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08/08/2009

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1 hour
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Saturday 08 August 2009

Real life stories in which listeners talk about the issues that matter to them. Rev Richard Coles is joined by wildlife film maker Simon King. With poetry from Susan Richardson.

  • STUDIO GUEST: SIMON KING

    STUDIO GUEST: SIMON KING

    Wildlife photographer, presenter, writer and film maker Simon King is this week's guest.

    Simon King
  • MIGRATION: FRANKLYN GEORGES

    MIGRATION: FRANKLYN GEORGES

    In 1960 Franklyn Georges moved from the Caribbean Island of Dominica to London. Over 40 years later he returned home. But how had home changed for the migrant who decided to return?

    You can read Franklyn's story along with others' in 'Home Again' published by Papillote Press.

  • BIG CATS: DI FRANCIS

    BIG CATS: DI FRANCIS

    Di Francis has spent the last thirty years tracking big cats across Devonshire moorland and through Scottish forests.

    Big Cats In Britain
  • I WAS THERE: NIXON RESIGNATION

    I WAS THERE: NIXON RESIGNATION

    John Holden was in Washington when Richard Nixon left the White House on August 9th 1974.

    See John Holden's pictures
  • INHERITANCE TRACKS: MICHAEL CONNELLY

    INHERITANCE TRACKS: MICHAEL CONNELLY

    Author Michael Connelly chose 'Summer Wind' by Frank Sinatra and 'Lullaby' by Frank Morgan.

    Michael Connelly
  • POET: SUSAN RICHARDSON

    POET: SUSAN RICHARDSON

    Susan Richardson is a poet, performer and educator who aims to stimulate minds and stir the urge to create.

    Susan Richardson

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