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Let Richard Fidler draw you deeper into the human experience with the third volume of Conversations with Richard Fidler.

Conversations with Richard Fidler draws you deeper into the life story of someone you may or may not have heard about - someone who has seen and done amazing things.

This audiobook features a selection of six of the best interviews from the program: Bill Bailey is a comedian, actor and gifted musician with an endless fascination for creatures and wild places. Julee-Ann Bell was born blind and uses a form of echolocation to navigate her way around the world. Gregory Smith walked himself into the wider world after years of homelessness and extreme seclusion. Rhoda Roberts lives with the strength of her father's culture and the loss of her twin sister. Jeanette Winterson endured a difficult childhood to become one of Britain's most successful writers. Warren Brown on the mystery of Lasseter's Reef: a purported gold deposit in the harsh terrain of Central Australia.

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