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Guerilla Reporter Brad MossBrad Moss is a practitioner of that most graceful athletic discipline - parkour, or street-running.

The British Parkour Coaching Association
Lindy hop shoesPatricia Rogan loves latin dancing, west coast swing, jive, lindy hop and ballroom.
Saturday Live Guerilla Reporter Jo CheekJo Cheek traded life in a picturesque market town for urban living in Walthamstow, east London and hasn't looked back.
Liz Murphy on why everyone should get a pen pal and start writing letters.
Ian Emmerson and Phil Doleman of The Re-entrants like to get together to play the ukelele.
headstonesMeryl O' Rourke's parents were 'evicted' from their cemetary grave. So she came up with a way to continue to remember them
Paul Tomlinson shares the joy of the rolls, loops, stall turns and tailslides of aerobatics
FungiMycologist Andy Taylor talks about his favourite fungi.
Disco Pete72 year old Pete Turner can still cut a rug at his local club - where he's known as Disco Pete.
Miss DaisyListener Pam Hunt prefers vintage cars to modern motors. Pictured left is her cherised 'Miss Daisy'
Martin Gould lights up and tells us about the joys of pipe smoking.
Lola and her imaginary friend Soren LorensonClarke is almost 4 and he has a vivid imagination. Clarke has quite a few imaginary friends - among them are Dragalo, Stuminum & Fromella
Graham Dew's MuralBritish artist Graham Dews started putting art on walls over 20 years ago. He now uses the graffitti form in all kinds of other art work...
Eamon Manning has set up a Gregorian Chant choir in Belfast called Schola Gregoriana.
Jane Bagder thinks hardback books are objects of beauty compared to the unattractive paperback.
Mark Vesey believes you should never throw anything away.
Ready MealsDave Griffiths is a fan of a meal that's always ready...
ghostlyGhost hunting in Gloucestershire? Alison Rooks take us to Woodchester Mansion near Stroud
Charlotte's LetterCharlotte Brooks is 10 years old & she got in touch to tell us how much she loves her allotment (check out her lovely frog drawing, on the left)
Will Robson tells us about the art of hiking without taking unnecessary encumbrances.
HomeworkWe don't need no education... Or at least, according to Kevin, Fiona & their son Declan, we surely don't need so much homework
Bob Bell with his prize-winning leeksLike his father and grandfather, Bob Bell is a champion leek grower. He's grown them for 50 years & he shares with us his love of leeks. Check out:
Vanessa Whelan on taking football back to its grass roots.
letter writingKeith Flett is a prolific letter writer and he urges us to pick up our pens and get scribbling
Andy Park loves Christmas so much he celebrates it every single day...
Mike Smylie tells us about the joys of smoking herring in his very own Kipperhouse.
Anne and Ina are two women who have solved their problems by home sharing.
Find out more about Homeshare
Reverend Ron Lancaster combines his priestly vocation with a fascination with fireworks.
Lemony SnicketDanny is 11 years old and is a young man who is a big fan of the bedtime story. Are you sitting comfortably?
Jam Roly PolySusan Fell is big in the WI in West Yorkshire. Where they have set up a pudding club to pass on the knack of making a good spotted dick.
Simon the dogRuth Haycox makes a case for unwanted dogs. Want a dog? Check Ruth's sanctuary: Plantation Boarding Kennels
roadside shrineDebbie Cameron tells us about her son David, and one particular roadside shrine.
Brake - the Road Safety Charity
fontsPaul Finn takes us on a journey through London streets sharing his passion for typography
schoolUnlike lots of kids in Britain, Grace, Isaac & William won't be suffering a case of 'back to school blues' this weekend. They're home educated - and they love it - and so do their parents, Barbara & Michael
not just any old coffeeDavid Mullen is running a one-man campaign to conquer the social "evil" that is the modern coffee shop
4x4sKate wants to tell us why she just couldn't do without her 4 x 4.
David MorrisDavid Morris is a professional whistling artist. He waxes lyrical about his love of the dying art of whistling. Check David's official website
heartsJenna Murray is marrying her Mexican lover. She testifies to the power of love and taking chances when they present themselves
TankMajor Mike Whatley tell us about his love of tanks

Mike joined the army at 15 and was always interested in tanks. He now how has his own personal collection. He has too many to keep in his own front garden so they are stored in a massive army hangar. Mike argues that they shouldn't be seen as ungainly beasts but as things of beauty.

You can see Major Mike and his tanks at the Household cavalry Pageant in London on Tues 12th June which also promises a camel...
Morris DancersMary Esslemont and Chris Smith speak up for the great English tradition that is morris dancing. Hurst Morris People.
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