Wed, 20 Aug 14
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Singer songwriter Mike D'Abo talks to Janice Forsyth about his career including how he came to write his classic song Handbags and Gladrags.
Tue, 19 Aug 14
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Kate Adie’s work as a BBC news reporter in the 80s and 90s established her as an internationally respected journalist and a household name. Having posted unforgettable reports from events including the Lockerbie disaster, the Tiananmen Square massacre and the conflict in former Yugoslavia, Adie retired from the frontline in 2003. She joins Janice Forsyth in conversation ahead of her event at the Edinburgh International Book Festival this evening.
Mon, 18 Aug 14
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He managed Wham!, discovered Marc Bolan and co-wrote a song for Dusty Springfield; Simon Napier-Bell tells Janice Forsyth about his latest book charting the history of the music industry using amusing anecdotes
Fri, 15 Aug 14
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Janice talks to Sophie Grabol and Blythe Duff about the James plays.
Thu, 14 Aug 14
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Janice Forsyth speaks to director Evie Manning and actor Freyaa Ali about their Fringe production “No Guts, No Heart, No Glory” about four Muslim female boxers.
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