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1 March 2008
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Arthur Brown
Muriel Gray sits in for Fi this week.

The God of Hellfire Arthur Brown tells us about his secret life.

Plus, a cautionary tale about stage diving and how to go camping ultra-lite style.
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Louise Rennison is the author of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson books.
Imran Rehman was taken to Pakistan for a holiday aged 17 where he found himself forced into marriage.
The Karma Nirvana project.
Will Robson tells us about the art of hiking without taking unnecessary encumbrances.
The God of Hellfire Arthur Brown tells us about his role as a minister of the Church of Universal Life.
Pauline McLynn chose 'Nothing Rhymed' by Gilbert O' Sullivan and 'The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba to Galway' by De Dannan.
Phil Sumner from British Sea Power will be more careful next time.
Matt HarveyIn 1992 Matt Harvey began performing poems and is now a veteran of the UK’s festival circuit.
This week's poems.
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