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Martin ParrAward winning photojournalist and documentary maker Martin Parr shows JP Devlin his collection of ephemera, memorabilia and ... stuff.
Kirsten O'BrienKirsten O’Brien of CBBC and BBC 7's Big Toe Books believes that an ordered home is a happy home.
Stephen Morris and his tank collection.Joy Division and New Order drummer Stephen Morris is passionate about an unusual Army Surplus collectable.
Gregg Wallace gets up early on Sunday mornings to coach an under-15 rugby team.
David TrimbleDavid Trimble (pictured left with JP Devlin) shares his love of narrowboats
One of Mike Read's confectionary art creationsDJ Mike Read & his confectionery art - including the iconic Beatles' album cover Abbey Road, recreated (left) in liquorice, chocolate sticks & various sweets. See more of Mike's work
Peter DuncanEx Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan shares his fondness for stone eggs with JP Devlin
Rick BucklerRick Buckler was the drummer for The Jam and loves restoring furniture...
Ian McMillanPoet Ian McMillan aka the Bard of Barnsley shares his secret passion for bell ringing with Producer Poppet JP Devlin
Richard StilgoeHe's a songwriter, lyricist and musician, but Richard Stilgoe has a passion he's kept to himself... until now. It's diggers.
The God of Hellfire Arthur Brown tells us about his role as a minister of the Church of Universal Life.
Radio and TV presenter James Whale tells us about his passion for bows and arrows.
Ben MillerComedian, actor and director Ben Miller harbours a quiet passion for (of all things!) quantum physics
Bill Wyman tells us how he's been keeping busy since leaving the Rolling Stones.
Actor Michael Simkins relives the Christmases of his childhood.
Pam Ayres introduces us to her Dexter cattle.
Stuart HallTV and radio personality Stuart Hall shows us round his home where he keeps his amazing collection of clocks
Sue TownsendAuthor Sue Townsend confesses to her secret love affair with handbags.
Howard MarksHoward Marks aka Mr Nice hits the green for a game of bowls.
Guardian sports journalist Harry Pearson tells us about playing war games with his collection of toy soldiers.
Shobna GulatiShobna Gulati is an actress. You may know her from Dinner ladies and also for playing Sunita in Coronation Street. But in her spare time she likes nothing better than hanging upside down from a trapeze.

Skylight Circus, Rochdale
Nicholas OwenNicholas Owen is a newcaster. Or should that be news anchor? His middle name is Arundel, he came from newspapers into television – and was a staple at ITN for years before the BBC poached him.

He’s got newsfriendly hair, always looks very dapper and played a major role in the reporting of the death of the Princess of Wales as he was Royal Correspondent at the time. He compiled a book about her.

Those are things you do know about him – these are things you might not….
Peter DavisonYou know him as Tristran Farnam, Campion, Dr Stephen Daker, The Last Detective or even Dr. Who. In fact you probably know him as anyone but himself.

For an actor as ubiquitous as Peter Davison it’s astonishing to reveal that he has a secret life. His secret can be summed up in the following verse:

“We’ve been to Button Moon, we followed Mr Spoon, Button Moon, Button Moon, Button Moon, Be Back Soon…”
Paul GambacciniRadio and television presenter Paul Gambaccini is better known for his love of music, but here he reveals his other great passion - comics.
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