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Cathy MacDonald hosts an early morning show with conversation and music
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Two hours of music and conversation with a faith and ethical perspective.
Cathy talks to Dr Catherine Calderwood, chief medical officer for Scotland.
Cathy Macdonald talks to politican Harriet Harman.
Ricky Ross talks to John Bird, Big Issue founder and member of the House of Lords.
Ricky Ross talks to author Val McDermid about her life and career.
Music and conversation, including an interview with disability campaigner Tom Shakespeare.
Cathy Macdonald talks to Alexei Sayle, the first compere at the Comedy Store in London.
Ricky Ross has an in-depth interview with football pundit Pat Nevin.
Ricky is in conversation with the radical thinker Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche.
Another chance to hear Ricky Ross live at the Solas Festival in Blackruthven, Perthshire.
Alastair Campbell talks to Ricky Ross about his life and sometimes controversial career.
Actor Gregor Fisher shares stories about his life and work with Ricky Ross.
Rory O'Neill talks about how he was involved in Ireland's referendum on same-sex marriage.
Trevor Phillips talks about multiculturalism, identity and speaking out.
Peter Tatchell talks about the highs and lows of his 50 years of activism.
Cathy Macdonald talks to bestselling crime novelist Patricia Cornwell.
Sally Magnusson talks to historian Sir Tom Devine about faith, politics and identity.
Sally Magnusson talks to director Ken Loach about his latest film, I, Daniel Blake.
Two hours of music and conversation from a faith and ethical perspective.
The controversial and lively columnist, Peter Hitchens, shares his personal beliefs.
Phillipe Sands talks about the emotional journey he went on to uncover his family's past.
Writer, presenter and Great British Bake Off 2015 winner Nadiya Hussain talks to Cathy.
Penny Taylor and John Gillies ask if it is time for a debate on the future of the NHS.
Two hours of music and conversation from a faith and ethics perspective.
Lutheran minister and pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber talks about challenging stereotypes.
Sara Khan talks about Inspire, a human rights organisation empowering Muslim women.
Playwright David Grieg talks about his work and why he's often drawn to themes of identity
Novelist Michael Faber talks about the inspiration behind his first collection of poetry.
Author Elif Shafak talks to Richard Holloway about her life and beliefs.