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Morning magazine show. Presenters Suzy Klein and Jay Rayner are joined by actor Tom Hollander. Includes News.

Actor Tom Hollander joins Suzy Klein and Jay Rayner to talk Rev, Dylan Thomas and his attempts at DIY. JP Devlin raises a pint to Dylan Thomas on the centenary of his birth at one of Thomas's old London drinking haunts. Carole Stone has been described as Britain's most connected woman. She reveals her networking secrets and tells us why she doesn't make her connections through social media. He may have had to look up who 'Brad Pitt' was, but that didn't stop D-Day veteran Peter 'Cosy' Comfort from accepting an invite to join him on the red carpet to celebrate the premier of Brad's latest film 'Fury'. Fred and Mary Collingwood are one of Britain's oldest newlywed couples. Their whirlwind romance lasted 4 months before they tied the knot last week at 89. We also meet Henry Patterson, the 10 year old entrepreneur with his own sweetshop. And the Inheritance Tracks of children's author and Purple Ronnie creator Giles Andreae.

Giles chooses 'Camelot' from the musical of the same name and 'Anthem' by Leonard Cohen. His latest book is Sir Scallywag and the Deadly Dragon Poo, illustrated by the legendary Korky Paul is out now.

'A Poet in New York' starring Tom Hollander is repeated on BBC 2 at 9.45pm on Saturday 25 October 2014.

Producer: Alex Lewis
Editor: Karen Dalziel.

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1 hour, 28 minutes

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Sat 25 Oct 2014 09:00


Role Contributor
Presenter Suzy Klein
Presenter Jay Rayner
Interviewed Guest Tom Hollander
Participant JP Devlin
Interviewed Guest Carole Stone
Interviewed Guest Peter Comfort
Interviewed Guest Fred Collingwood
Interviewed Guest Mary Collingwood
Interviewed Guest Henry Patterson
Participant Giles Andreae
Producer Alex Lewis
Editor Karen Dalziel


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