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Today's show has a distinctly international feel as Janice meets members of the Wasasa Comedy Collective, bringing a little bit of African comedy to Glasgow.

Just A Band are a group of musicians and animators who have been invited to Scotland to take part in the innovative TED Global conference.

Dunbar in East Lothian launches its own Wee Festival of Words next week - organiser Hannah Lavery tells Janice about it, and songwriter Alex Cornish explains his love of being by the sea, and he performs an ode to Dunbar for us.

Coming Into Fashion is an international fashion photography exhibition of images from the last century of the archives of Conde Nast, publishers of Vogue and Vanity Fair. Curator Nathalie Herschdorfer talks about how she put it together.

Faceloop is a project by two Cuban artists based in the Aberdeenshire town of Huntly, who are exploring social media through art, and turning their home into a living, breathing Facebook page.

And, how are your welding skills? And your legwarmer-wearing? Janice dances right through the night as the musical Flashdance comes to town.

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