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Rick Wakeman and Ray Winstone

Morning magazine show featuring Rick Wakeman from Yes, quiz friends Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull, listener Heather Sinclair Buchanan and the inheritance tracks of Ray Winstone.

Legendary keyboard player Rick Wakeman is known for his huge contribution to prog rock with the band Yes, his own innovative compositions, his flamboyant caped stage presence and his numerous piano arrangements.

Bea Priestley is a 22 year-old wrestler in the ever growing woman’s wrestling scene. Bea got back into wrestling after brain surgery when she was 18 and now tours the UK and Japan.

Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull bonded over quizzing. They both found themselves internet sensations after appearing on different teams on University Challenge. They've just done a round Britain fact finding road trip but will join us in the studio.

Listener Heather Sinclair Buchanan got in touch to talk about her 30 year hunt for a stolen dolls house and the tragic loss of her son for whom she founded Olly's Friendship Foundation. She's still looking for the dolls house - it's pictured below so please get in touch if you can help.

Ray Winstone chooses his inheritance tracks: the track he inherits is Smile performed by Nat King Cole and he passes on I'm forever blowing bubbles performed by Dean Martin.

Producer: Corinna Jones
Editor: Eleanor Garland

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1 hour, 27 minutes

Heather Sinclair Buchanan’s missing dolls house:

Heather Sinclair Buchanan’s missing dolls house:


Role Contributor
Presenter Richard Coles
Presenter Aasmah Mir
Interviewed Guest Rick Wakeman
Interviewed Guest Bea Priestley
Interviewed Guest Eric Monkman
Interviewed Guest Bobby Seagull
Interviewed Guest Ray Winstone
Interviewed Guest Heather Sinclair Buchanan
Producer Corinna Jones
Editor Eleanor Garland


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