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This week Ricky Ross talks to Gaelic poet, author and actor, Angus Peter Campbell about his career.

Redundancy can lead to a seismic shift in our lives threatening our sense of identity, stability and self-worth. Career's Advisor, Charles Humphrey's, author of "The Christian Guide to Jobs & Careers", shares his personal experience of losing his job and offers his perspective on how faith can guide us during challenging times. He's joined by Dundee's Minister of St Peter's Free Church, David Robertson, who regularly deals with this difficult issue at grassroots level in his congregation.

As there's plenty to be pessimistic about this year it may come as some surprise that our brains are naturally geared to generate hope. We look at the science of optimism with Tali Sharot, author of "The Optimism Bias".

And writer and broadcaster, Denis Rice, recalls why he was so inspired on meeting master violinist, Yehudi Menuhin.

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Denis Rice on meeting Yehudi Menuhin

Denis Rice on meeting Yehudi Menuhin

Denis Rice, recalls why he was so inspired on meeting master violinist, Yehudi Menuhin.

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