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8 March 2008
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Arthur Smith
Fi is back at the helm this week.

We hear the coming out stories of two women called Judith, and Wibke Bruhns shares stories of growing up in the shadow of her father's Nazi legacy.

Also, the Inheritance Tracks of Arthur Smith and poems from Lemn Sissay.
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Sunand PrasadSunand Prasad is the president of the Royal Institute of British Architects
Wibke BruhnsWibke Bruhns is the daughter of a Nazi officer who was executed for his part in the plot to assassinate Hitler.
Rainbow FlagTwo women called Judith share their tales of coming out and falling in love.
New KitchenDeborah Burton tells us why her kitchen is a special part of her house.
Arthur SmithArthur Smith chose 'The Laughing Policemen' by Charles Penrose and 'The Wild Rover'.
Lemn SissayLemn Sissay is a Manchester born, London based poet who is currently artist in residence at the South Bank Centre.
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