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11 October 2008
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Nick Baker
James Brett tasted pomegranate juice at a street market in Pakistan, and it gave him an idea...

Nick Pearce recalls a family holiday to the USA. It was 1968 and he was 9 years old.

Peter Curran is joined by Nick Baker (above) and Kate Fox.
Peter CurranPeter Curran is this week's guest presenter
Groovy Old MenNick Baker is a journalist, producer and broadcaster. Groovy Old Men: A Spotter's Guide by Nick Baker is published by Icon Books.
Disco Pete72 year old Pete Turner can still cut a rug at his local club - where he's known as Disco Pete.
Beach sceneNick Pearce was 9 years old in 1968, when his family went on holiday to the USA to help his father recover from a heart attack.
PomegranateJames Brett tasted pomegranate juice on a trip to Pakistan in 1999 - and it changed his life.
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TwiggyModel and fashion icon Twiggy chose 'The Laughing Policeman' by Charles Penrose and 'Yesterday' by The Beatles.
Kate FoxKate Fox is a poet, comedian and performance and writing facilitator based in Newcastle upon Tyne.
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