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13 September 2008
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Yvonne with each of her mothers.
Yvonne Craig Inskip tells us about growing up in the 1940s with two mothers.

Sheila Clark explains how and why she's trying to the protect the future of her grandchildren.
Rev Richard Coles is chaplain to the Royal Academy of Music and is this week's guest presenter.
Sir Paul Nurse is President of Rockefeller University in New York and joint winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize for Medicine.
Yvonne Craig Inskip grew up in the 1940s with no father, but two mothers.
Sheila Clark's husband died from Alzheimer's. She tells us how she's trying to safeguard the future of her grandchildren.
Alzheimer's Research Trust
Actor Eddie Marsan chose 'Morning of My Life' by John Holt and 'Feeling Good' by Nina Simone.

Happy-Go-Lucky is now available on DVD.
Alison O’Neill shows us round her gypsy caravan.
Luke WrightLuke Wright takes the noble art of poetry by the scruff of the neck and turns it into something to delight.
Luke's poems.
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