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Mark Patterson

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Wednesday 13th October 2010

 

 

  • A former Derry Councillor tells of dealing with a brain tumour.

  • Sheila Ferguson of Three Degrees fame will be in studio.

  • And why does the BSR factory still hold a special appeal? Anything to do with the records they played?

 

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FIONA AND JOHN TROTTER

Watch a live session with the fantastic Fiona and John Trotter on the Mark Patterson Show. More features...»

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SURFING
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GARDENING
Gardening expert Gareth Austin answers your gardening queries every Wednesday.
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Track the progress of Mark Patterson's most loved plants.
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GUESTS
Mark had some special guests in his studio recently - including Celtic Thunder member, Keith Harkin
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