Spooky spectaular at Derby Gaol.
BBC Radio Derby
Ian meets Liz Hallam from Belper who's renovated 11 houses in the last 20 years.
Examining what affect a 3p rise in fuel duty would have on local businesses.
A fun-filled show with dedications and news of local events.
Ian talks fuel poverty with government Minister for Energy, Baroness Verma.
Ian talks party and wedding planning with Julie Marriott and Chris Fitchew.
Ian finds out what it's like to be on the raw food diet.
Paying a visit to Leabrooks butchers Owen Taylor & Sons and its award winning sausages.
Ian talks to Foston farmer Alan Critchlow about his ploughing awards.
A mix of lifestyle, showbiz, consumer and food and drink features, with great guests.
Why this summer's wet weather could mean your shopping bills increase.
Advice on cutting the cost of your food bills.
Looking at a change in the law which means people can now get married at night.
Celebrating 50 years since The Beatles released their first top twenty hit, Love Me Do.
Derby's new Buy With Confidence service is launched to combat rogue traders.
Paul Hunt from Derby talks about his Netwalking events for local businesses.
Alex Davis talks about his new creative writing courses at QUAD in Derby.
Investigating why complaints against doctors have increased over the last three years.