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4 October 2008
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Mark Gardiner won the lottery but lost his friends.

Fr Patrick Keegans was a priest in Lockerbie on 21st December 1988.

Peter Curran is joined by Sheila Hancock and Murray Lachlan Young.
Peter CurranPeter Curran is this week's guest presenter
Sheila HancockActress Sheila Hancock joins us in the studio.
Just Me by Sheila Hancock is published by Bloomsbury
ISBN-10: 0747588821
Barbara Hughes recalls her Saturdays working in the telephone exchange.
Father Patrick Keegans was the local priest in Lockerbie when disaster struck on 21st December 1988.
Mark Gardiner won £11m on the lottery but has ended up falling out with most of his family and friends.
Bear GryllsAdventurer and TV presenter Bear Grylls chose 'Circle of Life' by Elton John and 'I'm a Believer' by The Monkees
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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