Bury St. Edmunds annual Christmas Market
Meg Rosoff talks about her writing and Charlie Haylock has more Suffolk surnames.
Sally Wilkinson - A Military wife from Wattisham is featured in a national book.
Foskett Willows of Suffolk supply 15 percent of the worlds demand for cricket bats.
John explains how he finds water for African villages by dowsing.
Pudsey is out and about and the latest from the Police and Crime Commissioner elections.
Charlie Haylock tries to reach the end of his alphabet of Suffolk Surnames
Life on the smallholding with Mik and Felixstowe's plans to remember the 1953 floods.
Astronomer Tom Bowles tells us what to look out for in the November night skies
Janet is Lesley's guest along with her canine partner Nakita who has changed her life.
Stories of the Friendly Invasion 70 years ago when the American forces came to Suffolk
Lesley will have two recipes for the weekend including a beef and butternut tagine.
The author of War Horse Michael Morpurgo talks about his latest book - A Medal For Leroy.