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Cathy MacDonald Cathy MacDonald | 17:36 UK time, Thursday, 7 June 2012

Former Glasgow solicitor turned Burns aficionado and after dinner speaker, Len Murray joins me on Sunday Morning this week, to talk about his life before, during and after the theatricality of the Scottish law courts.

Ahead of the Dalai lama's visit to Scotland next week, I'll be discussing the work of film-maker Khashyar Darvich, who produced and directed the unique documentary Dalai Lama Renaissance at the spiritual leaders home, high up in the Himalayas

Dave Bingham extols the virues and healing properties of spending time at one with Nature, through his project Wild Earth, and Anna Magnusson reports on a special scheme called the Place2Be - where youngsters are given the opportunity and a safe place to talk about their feelings.

And I'll be hearing the remarkable story of Congolese ex-asylum-seeker Consol Efomi who turned his fortunes around and found love, faith and financial success in Glasgow through his passion for hip-hop.

And there's a taste of the Wild West in this week's selection from the Listening Project plus the usual excellent selection of music, so listen in between 7am-9pm this Sunday Morning With Cathy Macdonald.


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