BBC Radio Stoke is one of the most successful BBC local radio stations in the country, broadcasting to north and mid-Staffordshire as well as South Cheshire.
As well as the daily news & conversation programmes, there are specialist shows too: covering music from Bollywood to jazz.
Live football commentary is also very popular with listeners.
On this page, check out our presenters - and our programmes.
Stoke's own lil' devil Den is on air between 5am and 7am. You may also hear him pop up doing reports on Pete Morgan's Breakfast programme.
Pete Morgan presents all the news from around Staffordshire and Cheshire and beyond on BBC Stoke's Breakfast show between 7am and 10am.
Tune in to Stuart in the morning between 10am and 1pm where the mood is serious to silly, intimate to extrovert.
Local lass Paula White presents the Afternoon Show between 1-4pm.
Tim Wedgwood presents Drivetime, the pick of the day's news along with some great music 4-7pm (Mon-Thurs).
Lamont Howie presents Breakfast (7-10am) on Saturday and Sunday - bringing you the best of the week on BBC Radio Stoke on Saturdays, and a look at issues of the day on Sundays.
John is the voice of Sport on Saturday (2-6pm), Praise and Grumble Friday (6-7pm) and you'll also hear him occasionally on Tuesday night sport (7-10pm)
You can hear Nick every Sunday morning (9.30am-1pm) for his show with great music, dedications and chat.
You can hear Jason every Saturday lunchtime (12-2pm) for two hours of fun and the best music past and present
Rob hosts BBC Stoke's Introducing show SUBCulture on Fridays; and you'll also hear him on the Tuesday Midweek Sport programme.
Terry hosts the Gardening Phone-in, and also the local history programme 'Good Times' on Sunday (12-3pm).
Ajmal hosts the Desi programme every Monday night, between 7-9pm .
John brings you the best in classic and contemporary jazz every Wednesday between 7 and 9pm.
Rob Underwood presents the Late Show weekdays between 9pm and midnight.
Mike Wyer presents music and entertainment for Sunday afternoon 3-7pm.
Genevieve Tudor presents the finest selection of folk music from around the Midlands and beyond 7-9pm Sundays.
Keith Middleton presents the weekend late show 9pm to 12am every Saturday and Sunday.
On Saturdays 6-9pm, Jim presents a personal selection of music that will make you turn the radio up.
Mary Fox is BBC Radio Stoke's Programmes Co-Ordinator.