Morning magazine show, with guests Arabella Weir and Bruno Tonioli. Bill Bailey shares his Inheritance Tracks, and Rhodri Marsden discusses unusual Christmas sleeping arrangements.
Arabella Weir, star of Two Doors Down, talks to Aasmah Mir and Suzy Klein about what neighbours mean to her, festive celebrations and how she got into comedy.
Mark Forsyth explains why he decided to explore the stories behind Christmas traditions- including why we have decorated trees in our house and the real Good King Wenceslas.
Writer and musician Rhodri Marsden shared a picture of where he'd be staying when he went home for Christmas and found he wasn't alone in experiencing unusual festive sleeping arrangements.
Bruno Tonioli talks to JP Devlin about his festive plans, dealing with tragedy, and what dancing means to him.
Comedian Bill Bailey shares his Inheritance Tracks: Magic Moments by Perry Como and Once in a Lifetime by Talking Heads.
Joe Wicks, known as The Body Coach, has gone from being a personal trainer to a best-selling author and fitness entrepreneur. He talks about what success means to him, becoming an optimist, and offers his festive health tips.
Mark Forsyth's A Christmas Cornucopia is out now.
Bruno Tonioli's An Italian Romance album is out now.
Bill Bailey's Remarkable Guide to British Birds is out now.
Joe Wicks The Body Coach Workout DVD is out on Boxing Day.
Producer: Claire Bartleet
Editor: Karen Dalziel.
|Interviewed Guest||Arabella Weir|
|Interviewed Guest||Bruno Tonioli|
|Interviewed Guest||Rhodri Marsden|
|Interviewed Guest||Mark Forsyth|
|Interviewed Guest||Bill Bailey|
|Interviewed Guest||Joe Wicks|