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26 May 2007
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Lee Boxell
Fi is joined in the studio by Felix Dennis and Poet Alison Brumfitt. Our Guerilla report is in praise of Morris Dancing, author Joanne Harris chooses her Inheritance Tracks and we speak to a couple whose son went missing almost 20 years ago
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extraordinary stories imageChristine and Pete Boxell's son Lee went missing in 1988 when he was just 15. They have spent twenty years hoping that Lee will walk back through the door but none of the sightings of him have ever come to anything.

Having had her heart broken – and endured some pretty painful relationships - Chloe has decided that her happiness lies in dating married men.
guerrilla reporter imageMary Esslemont and Chris Smith speak up for the great English tradition that is morris dancing
inheritance tracks imageAuthor Joanne Harris treats us to her Inheritance Tracks. She chose, Sydeny Bechet: Petite Fleur and Don Henley: The Boys of Summer.
If Only I'd KnownPhilip Sparkes who had perhaps had unrealistically high hopes for a Tuscan holiday with two girlfriends.
Alison BrumfittThis week's poet is Alison Brumfitt  who has performed her unique, insightful and humorous brand of poetry all around the country.
Felix DennisFelix Dennis is one of Britain’s best known entrepreneurs. He was born in Kingston-upon-Thames in 1947.

After leaving Harrow College of Art, Dennis wasted a great deal of his youth playing in R&B bands. In 1971 he was imprisoned by the British government as a co-editor of OZ magazine at the culmination of the longest conspiracy trial in English history. Dennis recorded a single with John Lennon to raise money for a legal defence fund.
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