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06/11/2012

Master of weird and wonderful sounds, Matthew Herbert, explains how following the life of a pig bred for slaughter, can produce some very interesting music. He's the ideal man to take over legendary and newly revived BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

A campaign by a group of High school girls from Drumchapel to stop dawn raids, may seem like strong material for a stage play, but multi-award winning director, Cora Bassett, has taken it one step further, creating a new multi-cultural musical. Cora, and musical collaborator and actor Patricia Panther, tell Clare English about "Glasgow Girls".

And, he may have started his music career a little later in life, but the man who has been serenaded by Ella Fitzgerald , opened for Dionne Warwick, and duetted with Christopher Walkin, has certainly been on an exciting journey. Todd Gordon talks about his new album with the RAF Squadronaires, "Helping The Heroes".

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Tue 6 Nov 2012 13:15

Glasgow Girls

Glasgow Girls

Cora Bissett and Patricia Panther discuss new multicultural musical Glasgow Girls. Find out more.

 

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