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Saturday 09:00 - 10:00
17 January 2009
This week we meet the first mixed-race couple in Long Eaton.
Plus what New Order's drummer keeps in his shed and what it's like to spend six months of the year living inside a steel tube.
Rev Richard Coles
is chaplain to the
Royal Academy of Music
and is this week's guest presenter.
is a historian, biographer and commentator who writes and broadcasts regularly on history, politics and royalty.
commands HMS Vengeance
which contains in its safe the authorisation for launching Trident.
George and Dorothy Leigh
were the first mixed-race couple in Long Eaton. We celebrate their Diamond Wedding anniversary.
Joy Division and New Order drummer
is passionate about an unusual Army Surplus collectable.
chose "Do I Love You" by Ella Fitzgerald and "The Very Thought Of You" by Nat King Cole.
MEET THE POET
- stand-up poet, armchair revolutionary & recumbent rocker struts his poetic stuff this week.
Read his poems here
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