Owen Sheers, Molly Crabapple, Rose and Douglas Hadfield, Mat Horne
Richard Coles and Suzy Klein with poet Owen Sheers, Guantanamo artist Molly Crabapple, South Seas travellers Rosemary and Douglas Hadfield, 17 year old Lauren who found herself without a home, Elisa Berry who found herself looking after JFK's nieces on the day he was assassinated, and actor Mat Horne's Inheritance Tracks.
Producer: Dixi Stewart.
Guest: Owen Sheers
Owen Sheers is a Welsh poet, author, playwright, actor and TV presenter. He is the first writer in residence to be appointed by a national rugby union team.
His book Calon and verse drama Pink Mist are out now. His play The Two Worlds of Charlie F is on tour next year.
Interview: Guantanamo artist Molly Crabapple
Crabapple is one of only three artists to draw pictures at the US detention
camp at Guantanamo Bay.
Travel: South Seas travellers Rosemary and Douglas Hadfield
Douglas Hadfield and his daughter Rosemary have recently returned from the South Sea island of New Caledonia to which they’d returned artefacts acquired by his grandparents over a century ago.
I Was There: JFK’s assassination
Inheritance Tracks: Mat Horne
Actor, comedian and Gavin and Stacey star Mat Horne inherits Runaway by Del Shannon, and passes on Young Shields by Casiotone for the Painfully Alone.
Mat is currently appearing in The Pride at The Trafalgar Studios, which goes on tour in January.
Children in Need: Lauren's story
16 November 2013
|Interviewed Guest||Owen Sheers|
|Interviewed Guest||Molly Crabapple|
|Interviewed Guest||Rose Hadfield|
|Interviewed Guest||Douglas Hadfield|
|Interviewed Guest||Mathew Horne|