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16 August 2008
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Suzi Quatro
Suzi Quatro joins Richard Coles in the studio along with poet Matt Harvey.
 
Peter Shaw recalls being taken hostage in Georgia. Kerry Cohen describes how she became a sex addict.

We take a day trip with Rageh Omar and listener Madeleine Brierley reveals her inheritance tracks.

Rev Richard Coles is chaplain to the Royal Academy of Music and is this week's guest presenter.
We head down Devil Gate Drive with Suzi Quatro.
Kerry Cohen describes how she became a sex addict.


Loose Girl: A Memoir of Promiscuity by Kerry Cohen is published by Ebury Press
Peter Shaw was held captive in Georgia for five months.
Listener Madeleine Brierley chose 'When I Fall In Love' by Nat King Cole and Bach's Prelude No 1 in C Major played by Jacques Loussier.
A green fingered Rageh Omar shows us around Kew Gardens.
Matt HarveyIn 1992 Matt Harvey began performing poems and is now a veteran of the UK’s festival circuit.
Read Matt's poems.
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