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28 March 2009
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Guerilla reporter Brad Moss demonstrates Parkour
This week Richard Coles hears from a woman who sleeps with an ice crusher under her pillow thanks to a former lover who has been stalking her for fifteen years.

There's a guerrilla report from Brad Moss (pictured) - a practitioner of parkour or street running.

Plus Marc Koska whose simple invention – a non-re-usable syringe – has saved millions of lives, the Inheritance Tracks of post-punk hero Jah Wobble, poetry from Elvis McGonagall and a returning studio guest - restaurateur, much respected foodie and novelist Prue Leith.
Rev Richard ColesRev Richard Coles is this week's guest presenter.
Fi Glover returns next week - Saturday 04 April.
Prue LeithPrue Leith is a novelist, founder of the most famous cookery school in the country, restaurateur and former Business Woman of the Year.
"Choral Society" by Prue Leith is published by Quercus Publishing
Guerrilla Reporter Brad MossBrad Moss is a practitioner of that most graceful athletic discipline - parkour, or street-running.


The British Parkour Coaching Association
SilhouetteKate Brennan (not her real name) lives her life in fear of a former lover who has been stalking her for fifteen years.

"Stalked" by Kate Brennan is published by Penguin paperbacks
Marc Koska demonstrates his K1 syringeMarc Koska had the simple but brilliant idea to invent a non-reusable syringe, which cannot pass on an infection to further users.

BBC News: My fight to stop deadly jabs
Jah WobbleFormer tube driver and post-punk hero Jah Wobble inherited The Dubliners' "The Travelling People" and wants to pass on "The Father" from his own Requiem Mass.
Elvis McGonagallElvis McGonagall - tartan clad poet, twit and armchair revolutionary brings his poetry to us.
Read his poems here
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