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10 May 2008
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Duwayne Brooks
Duwayne Brooks (pictured) was a friend of Stephen Lawrence and was with him the night he died.
 
We hear about Tai Chi for cows and why hardback books are better than paperbacks.
 
Inheritance Tracks from Jo Brand plus studio banter from Howard Jacobson and poetry from Kate Fox.
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Manchester born novelist and broadcaster Howard Jacobson is this week's studio guest.
Duwayne Brooks was a friend of Stephen Lawrence and was with him the night he died.
Jo Brand chose the 'Duet from the Pearl Fishers' by Bizet, performed by the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, and 'Temporary Beauty' by Graham Parker.
Jane Bagder thinks hardback books are objects of beauty compared to the unattractive paperback.
Devon farmer Robert Taverner says performing Tai Chi in front of his cows has improved the quality and quantity of their milk.
Robert performing Lazily Buttoning Overalls.
Kate FoxKate Fox is a poet, comedian and performance and writing facilitator based in Newcastle upon Tyne.
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