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Prue Leith and the Inheritance Tracks of Sir Tim Rice

TV chef Prue Leith, Tim Rice, Marianne Power on self-help, ex footballer Cherno Samba on his parallel career online and Clare Norburn and The Telling perform medieval carols.

Prue Leith has been in our cooking consciousness for years but her appointment as a judge on TV's bake off has exposed her culinary expertise to a whole new audience and inspired a new cook book. She joins Richard and Aasmah along with:
Marianne Power who was such a fan of self-help she decided to follow a book a month for a year. She joins us to reflect on her journey of self discovery.
Former professional footballer Cherno Samba was tipped to be a superstar in UK football but whilst his career stalled he became a legend on computer game Championship Manager. Now training to be a coach, he tell us what happened.
Clare Norburn sings medieval carols with her group The Telling – she’s going to tell us how the first carols were not to do with Christmas…
JP meets Rob in Bridgend who has been helped out of homelessness by The Radio 4 Christmas Appeal with St Martin in the Field’s
and Inheritance Tracks from Tim Rice who chooses You Did It, from My Fair Lady, with music by Frederick Loewe and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and with God On Our Side, written by Bob Dylan and performed by Manfred Mann.

Producer: Corinna Jones
Editor: Eleanor Garland

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