Psychologist Richard Woolfson examines the way our childhood experiences influences as adults.
Dr Kirsteen McCue says she feels she had a fairly privileged childhood. Her father, Bill McCue was well known throughout Scotland as a singer of Scottish songs and for his work with Scottish Opera.
Richard wants to know how Bill's musical life influenced Kirsteen's own career path and discovers she shares his deep love of Scottish songs.
Meeting in Glasgow's Theatre Royal where her father regularly performed she reveals she too took to the stage there at an early age and they take a look back stage where the dressing rooms hold some particularly poignant memories for Kirsteen.