Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir with Britain's poster girl for transgender acceptance Paris Lees, tsunami orphans Rob and Paul Forkan whose flip-flop company funds a foundation to help other survivors of the 2004 tsunami, teenage champion Jenni Herd who won an apology from The Times after she challenged negative stereotypes of young people in the paper, and garage owner Errol McKellar who's saved 24 lives by offering his customers a discount if they'll take a test for prostate cancer. With less than 100 days to go to the Scottish Independence Referendum JP Devlin delivers a Crowdscape from Scotch Corner, and Fatboy Slim shares his Inheritance Tracks.
Writer, presenter and equality campaigner Paris Lees is ambassador for All About Trans, Editor-at-large of Attitude magazine and a columnist for VICE.
Rob and Paul Forkan are founders of Gandys Flip Flops which funds the Orphans for Orphans mission. International Flip Flop day is Friday June 20th.
Errol McKellar runs the Cremer Garage in East London.
Fatboy Slim's new album Fatboy Slim Presents Bem Brasil is out now.
Producer: Dixi Stewart.
Rob and Paul Forkan
Richard's letter to James Ward
Studio Photo :: Richard, Aasmah, Errol McKellar, Jenni Herd, (JP), Paris Lees
|Interviewed Guest||Paris Lees|
|Interviewed Guest||Rob Forkan|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Forkan|
|Interviewed Guest||Jenni Herd|
|Interviewed Guest||Errol McKellar|
|Interviewed Guest||JP Devlin|
|Interviewed Guest||Fatboy Slim|