Some Suffolk ghost stories for Halloween, lots of foody Friday talk and Suffolk or Squit.
BBC Radio Suffolk
The Southwold Literature Festival, Growing Places and stamp designer Jenny Toombs.
Lady Caroline Cranbrook will be on the sofa to receive her Food Hero award.
Craftsman Malcolm McBride is an engraver and explains his work in Made in Suffolk
Dog-friendly pubs, two wildlife photographers, Adnams make gin and Thornham Magna.
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
Roses for Corrie fans, Nicky Hunt on the sofa and Dolphin's dart at Wissett.
Reaction to the Spending Review, bird news from the BTO, and how money isn't everything.
Pets and fireworks, a local film production company and Beano cartoonist Barry Appleby.
Archive film festival, a Good Read, author and druid Ceri Norman and the Dart at Melton.
Poppy the Pat Dog, a recipe for the weekend and Antoinette Tagoe on the sofa.
Gardening with Andrew Tokely, how to help bumblebees and the farmer making rape seed oil.
Autumnwatch in Suffolk, marathon hopes at the Commonwealth Games, and Gypsy, Dan Allum.
A booklet about Winston, a glass engraver and Andrew Tokely's cancer battle.
From an exhibition of Harry Becker's work to filmmaker Frances Harper on the sofa.
A flight in an F-15 jet, chocolate soup, Maasai Warriors and stories of Huntingfield.
On today Black History Month and John Woods plant nursery. Dolphin's Dart is at Newton.
A marquess comes home, it's a good year for funghi and Dolphin's Dart at Cretingham.
Atching Tan part two, astronomer Mark Thompson and Dolphin's Dart in Shotley.
The Romany drama serial, Atching Tan, starts today and there's a children's Good Read.
Paddy Heazell on the secrets of Orford Ness and Emma Crowhurst on her cookery rooms.