Nigel Oakley owns Suffolk Punch horses. This weekend sees the Suffolk Punch Spectacular.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Amanda Bowden has set up a sewing school in Felixstowe which is proving very popular.
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
Join Lesley for all things Suffolk and beyond for your bank holiday entertainment.
Tracey Pettit,the Hollesley stud groom,knows more than most about Suffolk Punch Horses.
Scott Ellis and Owen Morgan sit on the sofa to talk about Taming the Shrew
Dylan Pym started out life as a shepherd but these days makes lovely wooden furniture.
Lesleys guest Peter Malone is a teacher about to head off to Qatar.
The Mayor of Ipswich sits on Lesley's sofa. Cllr Hamil Clarke came from Barbados in 1960.
The boss of a Suffolk company demolishing property around the world is on the sofa.
Ipswich Town legend Alan Hunter is Lesley's guest. He played for ITFC from 1971 to 1982.
Mark Cocker has spent the last 5 years researching his latest book Birds and People.
Janet Cotterall is on the sofa talking about dog grooming and rehoming Westies.
Edward Wilson served in the Special Services in Vietnam, he now writes Spy novels.
The New Angle Prize for literature and downhill skier Jasmin Taylor on the sofa.
Two young mums have founded their own caring business.
Memories of Seaplanes at Felixstowe and Lord Phillips of Sudbury on the sofa.
Valerie Harrowven gave up her job in the corporate world to set up a quilting business.