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23 June 2007
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Glastonbury
This Week's Show
If only St Etienne's Bob Stanley had known never to set foot in Glastonbury.
Our guest is historian Andrew Roberts, Lemn Sissay provides poetic interludes & Doris Watkins shares her personal story of the East Coast floods. All this and much more.
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The Watkins familyDoris Watkins and her family were tragically involved in the East Coast Floods of 1953 in which over 300 people lost their lives. The floods have been repeatedly described as the worst national peacetime disaster to hit the UK.
Simon WestonFalklands war veteran, Simon Weston chooses his tracks: Louis Armstong, What A Wonderful World and Lynard Skynard, Freebird
heartsJenna Murray is marrying her Mexican lover. She testifies to the power of love and taking chances when they present themselves
Dr Andrew RobertsDr Andrew Roberts is a regular columnist for The Sunday Telegraph, reviews widely and broadcasts regularly on history and politics for BBC2 and Channel 4.
School entranceJonathan Challinor's day job is as a barrister specialising in criminal law. But he also inherited a school from his dad...
Lemn SissayLemn Sissay is a writer and poet born and raised in the Manchester area. Now based in London – he moved for love not for money - Lemn is writer in residence at The South Bank in London.
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