Mishal Husain presents dispatches on one family's fraught experience with sepsis, the night Jimi Hendrix played Ilkley and the prospects for coracle fishing in west Wales.
Mishal Husain introduces the latest collection of dispatches from journalists and writers around the United Kingdom, reflecting the range of contemporary life across the country. This month we hear about one family's sobering experience of how patients with sepsis are treated, plus how coracle fishermen in West Wales are seeking to ensure a future for their fishery. Andy Kershaw recalls the night Jimi Hendrix came to play the West Yorkshire town of Ilkley. The programme will, as usual, also feature topical items.