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22 March 2008
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Richard Stilgoe and his digger
Richard Stilgoe shares his Secret Life and love of diggers (pictured).

Author Stella Duffy is our studio guest & 
Jean MacRae shares her tales of being caught up in the
Paris riots of 1968. Jonathan Naess is also in to talk about his career as a corporate finance lawyer and the toll it took on his mental health. 

Marie Millington, a listener who contacted us, shares her Inheritance Tracks & Elvis McGonagall is our poet.
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Stella DuffyStella Duffy is an novelist, writer and actor, and her latest novel The Room of Lost Things, has just been longlisted for the Orange prize.
Richard Stilgoe and his diggerHe's a songwriter, lyricist and musician, but Richard Stilgoe has a passion he's kept to himself... until now. It's diggers.
City WorkersMuch is made of pressure in the City – especially when the markets go berserk. Jonathan Naess talks about getting through his own troubled times in the Square Mile.
The Stand to Reason website.
Jean MacRaeListener Jean MacCrae contacted the BBC memory share website because she found herself caught up in events in Paris in 1968...

Tell us your memories of 1968 by contributing to BBC Memoryshare.
CassetteListener Marie Millington chose 'Danny Boy' by Hayley Westenra and 'Losing My Religion' by R.E.M.
Elvis McGonagallElvis McGonagall - tartan clad poet, twit and armchair revolutionary brings his poetry to us.
This week's poems
flowersSomething pricking your conscience? Don't suffer in silence - help us to help you say sorry. Find out more....
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