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14 February 2009
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Kirsten O'Brien shares her tips for advanced CD and DVD filing with JP Devlin
Court artist Julia Quenzler has sketched some of the most notorious villains in recent legal history.

JP Devlin uncovers the Secret Life of CBBC's Kirsten O’Brien (pictured), whose blossoming relationship with Otis the Aardvark kept a nation enthralled.

Plus GCHQ whistleblower Katharine Gun, the Inheritance Tracks of The Fast Show's John Thomson, poetry from Susan Richardson and studio guest Dennis Lehane whose writing credits include Mystic River and The Wire.
Rev Richard ColesRev Richard Coles is chaplain to the Royal Academy of Music and is this week's guest presenter.
Dennis LehaneAmerican author Dennis Lehane made his name writing crime novels like Mystic River and contributed scripts to HBO's drama The Wire.
Kirsten O'BrienKirsten O’Brien of CBBC and BBC 7's Big Toe Books believes that an ordered home is a happy home.
WhistleblowerGCHQ whistleblower Katharine Gun ended up in court after a secret email was forwarded to a Sunday newspaper.
Court artist Julia Quenzler's drawing of Maxine CarrJulia Quenzler may be the most widely viewed portraitist currently working in Britain. For more than 20 years she has provided sketches of those appearing in court.
See more of Julia's court sketches.
John ThomsonThe Fast Show and Cold Feet's John Thomson chose the theme from "Rupert The Bear" and Stanley Clarke's "Life Is Just A Game".
Susan RichardsonSusan Richardson is a poet, performer & educator based in Cardiff. She regularly performs at literary festivals & environmental events up & down the country. Read Susan's poems
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