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14/05/2011

Richard Coles with cook Elisabeth Luard, poet Mr Gee and a woman who is trying for a baby using a website to match her with a donor. Plus Inheritance Tracks from Duncan Lamont.

Richard Coles with cook and writer Elisabeth Luard, poet Mr Gee, a woman who's trying to have a child using a website to match her with a potential donor, and the son of the little bald guy who Benny Hill used to slap round the head to the tune Yackety Sax. We revisit Gloucester Cattle Market with a former auctioneer and a couple of farmers who recall the buzz of what used to be one of the country's biggest livestock sales and is now a shopping centre; and Duncan Lamont, one of Britain's greatest sax players, shares his Inheritance Tracks.

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Sat 14 May 2011 09:00

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