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26 April 2008
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Danielle Heaney and Nick Cameron
Nick Cameron & Danielle Heaney (pictured) talk about being half brother and sister, and finding love with each other.

Nick Peake talks about his persistent cough - he's had it for 15 years. This week's Guerilla Reporter, Dave Griffiths, shares his love of ready meals.

Elvis McGonagall is our poet this week.
Read this week's poems
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Ray MearsRay Mears is an expert in wilderness bushcraft and survival. Fresh from the forest, he joins Fi in the studio.
Coughing ManNick Peake has a cough that started in 1993 - he has been coughing for the past 15 years. Examined by countless specialists, he's tried numerous remedies, all to no avail.
Nick Cameron & Danielle HeaneyNick Cameron & Danielle Heaney are half brother and sister. Nick, the older of the pair, was put into foster care before his sister was born, and they had only seen each other once before the summer of 2006. Then in their twenties, they met and felt an instant mutual attraction.
Mike LeighMike Leigh chose George Formby's Bless 'Em All and Bob Dylan's Blowin' In the Wind.
Ready MealDave Griffiths is a fan of a meal that's always ready...
Elvis McGonagallElvis McGonagall is covered in tartan and full of poem.
Plus! Find out about the Saturday Live poets' night on May 10 at the South Bank Centre in London
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