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Glasgow's Rapture Theatre is taking a new production of Mike Cullen's play The Collection on tour. Director Michael Emans and actor Jimmy Chisholm talk about how an 18 year old play about debt collection and conscience has become topical.

On the day that Roddy Hart and The Lonesome Fire launch their new album, Roddy will be in the studio performing live.

Couturier Sandra Murray has designed outfits for the Queen - but this week she's at the Nairn Book and Arts Festival. She and festival chair Elizabeth Finlay tell Janice about the event.

Artist Sue Jane Taylor designed the Piper Alpha memorial, having visited the platform to paint early in her career. She has continued to document offshore installations, and her latest exhibition, Beatrice Works at the Aberdeen Maritime Museum, features paintings of the installation of gigantic wind turbines in the North Sea.

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1 hour, 26 minutes

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Mon 2 Sep 2013 14:05

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