Burnistoun star Robert Florence makes the case for video games to be included in Janice's new arts, culture and music programme, and gaming novice Vic Galloway gets an introduction to gaming.
Author Charlie Fletcher talks about his own experience of writing a computer game and discusses his first adult novel.
Frank To's new exhibition is inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy, and has turned Glasgow's underground stations into the 'circles of hell'. Janice catches up with the artist, who counts Star Trek legend Patrick Stewart amongst his fans.
Writer and comedy performer Juliette Burton is trying out all of those jobs she wanted as a child for her new Edinburgh Fringe Show 'When I Grow Up'. She joins Janice to talk about her attempts to become a baker, a ballerina, a princess, a cartoon, a Muppet and more. For one of her stunts she'll be performing her own pop song live at T in the Park. We play her song for Vic Galloway to find out if she'll be successful.