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  • Spencer Matthews and Rachel Parris
    Nikki Bedi and Shaun Keaveny are joined by Spencer Matthews, who gained fame in the reality tv series Made In Chelsea. Now an entrepreneur and broadcaster, Spencer has made a documentary which shows him looking for his brother who went missing on Mount Everest over 20 years ago. Comedian Rachel Parris joins us, talking about the power of seeking advice and how it has influenced her life. Dilly Carter is a straight-talking organiser who can be seen on TV as a decluttering expert. After spending her early years in a Sri Lankan orphanage Dilly was adopted and brought to England where her household was chaotic, inspiring her need to tidy. She'll tell her story. How many of us have sat around thinking of an app that would make us millions? That’s what Dhiraj Mukherjee did - with the help of friends, when they came up with the idea of Shazam, the music identification service. He joins us to tell us how he got there, and how it wasn’t quite as simple as it might seem. We also have the inheritance tracks of Anneka Rice who chooses Joan Baez There but for fortune and Nina Simone, Feeling Good. And your Thank you! Producer: Corinna Jones
  • Prue Leith and Lily James
    Nikki Bedi and Shaun Keaveny are joined by Prue Leith, GBBO judge, restaurateur, novelist and now with a one woman show. Sarah Raven on her journey from inauspicious school career to training as a doctor to purveyor of plants and writer - her latest book is A Year Full of Veg. Jenny Radcliffe has made a successful living from breaking into people’s homes and businesses, testing out security systems. She joins us to explain how she got into it. and Michelle Elman on showing her scars after years of operations as a child and reframing being selfish as loving yourself. Lily James chooses her Inheritance Tracks: Eric Bibb: The Cape, and Leanne Lehavas: Green Papya. And your Thank you. Producer: Corinna Jones
  • Lang Lang
    Lang Lang joins Nikki Bedi and Danny Wallace. The internationally renowned pianist has sold millions of albums and performed around the world. He started playing the piano age three and to follow his dreams his family made significant sacrifices. Lang Lang talks about his path to success, and why he wants to encourage others to perform. You can watch Lang Lang on The Piano, Channel 4 and his Disney Book album is out now. Until recently, Zainab Alema was working as a neonatal nurse. However, in 2021, she decided to follow her dream of becoming the first black Muslim woman to play rugby for England. Since then, she’s been committing to her life on the pitch whilst balancing the raising of three young children at the same time. Francis Bourgeois aka The Train Guy began making videos on trainspotting in early 2021 and quickly became an internet sensation. Since then he has achieved cult status, and millions of followers, championing unadulterated joy and the importance of embracing your passions. You can read about his adventures in The Trainspotter's Notebook. George Webster shares his Inheritance Tracks: I Feel by Teddy Thompson and Any Dream Will Do from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Iszi Lawrence is a comedian with a fascination for history, You can hear her on Radio 4’s Your Place or Mine alongside Shaun Keaveny, and she writes children’s historical adventures - the latest books are The Time Machine Next Door: Explorers and Milkshakes and The Time Machine Next Door: Scientists and Stripy Socks. Producer Claire Bartleet
  • Jojo Moyes
    Jojo Moyes joins Nikki Bedi and Richard Coles. The bestselling author has sold over 50 million novels and Me Before You was adapted into a film starring Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke. Jojo talks about the inspirational for her new book Someone Else's Shoes, rebooting her life, and her unusual painting collection. Henry Naylor is an award-winning playwright but before that he wrote comedy satire for Spitting Image and Smith and Jones. His latest show Afghanistan is Not Funny looks back at a trip he made to Kabul in 2002. Aaron Horn’s life changed forever after a tragic accident involving his mother, when he was in his early 20s. Coming from a musical family, performing took on increased significance in helping Aaron deal with the resulting trauma. Carlo Rovelli chooses his Inheritance Tracks: Nothing Shines Unless It Burns by Belladonna and Fratres by Arvo Pärt. Anaximander and the Nature of Science is out now. Crime writer CJ Daugherty talks about her latest novel The Chase which is written under the pseudonym Ava Glass. With a female British spy at its centre, Ava talks about the real life experiences that inspired her. Producer: Claire Bartleet
  • Johnny Vaughan
    Nikki Bedi and Richard Coles are joined in the studio by broadcaster Johnny Vaughan. Best known for his presenting stints on The Big Breakfast and radio shows on pretty much every network, Johnny now has a new podcast called Alien Kidnap Club in which he interviews people who believe they have encountered alien life. Actress Felicity Montagu stars in new series Beyond Paradise, which spins off from Death in Paradise. Known for her wide range of acting roles, especially playing Alan Partridge's long-suffering PA Lynn Benfield, Felicity talks about her life and career. In the nineties, Patrick Duff was poised to become a huge hit as the lead singer of the band Strangelove. They supported Radiohead and Suede on tours, and played Glastonbury's main stage twice. But Patrick was living with alcoholism, which ultimately led to the band's breakup before they had their chance at fame. Since then he has been performing with a huge range of singers and songwriters, including the legendary South African performer Madosini. After training as a stonemason, Beatrice Searle decided to complete a pilgrimage from Orkney to Nidaros Cathedral in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. As if that weren't challenging enough, she dragged a 40kg rock that she had plucked from an Orkney beach in a specially made cart behind her. She tells Nikki and Richard about this journey and its impact on her life. Andrew Roachford, known for hit single Cuddly Toy and for his work with Mike + the Mechanics, picks his Inheritance Tracks. And we have a Thank You from father and daughter John and Amelia. Producer: Tim Bano

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