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10 November 2007
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Sir John Mortimer
Fi's studio guest star this week is Sir John Mortimer (pictured)

Colin Anson tells us how he fought against his native Germany in WWII; Michael Dick & an odd case of photgraphic coincidence; Sue Townsend shares her secret love - of handbags.  

Plus: Listener Julie Hartle's Inheritance Tracks & poetry from Elvis McGonagall
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Sir John MortimerSir John Mortimer is a prolific writer and dramatist who is best known for his much-loved fictional barrister Horace Rumpole
Colin Anson & his wife Alice GrossColin Anson was born Claus Ascher in Germany in 1922 but by the time he was 18 he had signed up to join the British Army
Sue Townsend
Author Sue Townsend confesses her secret love affair with handbags
Julie Andrews in The Sound of MusicListener Julie Hartle chose Night Shift by The Commodores and Edelweiss by Rodgers and Hammerstein 
Michael Dick with his lost daughter circled in the backgroundMichael Dick recounts a curious coincidence including his lost daughter and a photograph
Elvis McGonagallElvis McGonagall - tartan clad poet, twit and armchair revolutionary joins us this week.
Poems for 10th November.
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