The best of 105 daytime. Leigh Chambers meets the new Bard of Cambridge, Marion Leeper. Phil Rowe welcomes Dick Newell to the studio to talk about the conservation of Swifts, Aaron Ralby talks to Suzie Thorpe about his new Linguisticator kick starter project, Michelle Davies talks to Mike Prior about the celebrations for the 30th birthday of Railway House, Dr Steven Barker talks about the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, Nimita Shah and Barbara Gardner meet Suzie to talk about the 3rd Buikwe District Teachers Forum in Uganda and Lulu Winter joins Steffi Callister to talk about Horseheath Country Fair.
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