Star of Homeland and Supergirl, David Harewood, Honey sommelier Sarah Wyndham Lewis, banker turned comedian, Sindhu Vee and Dr Ranj Singh. With Jodie Kidd's Inheritance Tracks.
David Harewood – actor, snowboarder, Brummie, goalie – joins Aasmah Mir and the Rev. Richard Coles. Best known for roles in Homeland, Blood Diamond, The Night Manager and currently Supergirl, he reveals why he has now made a documentary called ‘Psychosis and Me’.
Saturday Live listener Sarah Wyndham Lewis explains why she became a honey sommelier. A calling all the more remarkable because she is allergic to bee stings.
Blogger Laura Belbin describes what the sound of laughter means to her.
Sindhu Vee started her career as a banker, but an email set her on the path to stand-up comedy.
Dr Ranj Singh cast aside his scrubs for sequins for Strictly last year. He talks about his newly found passion for Latin dance and why, having struggled with his weight as a child, he's keen to promote healthy eating.
Jodie Kidd shares her Inheritance Tracks: Money for Nothing performed by Dire Straits and No Woman No Cry, by Bob Marley.
Producer: Louise Corley
Editor: Richard Hooper