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Katharine Whitehorn

Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir meet columnist Katharine Whitehorn and writer Nina Stibbe, while Natalie Cole shares her Inheritance Tracks. Includes news.

Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir are joined by the columnist Katharine Whitehorn, the writer Nina Stibbe, and Nikki King, Honorary Chairman of Isuzu Truck UK, who shares her stories of doing business in Japan. Louise Johncox describes how her baker father inspired her love of the sound of a whisk. Nigel Brazier on four generations of his family business and traditional Black Country recipes. Stephen Evans explains why he learned to ride a bike at the age of 49 and a quarter and the singer Natalie Cole shares her Inheritance Tracks.

Man at the Helm, by Nina Stibbe.

The Baker's Daughter, by Louise Johncox.

Stephen Evans is cycling 100 miles for Joining Jack a Charity that helps fight Duchene's Muscular Dystrophy.

Natalie Cole inherits Smile, from her father Nat King Cole and passes on You Gotta Be by Des'ree.

Nat King Cole: Afraid Of The Dark is released through Universal Music, and features a brand new, previously unheard Nat King Cole track.

Producer: Louise Corley.

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1 hour, 28 minutes

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Sat 30 Aug 2014 09:00

Steve Evans with his bike

Steve Evans with his bike
Steve Evans who learned to ride a bike aged 49 and a quarter

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Nikki King, Aasmah Mir, Nina Stibbe, Richard Coles and Katharine Whitehorn.


Role Contributor
Presenter Richard Coles
Presenter Aasmah Mir
Interviewed Guest Katharine Whitehorn
Interviewed Guest Nina Stibbe
Interviewed Guest Nikki King
Interviewed Guest Louise Johncox
Interviewed Guest Nigel Brazier
Interviewed Guest Stephen Evans
Interviewed Guest Natalie Cole
Producer Louise Corley


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