Mark looks at holidays alone and can you go a month without chocolate.
Details of a charity offering free suits for those who can't afford them for interviews.
Mark finds out money saving tricks and tip for cheaper journeys.
Mark looks at how advice has changed over the years as Mother & Baby magazine turns 50.
Mark finds out about a new Beatrix Potter book and the app to track how fit your dog is.
New research says the older you get the harder you find it to detect sarcasm.
Mark celebrates the 40th anniversary of Concorde by chatting to a former pilot.
Mark speaks to Gyles Brandreth who says that eating in public is rude and vulgar.
Mark looks at the legal situation with cameras and if you can share pictures.
Mark finds out what it's like being the parent of a child with a food allergy.
Mark asks how much should we teach our children about money.
Mark asks if it's right for public bodies to spend public money on work perks for staff.
Mark meets the people behind a new drive to map the country's dialects.
Mark pays tribute to David Bowie and talks to guitarist Kevin Armstrong.
Mark celebrates marmalade with award-winning baker Dan Lepard.
Mark speaks to Strictly Come Dancing's Jo Clifton and asks where you used to go dancing.
Mark celebrates the 500th year of the Royal Mail.
Mark finds out why Dry January might not be good for everyone.
As we kick-off 2016, Mark looks back at 2015's big BBC Local Radio outside broadcasts.
Sim Courtie sits in and looks at the science behind the London New Year fireworks.
Sim Courtie sits in and looks at JOMO - the joy of missing out.
Johnny I'Anson sits in and remembers Motorhead star, Lemmy, who has died.
Johnny talks to Gillian Reynolds about how radio has changed over the last 40 years.
Alex Hall sits in and finds out how Santa delivers all those presents in one night.
Mark looks at the benefits of banning technology over the festive season.
Mark explores the origins of Christmas dinner.
Mark asks for your parcel delivery nightmares.
Mark finds out about a Christmas cracker pulling world record attempt.
Sim Courtie finds out about the new Star Wars film and talks movie merchandise.
Mark has two stories about pilfering pets getting their paws on people's property.