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29 March 2008
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Buckingham Palace state rooms
In March 1958, when Fiona MacCarthy was 18, she was among the last 1400 debutantes to be presented to the Queen.

Author of the BBC's Monarchy series and Daily Mail columnist, Robert Hardman is our studio guest. Lesley Close talks about helping her terminally ill brother John take his own life, Kate Fox is our poet, listener Diana Randle takes us round her favourite room & comedian Dave Spikey shares his Inheritance Tracks
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Robert HardmanJoining Fi in the studio this week is Robert Hardman who is author of the BBC's Monarchy series and a Daily Mail columnist
Lesley Close and her brother JohnLesley Close's brother John was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in 2001. When he decided he would take his own life Lesley supported him. Lesley's tribute to her brother
conservatoryListener Diana Randle takes us round her beloved garden room which is still damaged and out of use since last year's floods
Dave SpikeyComedian Dave Spikey chose Overture to Tannheuser by Wagner & I Made It Through the Rain by Barry Manilow
Guess which is the real Lembit Opik?Neil May (pictured left) works as a Lembit Opik (pictured right) lookey-likey & managed to make time in his schedule to talk to us...
Kate FoxKate Fox is a poet, writer & performer based in the North East of England. Hear her verse this Saturday
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