Wayne Sleep and bricklayer-turned-astronomer Gary Fildes join Richard Coles and Suzy Klein. With writer and producer Tony Garnett's Inheritance Tracks.
Dancer and choreographer Wayne Sleep talks about life as a dancer, his love of the stars and shares his unusual new hobby.
Gary Fildes is a bricklayer turned astronomer, and founder of the Kielder Observatory in Northumberland.
Listener Andrew Townsend talks about how his life changed after taking up running when he was 55.
Reporter JP Devlin will be hearing all about how to train cats with Sarah Ellis, a Feline Behaviour Specialist.
Writer and Producer Tony Garnett shares his Inheritance Tracks - he's chosen Tea for Two and Beautiful Boy by John Lennon.
With the Rev Richard Coles and Suzy Klein
Producer: Claire Bartleet
Editor: Karen Dalziel.
The Trainable Cat by Sarah Ellis and John Bradshaw is out on the 4th August.
|Interviewed Guest||Wayne Sleep|
|Interviewed Guest||Gary Fildes|
|Interviewed Guest||Andrew Townsend|
|Interviewed Guest||Sarah Ellis|
|Interviewed Guest||Tony Garnett|