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BBC Radio Suffolk
West End star Mark Connell is choreographing The Witches Of Eastwich by Ipswich Operatic.
The latest on the birds visiting our gardens and how they are being affected by the cold.
Barry restores old buildings using traditional methods and a chance for singing lessons.
Bricks, vesta matches and Powerboat racing all feature on today's show.
Nigel George sits on the sofa - he ran a Death Cafe at St. Nicholas Hospice recently.
Penny Teale has been at Orford Stores for only 2 years and has just won a national award.
Jill and Anton Bowring from Rannulf Fiennes Coldest Journey Expedition, Anton's co-leader.
There's a book recounting the horrors of the workhouse including stories from Suffolk.
The winner of the Great Suffolk Bake Off and the shortlist for the New Angle Prize.
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
The National Trust are looking for Gruesome Graves Tour Guides at Sutton Hoo.
Suffolk Historian Mary Hollingsworth 's latest book is titled Conclave.
Dr. Andy Mason talks about his work with SARS - Suffolk Accident Rescue Service.
Ronald Blythe - the author of Akenfield looks back at his life.
Foot reader Jane Sheehan sits on Lesley's sofa and checks out her feet.