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12 April 2008
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Mary Kellet shows her Georgian privy - see the photos.

Tommy Cloherty describes what happened when he couldn't keep up with his mortgage repayments.

Sisters Alex, Charlotte and Helen tell us how they joined forces to help Alex have a baby.

Les Dennis selects this week's Inheritance Tracks.
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Poet, playwright and novelist Simon Armitage joins us on the programme this week.
Charlotte donated her eggs, Helen rented out her womb and Alex had her baby.
Tommy Cloherty lost his home when he found he couldn't keep up with the payments. Tommy now works with Hope Worldwide.
Mary Kellet likes to take refuge in her Georgian privy.
 
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Les Dennis chose 'I Left My Heart In San Francisco' by Tony Bennett and 'In My Life' by The Beatles. Les's memoir is called 'Must the Show Go On?'.
Murray Lachlan Young made his name as a writer performer in the Rock clubs and underground Cabaret venues of mid nineties London.
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