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1/5 Kelley Wilder discusses how the 1896 x-ray photograph of a hand changed medicine.
5/5 Martin Gayford describes his encounters with pianist Jimmy Rowles.
3/5 Martin Gayford remembers revealing telephone conversations with cornettist Ruby Braff.
2/5 Martin Gayford recalls his meetings with British-American pianist Marian McPartland.
1/5 Martin Gayford recalls touring with octogenarian trumpeter Doc Cheatham.
5/5 Dahl's biographer Donald Sturrock recalls meeting the storyteller in his writing hut.
4/5 Michael Rosen celebrates the dazzling language and clever observation of Dahl's poetry.
3/5 Performance poet Laura Dockrill remembers growing up with Dahl's heroine Matilda.
2/5 Jeremy Dyson remembers his 10-year-old self's discovery of Dahl's short stories for adults
1/5 Frank Cottrell Boyce on the myth Dahl built around his plane crash during World War II.