This week - something for everyone. From Donny Osmond's eyebrows to the cheese that was meant to be the saviour of the British Dairy Industry. Donny's now a grandfather but whatever happened to Lymeswold? Captain Crieff gets his medals out for some minor European royalty, an old rocker talks movingly of why he's going on the road for what really will be the very last time and an ancient mariner explains why a sextant holds precious memories.
And resilience and tranquillity - the two qualities Burmese politician and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi believes helped her during years of house arrest. Useful one would imagine - if she were marooned on a desert island.
Sheila McClennon's choices:
Sunday Feature - A Brief History of Being Cold - Radio 3
The Essay - Anglo Saxon Portraits - Caedmon - Radio 3
Words and Music - Tucked Up By Mum and Dad - Radio 3
Desert Island Discs - Aung San Suu Kyi - Radio 4
With Great Pleasure - Mel Giedroyc - Radio 4
Book of the Week - The Pike - Gabriele D'Annunzio - Radio 4
Front Row - Wilko Johnson - Radio 4
Cabin Pressure - Radio 4
The Men Who Painted Paradise - Radio 4
In Living Memory - Radio 4
In and Out of the Kitchen - Radio 4
Saturday Live - Radio 4
The Drunken Sailor - Radio 3
Produced by Cecile Wright
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