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19 July 2008
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Fi with Charles Collingwood and Murray Lachlan Young
Charles Collingwood joins Fi for her last show before heading off on maternity leave. 

Terry Wogan selects his Inheritance Tracks.

And, the podcast is finally here! Download a podcast of this show.

Charles CollingwoodActor Charles Collingwood plays Brian Aldridge in The Archers
Terry Wogan chose 'The Floral Dance' by Peter Dawson and 'Heartbreak Hotel' by Elvis Presley.
Ben Mee saw an advertisement for a zoo for sale and decided to buy it.
 
Dartmoor Zoological Park
American cyclist Matt DeCanio has admitted using performance enhancing drugs.
Sharon Nimmo got caught up in the T5 luggage disaster.
Murray Lachlan YoungMurray Lachlan Young  made his name as a writer performer in the Rock clubs and underground Cabaret venues of mid nineties London.
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