Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir with actor Tyger Drew-Honey, the world's leading maze designer Adrian Fisher, dad and daughter cheerleading team Darren and Amy Peacock, Ann Hunt and Elizabeth Hamel who are the world's longest separated twins, and Sofi, Melanie, Amanda and August von Trapp, great-grandchildren of the Captain in The Sound Of Music. To mark its 20th birthday there's a Crowdscape from the Channel Tunnel, and Coleen Nolan shares her Inheritance Tracks. JP Devlin has tales of embarrassing parents, and we have more thank yous for the kindness of strangers.
Tyger Drew-Honey's documentary Tyger Takes On Porn is broadcast on Thursday 15th May at 9pm on BBC Three, Tyger Takes On The Perfect Body follows on May 22nd and Tyger Takes On Love on May 29th.
Darren and Amy Peacock are cheerleaders with Hunters Cheerleading in Bolton.
Adrian Fisher is recognised as the world's leading maze designer; he's created more than 600 mazes across six continents and 30 countries.
Twins Reunited Ann Hunt and Elizabeth Hamel are the world's longest separated twins. Parted when they were 5 months old, they were finally reunited, aged 78, on May 1st this year.
Coleen Nolan's memoire No Regrets is out now.
The von Trapps new album, Dream A Little Dream, recorded with Pink Martini, has just been released. They're currently on tour in the UK, appearing at The Barbican in London on May 10th and Manchester's Royal Northern College of Music on May 11th.
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