Filtering the power lines on input and output is generally not a critical issue when it comes to the value of the capacitors unless you plan to produce a large number of boards when cost of components become the issue.
If you are looking for a trouble-free operation it is better to be safe than sorry and to be conservative in the dimensioning. So 10 uF on the output is better than 2.2 since it provides more filtering of low frequency noise. 0.1 uF is better than 470 pF since it provides more filtering of high frequency noise. 10 uF on the input also filter out spikes in the input power, should there be any, so that they do not pass through the regulator. It is good practice to have both a 10 uF and a 0.1 uF capacitor on the output since they have different electrical capabilities to filter low and high frequency noise.
So in essence, the value of filtering capacitors is not that critical most of times. Too little filtering could give you issues with the radio, which is sensitive to noise on the power lines. This is why there always should be a capacitor of at least 4.7 uF close to the radio power input.