Aasmah Mir and Richard Coles are joined by vocal coach and presenter Carrie Grant. Plus the Inheritance Tracks of writer Jung Chang.
Aasmah Mir and Richard Coles are joined by vocal coach, singer and television presenter, Carrie Grant.
Best known for her role as the vocal coach on the hit talent show, Fame Academy, she has also worked on Pop Idol and The One Show, where she conducted 500 viewers in the life-affirming "virtual choir".
Rebecca Root explains how she helps transsexual and transgendered people, like herself, to discover their voice.
The first photographer to capture on film the incomparable Kate Bush - we hear from her brother John Carder Bush on how he rescued the negatives from a skip to make a collection of photographs.
JP Devlin visits a tattoo convention in Bournemouth.
Jockie Reid reveals why he has taken up motorcycling at the age of eighty one.
The palaeobiologist, Dr. Victoria Herridge, on her passion for Ice Age mammals and the trip of a lifetime - to take part in an autopsy of a 40,000 year old woolly mammoth.
And the writer, Jung Chang, chooses her Inheritance Tracks: God Bless the Child, by Billie Holliday and The Sweetest Embrace by Barry Adamson.
**Please send us your questions for wildlife presenter and recent Strictly contestant Steve Backshall for next week's programme via: email@example.com**
Cathy, by John Carder Bush.
Empress Dowager Cixi: The Concubine Who Launched Modern China by Jung Chang.
Woolly Mammoth: The Autopsy - on Channel 4 on Sunday 23 November at 8pm.
(l-r) John Carder Bush, Rebecca Root, Carrie Grant, Aasmah Mir, Dr. Victoria Herridge and Richard Coles.
|Interviewed Guest||Carrie Grant|
|Interviewed Guest||Rebecca Root|
|Interviewed Guest||John Carder Bush|
|Interviewed Guest||JP Devlin|
|Interviewed Guest||Jockie Reid|
|Interviewed Guest||Victoria Herridge|
|Interviewed Guest||Jung Chang|