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16/06/2012

Presented by Sian Williams and Richard Coles, with classicist and comedian Natalie Haynes and Mark Lawson in Dublin for Bloomsday.

Sian Williams & Richard Coles with classicist and comedian Natalie Haynes; Mark Lawson and JP Devlin breakfast in Dublin for Bloomsday; Julie Wassmer who discovered the daughter she'd given up for adoption by quite extraordinary coincidence; Dominic Walker, The Bishop of Monmouth, who conducts exorcisms; Susan Richards who was inspired by a damp June village fete to send a million books to Russia; there's a Dublin Crowdscape and former Chancellor Norman Lamont's Inheritance Tracks. Plus the first three parts of the landmark Radio 4 dramatization of James Joyce's Ulysses.

Producer: Dixi Stewart.

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