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SATURDAY LIVE

25 October 2008
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Sean Rafferty
In the studio with Richard Coles is Elaine Higgins - her husband's web of lies began to unfold after his death. We also hear from cryptozoologist Richard Freeman, who studies undiscovered animals.
Our Guerrilla Reporter is mycologist Andy Taylor, we have Inheritance Tracks from composer Philip Glass and our studio guest star Sean Rafferty (pictured above).  Bringing his poetry this week is Elvis McGonagall.
Richard ColesRichard Coles is this week's guest presenter.
SASElaine Higgins married a soldier serving in the SAS, but it was only after his death that Elaine discovered that he'd been lying about his working life...
YetiCryptozoologist Richard Freeman has hunted the elusive yeti through the jungles of Sumatra.
Philip GlassComposer Philip Glass chose La Création du Monde by Milhaud and one of his own compositions, Wichita Vortex Sutra.
MushroomsMycologist Andy Taylor talks about his favourite fungi.
Elvis McGonagallElvis McGonagall - tartan clad poet, twit and armchair revolutionary brings his poetry to us.
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