Suzy Klein and Aasmah Mir with singer song-writer Lulu. Also Iain Stewart, a charity worker from Scotland who is recording an album with Rwandan musician Jean-Paul Samputu on the theme of forgiveness and reconciliation. Plus, foster couple Mick and Angela, who despite being in their 70s, now only take in babies. Ronan Keating shares his Inheritance Tracks.
Singer-songwriter and 60s icon Lulu talks about 50 years in the music business, a career in acting and her new life as a gran. Lulu has an anti-ageing cosmetic brand Time Bomb.
Mick and Angela appear in Episode One of the recent ITV series, 'Wanted: A Family of My Own'.
John McCarthy takes a trip to the Isle of Wight with Level 42 singer Mark King, to discover the forgotten golf course that could have been the South Coast's St Andrews.
Scottish charity worker Iain Stewart from the Edinburgh Interfaith Association and Rwandan musician Jean-Paul Samputu talk about the album they're recording together in memory of Rwanda's genocide. Jean-Paul explains how he lost his family in the conflict, and came to forgive the man responsible for killing his family.
Actor Neil Pearson invites JP Devlin to share his Secret Life, a love of antiquarian books. Neil is taking part in the London International Antiquarian Book Fair at Olympia from 22-24th May.
Ronan Keating's voice will be heard in the new film 'Postman Pat' out on May 23rd. His Inheritance Track choices are My Way by Frank Sinatra and Father and Son by Cat Stevens, Yusuf Islam.
Producer: Lizz Pearson.
Studio Photo: Suzy, Aasmah, Mick, Lulu and Angela
|Interviewed Guest||Iain Stewart|
|Interviewed Guest||Jean-Paul Samputu Samputu|
|Interviewed Guest||Ronan Keating|
|Interviewed Guest||Mark King|
|Interviewed Guest||Neil Pearson|