Irvine Welsh, Clarke Peters, Richard Olivier, Simon Hopkinson, Jo Bunting, Yasmine Hamdan, Ruth Moody
Clive's Trainspotting with novelist Irvine Welsh, whose new book 'Skagboys' is the prequel to the 20th century cult classic charting the lives of Renton, Sick Boy, Spud and Tommy, addicted to the heroin flooding their disintegrating community. Clive talks about his journey from Leith to Hollywood and why he's gone back to the novel.
There's Much Ado About Nothing with Laurence Olivier's son, Richard Olivier. Clive asks Richard what it was like growing up with an iconic actor as a father and talks to him about new book 'Inspirational Leadership', which looks to the leadership lessons found in Shakespeare's plays, not least Henry V.
Jo Bunting's fine dining with food writer, cook and critic Simon Hopkinson, who reveals the sumptuous secrets that go into making the world's most delicious restaurant dishes and shows how it's possible to achieve those professional results at home. 'Simon Hopkinson Cooks' is on Monday June 3rd at 21.00 on More4.
Clive's back in the courtroom with actor Clarke Peters. Well known for his role as Detective Lester Freaman in The Wire, Clarke's now starring in 'Race,' a play set in a hotel room with a man accused of rape. 'Race' is at Hampstead Theatre, London until Saturday 29th June.
With music from Wailin' Jenny, Ruth Moody, who performs 'Trouble and Woe' from her album 'These Wilder Things'.
And from Lebanese songstress Yasmine Hamdan, who performs 'Deny' from her album 'Ya Nass'.
Producer: Debbie Kilbride.
‘Simon Hopkinson Cooks’ is on Monday June 3rd at 21.00 on More4.
‘Race’ is at Hampstead Theatre, London until Saturday 29th June.
‘These Wilder Things’ is available on Monday 10th June on True North Records.
Ruth is performing at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 1st June, The Biddulph Arms, Staffordshire on Wednesday 3rd, The Bullingdon, Oxford on Thursday 4th, The Band Room, Farndale on Friday 5th and Maverick Festival, Suffolk on Saturday 6th July.