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14 June 2008
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L-R Mike Gayle, Lemn Sissay, Revd Richard Coles, Ken Wharfe
Revd Richard Coles sits in for Fi this week.
 
We hear memories of the 1968 Grosvenor Square riots, a father tells us why he hasn't seen his daughter in 2 years and how Belfast is enjoying the sound of Gregorian Chant.

Plus, Inheritance Tracks from the supreme Mary Wilson.
Rev Richard Coles is chaplain to the Royal Academy of Music and sits in for Fi this week.
Mike Gayle is an author, freelance journalist and former agony uncle.
Ex Royal Protection Officer, Ken Wharfe, recalls the Grosvenor Square riots of 1968.
Steve has not seen his daughter in two years.
Eamon Manning has set up a Gregorian Chant choir in Belfast called Schola Gregoriana.
Mary Wilson of The Supremes chose "I Wish You Love" by Gloria Lynne and "Here's To Life" by Shirley Horne.
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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