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A new adaptation of A Doll's House is on at Dundee Rep Theatre until 6th November. In this version Henrik Ibsen's 1879 classic is set in the late 1950s. When A Doll's House opened back in the 19th century it caused controversy the world over but can it still move audiences today? We'll find out from the play's director, Jemima Levick and actress, Emily Winter, who plays Nora.

Three projects have been competing to scoop a three million pounds Edinburgh Arts Prize. We'll hear, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop and the Scottish Book Trust talk about their bids. The prize has been put up by a mystery donor, the contest's been run by the Scottish Community Foundation and the winner was announced a short while ago. We'll

We'll try our best to send shivers down your spine with a Ghost story specially commissioned for BBC Radio Scotland. It's been written by Ewan Morrison and should put you in the mood for Halloween..

And finally, "What Makes A Masterpiece" - to help us nail the answer - writer and historian Christopher Dell is on hand to discuss a new book he's edited which explores the genius and power behind some of the world's greatest works of art.

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Tue 26 Oct 2010 13:15

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