John Sergeant, Juliet Sargeant, Freya Rodger, Mikael Lindnord
Former political correspondent John Sergeant celebrates 50 years of broadcasting, and designer Juliet Sargeant discusses her garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Former political correspondent, pasa doble specialist and now narrow boat enthusiast John Sergeant celebrates 50 years of broadcasting and reveal show he got his break into the industry
Garden designer Juliet Sargeant tells us about her preparations for the pinnacle of the horticultural year - the Chelsea Flower Show.
Saturday Live listener Freya Rodger reveals why she is attempting to do all 41 Olympic Sports before the closing ceremony in this year's Games
Swedish elite athlete Mikael Lindnord took part in endurance race across the Ecuador. After taking pity on a stray dog and feeding him some meatballs, the dog then followed Mikael hundreds of miles across mountains rivers and the jungle. Mikael named him Arthur and eventually took him back to live with his family in Sweden.
Plus the singer, actor and now writer, John Barrowman shares his Inheritance Tracks
And the school teacher and his pupils who were so inspired by Saturday Live guest Liesbeth Langford, that they made an award winning film of her life.
Presenters and guests in studio
Arthur the dog, Chilling in the studio
|Presenter||Rev. Richard Coles|
|Interviewed Guest||John Sergeant|
|Interviewed Guest||Juliet Sargeant|
|Interviewed Guest||Freya Rodger|
|Interviewed Guest||Mikael Lindnord|
|Interviewed Guest||John Barrowman|
- Sat 21 May 2016 09:00