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Kirsty Young's castaway this week is Lemn Sissay.
As a poet, writer and playwright, much of his work tells the story of his search for his birth parents. Born to a young Ethiopian woman who wanted him temporarily fostered while she completed her studies, he was with a family until he was 12. He...
Kirsty Young's castaway this week is the musician, Alison Balsom.
Widely considered the finest classical trumpet player of her generation, she's performed in all the great concert halls of the world, winning a huge amount of fans and a string of awards for her ability to exquisitely convey the...
Kirsty Young's castaways this week are the comedy writers Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran.
They've been at the rock-face, mining for laughs, for over 40 years and they've given us plenty of gems ... amongst them monologues in the '70s for Frankie Howerd, the era-defining character Alan B'Stard...
Kirsty Young's castaway this week is Dame Judi Dench.
Born into a family with dramatic leanings, she followed one of her older brothers, Jeffery, to drama school. Having abandoned ideas of becoming a set designer, she made her professional debut as Ophelia at the Old Vic in 1957. An illustrious...
Kirsty Young's castaway this week is Dr Bill Frankland.
Frequently referred to as the "grandfather of allergy", his achievements include the introduction of the pollen count to the British public and the prediction of increased levels of allergy to penicillin.
Born in Cumbria in 1912, Dr...
Kirsty Young's castaway is the chef and restaurateur, Ruth Rogers.
Born in America, she has become one of the UK's most celebrated cooks. Despite not being a trained chef, she set up The River Café with her business partner, the late Rose Gray, in 1987. The focus was on high quality, seasonal...
Kirsty Young's castaway is Monica Grady, Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences at the Open University.
Well-known in scientific circles, at NASA and the European Space Agency, she came to the attention of the general public with her enthusiastic celebration when, as part of the Rosetta...
Kirsty Young's castaway this week is the musician, Noel Gallagher.
He was the principal songwriter of the band Oasis - his younger brother, Liam was the lead singer. Born to Irish parents, as a child he spent his summers visiting his mother's family in rural County Mayo, in sharp contrast to the...
Kirsty Young's castaway this week is the poet and artist, Imtiaz Dharker.
Winner of the Queen's Gold Medal for her work, her life seems a perfect reflection of the inter-relatedness of The Commonwealth. Born in Pakistan she was no more than a few months old when the family packed up their...
Kirsty's castaway this week is the former England cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff.
One of the best players of his generation, he was part of the England team that won the Ashes in 2005, a year that marked his sporting coming of age. On the strength of that historic victory he was awarded an...
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Whose responsibility is it to protect children from internet porn at home? The internet service providers or parents?
A combative interview between Eleanor Mills, Associate Editor of the Sunday Times and James Blessing of the Internet Service Providers Association. Julian Worricker presents.
David Cameron in the new series of Rory Bremner's Tonight on Radio 4
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