JG was invited to join Paloma Faith backstage at The Plymouth Pavilions for a chat.
Unedited interview: John Govier chats to Ben Howard, who is up for 2 Brit Awards 2013.
Alice comes from over the border in Dorset but she's now based in London.Alice's website
She and her band played at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games in the Olympic Park and one of the tracks from her latest EP is featured on the Olympic Album "Emerging Icons in the Park".
Some have compared her vocal style to the likes of Norah Jones, Eva Cassidy and Joni Mitchell.
You can decide for yourself when she joins us on today's show.
Five mountains for five years
Gareth O'Brien once worked at Buckingham Palace.www.5mountains.co.uk
After surviving testicular cancer for five years, he's about to embark upon; "the biggest challenge of my life".
Gaz, as he's known, plans to trek up five mountains between April and June 2013, on behalf of the male cancer charity Orchid.
He wants to raise awareness and funds for the charity and he'll be joining today's show to tell us how his plans are going.
Mark Brindle lives in Croyde, close to the sea with his fiance and new baby.The Junkshop Quartet
He's been running maniac films for 10 years and is a self-taught filmmaker having had a previous career in telecommunications, IT and Networking.
Last summer, Mark wrote a filmmaking book on a very tight deadline after seeing an advert for an author.
You may also remember him for winning "Best Music Video" at the Institute of Videography awards for Mr Pickle and the Junkshop Quartet (if you missed it, click on the link below to watch it!)
Mark will be in for a coffee, cake and chat on today's show.
Mike Isaac and Winelight
Mike and Debbie Isaac met in a band in Plymouth in 1989.
After taking some time out to get married and bring up their family, they're now back making music together.
Along with Martin Dale on saxophone, Gavin Martin on piano, Alex Smith on drums and Neil Burns on guitar, they perform as the jazz band Winelight and they'll be playing a few songs live on today's show.
Ollie and Ellie Harris are a brother and sister duo from Colyton in East Devon.Check out their Facebook page
Despite playing in different formats for five years, they've only been performing as Six Days since February 2012.
They've had success in local music competitions and they're hoping to release an EP later this year.
Ollie and Ellie will be performing live on today's show.
John will be chatting to singer and actress Paloma Faith on today's show.Paloma Faith official website
He was invited to join her backstage when she performed in Devon last week as part of her "Fall To Grace" tour.
Paloma tells JG about her new album, how she feels like the 'luckiest girl alive' and whether she really is 'opinionated'.
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