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Star of Holby City and Footballers Wives, Ben Richards is doing his best for workplace feminism by appearing in the Dolly Parton-penned hit musical '9 to 5'.

Novelist James Robertson tackles another thorny topic in his latest book, The Professor of Truth which centers on the Lockerbie bombing of 21 years ago.

Cerys Matthews tries to tempt Janice into a sing song with her sing-a-long book 'Hook, Line and Singer'.

And to complete the musical line-up - musical superstar, Ruthie Henshall talks about the novelty of playing herself in her one-woman show 'An Intimate Evening with Ruthie Henshall'.

1 hour, 53 minutes

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Tue 4 Jun 2013 14:05

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