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3 May 2008
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Sheila McClennon sits in for Fi this week. Keeping her company is lead singer of Eighties pop group ABC. Martin Fry and poet Luke Wright.

Marion Dante recalls her life as a nun while Jack Lewis tells us about life as a F1 driver in the 1950s/60s.
Fi's off this week so Sheila McClennon takes control of the programme.
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King of the gold lame suit, Martin Fry is lead singer with ABC.
Jack Lewis was a Formula 1 driver for a brief period in the late 1950s /early 1960s. Then he gave it all up.
Marion Dante spent 32 years serving as a Salesian nun before finally leaving in 1991.

Dropping the Habit by Marion Dante is published by Poolbeg. ISBN 978-1-84223-297-2
Former prisoner Karim Dauda chose 'End Of The Road' by Boyz II Men and 'What's Going On' by Marvin Gaye.
Mark Vesey believes you should never throw anything away.
Luke wrightLuke Wright takes the noble art of poetry by the scruff of the neck and turns it into something to delight. 
Read Luke's poems.
South BankOn May 10 the South Bank Centre in London hosts an evening of live poetry showcasing all the regular Saturday Live poets - details here.
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