Suffolk's is to have it's first Film festival - cameraman Steven Hall has the latest.
BBC Radio Suffolk
The Bishop of Dunwich, Bishop Clive is about to retire and he's Lesley's Sofa guest.
Luke Deal is at the Treehouse Childrens Hospice to hear their brand new choir.
From TV's Saturday Kitchen to Lesley's sofa, Tuddenham Mill's Paul Foster is on the sofa.
Ours Was the Fen Country by Dan Canham comes to the New Wolsey.
Peter Hibberd is going to be sailing from the Orwell bridge to Tower Bridge in London.
What to look for in Suffolk's night skies and on the sofa an Organ builder and restorer.
Lesleys sofa guest is Philip Nutley who has run 1000 races including 600 marathons.
Fromer BBC man Jim Corrigall talks about becoming a Unitarian Minister in Suffolk.
Lesley chats with Adrian Hinchcliffe who is the co-ordinator of Suffolks Badger Group
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
Lesley will be encouraging you to get out and take part in the Suffolk Walking Festival.
Simon Talbot sits in - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
Edward Jackson is on the sofa talking about his 25 years at Flatford Mill Study Centre.
News of the BBC's Listening project and a recipe for the weekend.
Jeff Claydon is an inventive farmer. His seed drill is sold around the world.
Roger Hermiston has just published his latest biography about the spy George Blake
Hilary opens a sewing School, Emma makes infused vinegars and Amanda is a Red Hat lady.