Joe Lemer welcomes the new week, in a new earlier time slot, with a great mix of music and chat, news and travel.
Changes to the way ex-offenders in WIlts are looked after could put the public at risk. Swindon dog owner tells us how his dog suffered an electric shock. And Concert at the Kings Show more
Sim meets the Voluntary Services Manager for Swindon's GWH. We're at the new neolithic style huts near Stonehenge. And he chats to a retired BA pilot from Wroughton. Show more
Graham talks about weddings, from the proposal to the big day. He looks at the jobs you could volunteer for. And the written words between between serving soldiers and home. Show more
Ian Longdon sits in and chats with Sir Ranulph Fiennes as he's coming to Salisbury. Meet the actors who are performing in Swindon in a hate crime play. And the Devizes Festival. Show more
Police say to keep away from the Malmesbury graffiti zoo as the site is dangerous. Stonehenge visitors tell what they think of the neolithic huts. And learning a second language. Show more
Join Mark Forrest as he brings the best of the day's BBC Local Radio together.
Richard Lewis sits in and winds up the evening with great music and calls.
BBC Wiltshire joins BBC Radio 5 live.