All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Following the search for King Richard's bones could archeologists find St. Edmunds body?
Angie Mason has made films for TV and has now made a film about the 53 floods in Suffolk.
Martin Goymour talks about his plans for the future of Africa Alive and Banham Zoo.
The chief executive of Suffolk County Council, Deborah Cadman, sits on the sofa.
A sculpture representing a wheatfield is unveiled on a Bury St. Edmunds roundabout.
Archeologist John Ashdown-Hill explains how he started the search for bones of Richard 3.
A local farmer wants us to go back to eating mutton and Jan talks about Mia, her pat cat.
Angela Pawsey has written a book titled `Find that Rose' - how about for Valentines day?
Are you a Lord of the Rings fan if so go along to West Stow to see their new Hobbit House.
How a worldwide social network campaign helped find some photos missing in Amsterdam.
The recipe for the weekend is 8 Treasures Rice for you to cook up for Chinese New Year.
Andrew Cappell is the shepherd for the National Trust and loves his work.
Terence Blacker is talking about his latest book The Twyning which is about Efren the rat!
Suffolk poet Dean Parkin is the guest. He got into poetry afer working in a bookshop.
LesleysReaders discuss The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake and her guest talks Mosaics
Author Sophie Jackson joins Lesley to talk about her latest book based on a true story.