Meet Shep and Jo
Shep and Jo are your hosts each weekday afternoon from 1500 - 1900 with a mix of interesting guests and features and some great music for your drive home.
Originally from Berkshire, David has an obsession with his new home county that stems way back.
A self-confessed lover of all things on wheels, he owns a vintage Devon bus, as well as what he describes as "various lumps of the county's transport history".
All legitimately acquired, of course.
Since joining the BBC in 2002, David's voice has been bounced off transmitters in most corners of southern England and at most times of the day and night.
David's also appeared in some unlikely places, or at least his voice has.
For example as the invisible compere for Timmy Mallett's UK roadshow, as well as the voice of Richard Hammond's car radio on BBC Television's Top Gear.
His utter dependence on coffee was exposed and decaffeinated in BBC2's The Truth About Food in 2006.
Jo grew up in Torquay so has always had a fascination with the bright coloured lights that sparkle along the English Riviera.
Although Jo's first jobs were theatrical - dressing up as Robbie the Rabbit and appearing and disappearing with a local magician - they didn't quite offer the glamour of BBC Radio Devon.
You may well have seen Jo on stage in South Devon.
She's appreared as a series of summery Shakespearean heroines in Dartington, as well as a flying, but non-singing, Peter Pan in Torquay.
Rumour has it that the scenery has yet to recover from the impact - and it's rare to see her wearing green these days.
"I remember being swung what seemed like hundreds of feet above the stage - never again," said Jo.
"Although I loved the stage fighting I'm not sure I could kill a crocodile - or a pirate for that matter - but Captain Hook certainly met his match."
Cabbyoke Terms and Conditions
1. Entry is open to all UK residents (including Channel Islands and the Isle of Man), except BBC employees or those of its affiliates and their close relatives or any person connected to the competition. Proof of age, identity and eligibility may be requested.
2. The competition will be played up to every weekday during the Shep & Jo Show (1500 to 1900) from 3rd January 2011 (except when editorial requirements lead to a change in schedule or a change in programme content).
3. During the show a short piece of audio featuring a taxi driver singing will be played and listeners will be invited to enter the competition and indentify the song by:
• calling the number: 0845 3011034. Calls cost up to 5p/min from most landlines (an additional connection fee may also apply). Calls from mobiles may cost considerably more.
No other method of entry will be accepted. Only one entry is allowed per listener per episode of the competition (per day). Callers under 16 years of age will need the permission of a parent or guardian to enter.
4. Entry is only open during the times announced on-air. Entries received outside these times will not be registered. The opening and closing times may change so please listen to announcements during the show.
5. When listeners telephone to enter, a member of the production team will ask them their name, location and a contact telephone number. Callers will not be asked for their guess at the song being sung during any off-air call with the production team.
7. The first caller to get through to the production team will be given the opportunity to go on-air and name the song being sung by the taxi driver. If the caller guesses correctly, they will win a prize and no other callers will be placed on-air or win any prize. If the caller guesses incorrectly, the second caller will be given the opportunity to go on-air and guess the song. It is hoped there will be at least three (3) callers per show. If no caller guesses correctly, the prize will roll over to the next time the competition is run using the same taxi driver song.
8. Listeners taking part in the on-air competition must ensure that they are available on the telephone number provided to take the call from the production team. If an entrant is not available after reasonable attempts by the production team, another entrant will be selected.
9. The BBC reserves the right to take any contestant off-air and disqualify them from the competition at any time if they display offensive, abusive or any other kind of unsuitable behaviour.
10. Prizes will be announced on-air during the show. Prizes will consist of items such as books, DVDs or toys.
11. There is no cash alternative and the prize cannot be sold or transferred in any circumstances.
12. Winners are not permitted to re-enter the competition for a period of 6 weeks.
13. Entrants must agree to take part in any post-competition publicity if required.
14. The BBC’s decision as to prizes awarded is final. No correspondence relating to the quiz will be entered into.
15. The BBC reserves the right to: (i) amend these terms and conditions including, but not limited to, the competition opening and closing times; (ii) disqualify any entrant who breaches the rules or has acted fraudulently in any way; (iii) where applicable, withdraw or substitute any prize, at any stage, should any winner or their guest exhibit inappropriate or dangerous behaviour (including, but not limited to being under the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs or chemical substances or causing a nuisance) while attending BBC premises or where the prize includes attendance to an event and; (iv) impose any additional entry restrictions or requirements should the prize being offered require such restrictions or requirements (including but not limited to tickets for events with an age minimum).
16. The BBC reserves the right to substitute the use of a particular audio clip if it becomes clear (in its sole discretion) that the song may not be guessed correctly in a reasonable time. Further, the BBC reserves to right to reset the competition (i.e. after an unsuccessful round, use a new clip on the following round and restart the prize) for editorial reasons. In any event the BBC reserves the right to cancel the competition, at any stage, if in its opinion it is deemed necessary, for editorial reasons or if circumstances arise outside its control.
17. The BBC, its sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem which may result in any entry being lost or not properly registered.
18. This competition accords with the BBC's Code of Conduct for Competitions and Voting, details of which can be found at: BBC Competitions Policy
19. The promoter of the competition is the British Broadcasting Corporation and the applicable law is the laws of England and Wales.
20. Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them when registering.