Skip to main content
Text only version of this page
Access keys help
Explore the BBC
Radio 4 Tickets
Radio 4 Help
Like this page?
Send it to a friend!
MISSED A PROGRAMME?
Go to the Listen Again page
Saturday 09:00 - 10:00.
30 June 2007
On this week's show: trying to get off anti-depressants, what it's like being a child prodigy, regrets about not joining a winning pools syndicate and playing with toy soldiers.
Plus, Inheritance Tracks from Earl Spencer, poetry from Elvis McGonagall and comments from Barry Norman.
Find out what's coming up on the programme & get the inside scoop.
Sign up for Fi's newsletter
HAVE YOUR SAY
Tell us what you think about the show or send us stories you'd like to hear more about -
contact the show
Kirsty's story is one of a battle to get off the anti-depressant drugs that were meant to help her.
Aged just 14, Alex Prior is already an internationally recognised composer and conductor.
Earl Spencer chose 'Ernie The Fastest Milkman In The West' by Benny Hill and 'The Living Years' by Mike and the Mechanics.
Guardian sports journalist Harry Pearson tells us about playing war games with his collection of toy soldiers.
IF ONLY I'D KNOWN
Mick Penning wishes he had paid £1 to join that pools syndicate.
Film critic Barry Norman joins us in the studio... and why not?
MEET THE POET
Elvis McGonagall - tartan clad poet, twit and armchair revolutionary.
[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Saturday Live Homepage
Previous programmes (May 2007 - March 2009)
About the show
Photo gallery archive
Guest Book archive
Find out more about Fi Glover
Get the Newsletter
Sign up for the weekly newsletter
to find out what's coming up on the programme & get the inside scoop direct from Fi
About the BBC
Privacy & Cookies Policy