Richard Coles and Suzy Klein are joined by writer and broadcaster, Michael Rosen, former SOE operative Noreen Riols and senior surgeon David Nott who talks about working in war and disaster zones. They hear the Inheritance Tracks of cook, writer and broadcaster Simon Hopkinson, the soothing sounds of a chess clock and share the memories of Edith Lee-Payne who was 12 and present when Martin Luther King made his famous speech.
Producer: Chris Wilson.
STUDIO GUEST :: MICHAEL ROSEN
INHERITANCE TRACKS :: SIMON HOPKINSON
Food writer and chef, Simon Hopkinson, chooses 'Catch a Falling Star' by Perry Como and '21st Century Schizoid Man' by King Crimson.
Simon's new book 'Simon Hopkinson Cooks' is out on the 19th Sept.
I WAS THERE :: I HAVE A DREAM
To mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s famous speech, Edith Lee-Payne recalls spending her 12th birthday at the front of the crowd.
Photo: Edith at the March on Washington. Courtesy of the National Archives.
SOE :: NOREEN RIOLS
VOLUNTEER DOCTOR :: DAVID NOTT
SOUND SCULPTURE :: CHESS CLOCK
STUDIO PHOTO :: MICHAEL ROSEN, RICHARD, NOREEN RIOLS, SUZY, DAVID NOTT
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Rosen|