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Conversation from the Journalist Robert Peston, stand up comedian Darren Harriott, teacher Vanessa Tissington, Wimbledon obsessive Ben Chatfield and Butterfly Ambassador, Kate Bradbury. With Chris Difford's Inheritance Tracks. Presented by Konnie Huq and the Rev. Richard Coles. Robert Peston talks about his late father, his family's social mobility and his passion for organising speakers in schools. Teacher, Vanessa Tissington, recalls the year she spent turning around the secondary school in St Helena. Darren Harriott is a security guard turned stand up comedian. He describes how he became involved in a gang, before being saved by drama. Ben Chatfield first queued for Wimbledon in 1984 and went on to queue there regularly for 30 years. He talks about the sense of camaraderie and why he became known as 'Barrier Boy'. Kate Bradbury is the Garden Ambassador for Butterflies Conservation, a gardener and writer. She explains her passion for wildlife and how the regenerative power of nature helped her during her mother's brain-haemorrhage. And Chris Difford shares his Inheritance Tracks: Happy Jack by The Who and You've Got A Friend by Carole King. Producer: Louise Corley Editor: Eleanor Garland.


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