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19 April 2008
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Kathleen Turner
Kathleen Turner (pictured) shares her Inheritance Tracks.

Murat Kurnaz talks about his imprisonment in Guantanamo Bay. Margaret Sandra tells us why she doesn't have a surname anymore.

We go bell ringing with Ian McMillan and Lemn Sissay is our poet in residence - read his poems.
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Charles CollingwoodActor Charles Collingwood aka Brian Aldridge from The Archers brings an aura of suave to today's studio
Ian McMillanPoet Ian McMillan aka the Bard of Barnsley shares his secret passion for bell ringing with Producer Poppet JP Devlin
Life without a surname? It was 1979 when Margaret Sandra made a Statutory Declaration that from then on she'd be known only by the first two names her parents had given her.
Murat KurnazMurat Kurnaz was held for 5 years without trial in Guantanamo Bay. He says he was tortured & maltreated during that time – although the US Defense Department refutes those claims.

Five Years: An Innocent man in Guantanemo by Murat Kurnaz is published by Palgrave. ISBN: 0-230-60374-2
Kathleen TurnerKathleen Turner chose 'Baby's Bed's A Silver Moon' (traditional) sung by Solveig Slettahjell and 'Undercover Lover' by Bubonic Souls.

Send Yourself Roses: Thoughts on My Life, Love, and Leading Roles is published by Springboard Press. ISBN-10: 0446581127
Lemn SissayLemn Sissay is a Manchester born, London based poet who is currently artist in residence at the South Bank Centre. Read Lemn's poems
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