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21 June 2008
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Dame Joan Bakewell
Fi is back at the helm this week. She's joined in the studio by Dame Joan Bakewell (pictured)
 
We hear about the career of escaplogist Danny Hunt, Bjorn Lengfelder reflects on life as a Lebensborn, Lola Lamour talks about her kitchen in this week's Myspace, and listener Brenda Coyle shares her InheritanceTracks.

Plus, poetry from Murray Lachlan Young.
Saturday LifeHow do you get your kicks on a Saturday? If you spend time doing something interesting we'd love to hear from you for our new feature Find out more....
Dame Joan BakewellBroadcaster Dame Joan Bakewell is one of Britain's foremost journalists and presenters.
Danny HuntDanny Hunt has been doing magic tricks since he was 4 years old. A fascination with Harry Houdini then led him to become an escapologist.
Bjorn LengfelderThe Lebensborn Society was the brainchild of Heinrich Himmler. He encouraged liasons between German men and Scandinavian women – in the hope that the result was blond haired and blue eyed. Bjorn Lengfelder is one of them...
Inheritance TracksListener Brenda Coyle chose Macushla by John McCormack and Bedrich Smetana's Vltava.
Lola LamourLola Lamour is a singer inspired by Doris Day, and she loves her fifties kitchen...
HandsFrances Thornton purchased what she thought was a massager for her arthritic hands...
Murray Lachlan YoungMurray Lachlan Young made his name as a writer performer in the Rock clubs & underground cabaret venues of mid nineties London.

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