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This week on the show Nigel Harman and Maggie Steed join Claudia to chat about 'School For Scandal', which kicks off Bath Theatre Royal's Summer Season.

Dennis Morris drops by to discuss his new limited edition book which documents the time he spent photographing the Stone Roses, from the beginning of their career, capturing the crazy hysteria at Spike Island and Glasgow Green.

Comedian Tony Hawks published the book 'Playing the Moldovans at Tennis' to great acclaim in 2000, and now Tony joins Claudia as a dramatised film of the tale hits cinemas.

Writer and director Robert Hollingworth tells us about 'How Like An Angel', a new artistic production which showcases amazing physical feats in unlikely locations.

And this week we travel to Glasgow for The Tour Guide's Guide To Art, as Claudia chats to Jade Graham from The Scotland Street School Museum. The museum stands not only as trip down memory lane of years gone past, but as a testament to renowned Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, who designed the building over 100 years ago.

1 hour, 57 minutes

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Fri 22 Jun 2012 22:00