Southwest singer songwriter Tom Cary has been rubbing shoulders with big names in the music industry.Tom's website
"Elaine Page personally ask me to write her a song," he said.
"I have been invited out to lunch with Sir Terry Wogan and I went out to lunch with Tess Daly, Fearne Cotton, and Alesha Dixon."
Well today he'll be munching on muffins with JG!
And performing some of his music live in the studio too.
Rich Austin – vocals, double bass, cajon and guitarMozura's website
Mo Oram – vocals, guitar and double bass
Law Turley – vocals, guitar, cajon and resonator banjo
The trio hail from Exeter and South Devon. Mozura (Moss-SU-ra) is the name of a Japanese moth (or mythical monster) but, shortly after their first public appearance in 2010, it was generally decided that the correct pronunciation of the band’s name was too problematic.
"We now pronounce it ‘MOH-zu-raa’, and will continue to apologise to all Japanese speakers for the phonetic inaccuracy," they say.
They'll be chatting and performing live on today's show.
Lew Smart is an actor, writer and director from Sennen Cove in Cornwall.Lew's website
After graduating with a BA Honours degree in Film Studies at University College Falmouth, Lew studied acting in London at the Brian Timoney Actors Studio as well as the Santa Monica Playhouse in Los Angeles.
Realising the audition circuit was just as tough as he thought it would be, he wrote a comedy series called Living the Part that he is now promoting.
After financing the pilot episode himself, he released it on YouTube where it got 10,000 hits in one week!
Lew will be telling us all about it when he joins us after 10am today.
Each week, soon after midday, BBC Radio Devon's resident film critic, Paul Moxham, joins the Saturday team to share his views on some of the region's new releases - in Moxham's Movies.Follow Paul on Twitter
Dividing their time between Plymouth and Bristol, The Scribes won the Exposure Music Award's "Best UK Urban Act" 2011/2012.Facebook: The Scribes
They have toured with hip-hop legends and performed with the likes of De La Soul, GZA from Wu Tang Clan, Example, Akil from Jurassic 5, Souls Of Mischief, Macklemore, Ugly Duckling and many more!
The Scribes were named as one of Venue Magazine's "Top 30 live shows" at Glastonbury Festival.
Find out more when they join the cake-eating on this morning's show.
We'll be discovering more about a new fitness craze which mixes pop music and exercise in a 'groovy' sort of way.
We'll break out the glitter ball and disco lights when we meet Rosalie Glendinning, a local cheezifit instructor - and some of her class.
No doubt we'll get some video evidence of the day too!