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6 October 2007
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Felicie Oakes with her mother Audrey Smith
Felicie Oakes had a very extravagant mother. Patrick Bossert wrote a best-selling book aged just 12 and Howard Marks tells us about a game with a murky past.

Plus; Inheritance Tracks from Elsa Corbluth, comments from Jeanette Winterson and poems from Murray Lachlan Young.
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Patrick Bossert on the rightBack in 1981 Patrick Bossert wrote a bestseller about solving the Rubik's cube and he was just 12 years old.   
Audrey SmithFelicie Oakes's mother was so extravagant in the years before her death that by the time she died she had nothing to leave to her children.
Elsa Corbluth from Dorset chose 'The Prize Song' from Wagner's 'Die Meistersinger' and 'Joy of Living' by Ewan McColl.
Howard MarksHoward Marks aka Mr Nice hits the green for a game of bowls.
Jeanette WintersonAuthor Jeanette Winterson has won various awards around the world for her fiction and adaptations. 
Murray Lachlan YoungMurray Lachlan Young made his name as a writer performer in the Rock clubs and underground Cabaret venues of mid nineties London.
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