Michael Morpurgo, John McCarthy in the Wye Valley, dialect poet Raymond Reed, Lenny Henry's Inheritance Tracks
Sian Williams and Richard Coles with author, playwright and poet Michael Morpurgo, Jane Esuantsiwa Goldsmith who went to Ghana to find her father and ended up being anointed Queen Mother of Akoanso village, Northumbrian dialect poet Raymond Reed, and animal movement coach Peter Elliott. John McCarthy continues his romantic tour of the Wye Valley, best-selling crime writer Peter James takes a stroll through Brighton's dark underbelly and actor and comedian Lenny Henry shares his Inheritance Tracks.
Producer: Dixi Stewart.
STUDIO GUEST :: MICHAEL MORPURGO
DEVELOPMENT QUEEN :: JANE ESUANTSIWA GOLDSMITH
Jane Esuantsiwa Goldsmith went to Ghana to find her father and ended up being anointed Development Queen Mother of his village.
DAY TRIP :: PETER JAMES
DIALECT POET :: RAYMOND REED
APING AROUND :: PETER ELLIOTT
Peter Elliott has been imitating apes for over 30 years on stage and screen. He talks to Richard and Sian about how he became Hollywood’s most sought after primate impersonator.