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Martin Clunes

Extraordinary stories, unusual people and a sideways look at the world.

Actor and presenter Martin Clunes, best known for his roles in Men Behaving Badly and Doc Martin, joins Rev Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir to discuss discovering the islands of Australia, his love of animals and life on his farm.

Gemma Todd is a mobile librarian who has just published her first novel, as GX Todd. She talks about getting her HGV licence and her love of Lego.

JP Devlin meets listener Jean Rawson, 93, who describes how her family dog comforted her in a time of great need.

Della O'Sullivan runs the Dulwich Wing Tsun Academy. She explains how she got into Chinese martial arts.

Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain shares her Inheritance Tracks. She has chosen Blackbird by The Beatles and Michael Jackson's Black or White.

DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles talks about his early music and sporting ambitions, love of cooking and passion for motorbikes.

Martin Clunes: Islands of Australia continues on ITV at 8pm on Tuesday.
Defender by GX Todd is out now.
Nadiya Hussain's debut novel The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters is out now.
Proper Healthy Food book by Nick Knowles is out now.

Producer: Claire Bartleet
Editor: Eleanor Garland.

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1 hour, 28 minutes

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Sat 14 Jan 2017 09:00

Martin Clunes

Martin Clunes: Islands of Australia 

Gemma Todd

Della O'Sullivan


Role Contributor
Presenter Aasmah Mir
Presenter Richard Coles
Interviewed Guest Martin Clunes
Interviewed Guest Nick Knowles
Interviewed Guest Gemma Todd
Interviewed Guest JP Devlin
Interviewed Guest Jean Rawson
Interviewed Guest Della O'Sullivan
Interviewed Guest Nadiya Hussain
Producer Claire Bartleet
Editor Eleanor Garland


  • Sat 14 Jan 2017 09:00

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