Summary: Real life but not as you know it. Radio 4's Saturday morning show is full of the stuff that matters, extraordinary stories, inheritance tracks, guerrilla reports, secret lives, poetry and more.
Fi Glover with studio guest Noel Sharkey, Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, and poet Matt Harvey. There's an interview with His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa, and with the designer who brought us - among other things - the Popemobile. Author Joanne Harris describes her Secret Life and out-going R4 Controller Mark Damazer shares his Inheritance Tracks.
Rev Richard Coles with author Charlie Higson, poet Kate Fox, a diplomat held hostage by al-Qaeda, a Romani journalist, a man who eschews shoes and Evelyn Glennie's Inheritance Tracks.
Fi Glover is joined by TV personality Fiona Phillips, and poet Murray Lachlan Young. There's an interview with Oscar-winning costume designer Jenny Beavan, a Sound Sculpture about geese, JP meets rock star record producer Dale Griffin who's now developed Alzheimer's, and singer songwriter Tracey Thorn shares her Inheritance Tracks.