Steph Mack is in while Lesley is at the Food and Drink awards. Brian Capron's on the sofa.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Heather's Life in Odes and Poems, Country Matters and Alec of Calvors Lager on the sofa.
Food safaris, hand-thrown porcelain and a Suffolk fruit juice competes for an award.
A cine club is 50, there's a Good Read and the brewer up for an award.
A new reserve sees wildlife flourishing and the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival opens.
Shedworking, Lesley's bees, painting for Help for Heroes and the Dart's at Wyverstone.
The Jerwood DanceHouse is a year old and blue tits are disappearing from our gardens.
Novelist Sara Allerton wins an award and Suffolk drummer Gary Woods sits on the sofa.
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
Georgina Wroe sits in - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
News of the Heritage Open Days and the conducter Ian McMillan directs two music events.
Dolphin's Dart lands in Norfolk at Potter Heigham. An internet cafe opens in Mendlesham.
Climbing Kilimanjaro, a new training apiary, and slimmer Jo Butcher on the sofa.
Dolphin's Dart lands in Covehithe and Lesley looks at the oddities of Norfolk dialect.
Georgina Wroe sits in - from toys to trees to the history of the village of Felsham.