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14 March 2009
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George McGrath at Willy Musson's stables in Newmarket.
As Northern Ireland deals with a revival of sectarian violence, Richard Coles talks to a man who helped start a non-denominational school in that most divided place.

Autophobic Paul Craney describes how he overcame his fear of himself.

Plus the Saturday Life of Newmarket stable lad George McGrath (pictured above), the Inheritance Tracks of chef Heston Blumenthal, poetry from Luke Wright and Richard's studio guest is Sara Stockbridge - who was Vivienne Westwood's muse before becoming an actress and now novelist.
Rev Richard ColesRev Richard Coles is this week's guest presenter.
Sara Stockbridge - photo by Charles HopkinsonFormer Vivienne Westwood model turned actress turned novelist, Sara Stockbridge joins Richard in the studio.
George McGrathGeorge McGrath spends his Saturdays mucking out at trainer Willy Musson's stables in Newmarket.
children in playgroundColm Cavanagh helped start the first non-denominational school in Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education
man with head in handsPaul Craney suffered from autophobia - an intense self-fear, or fear of being alive. He describes how he overcame his condition.

BBC Health - Anxiety, Panic and Phobias
Anxiety UK
Heston BlumenthalCulinary alchemist Heston Blumenthal inherited "My Friend The Wind" by Demis Roussos and plans to pass on "Love Has Finally Come At Last" by Bobby Womack.

Heston's Feasts
BBC News: Fat Duck reopens after illnesses
Luke WrightLuke Wright takes the noble art of poetry by the scruff of the neck and turns it into something to delight.
Luke's poems.
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