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Poet Patience Agbabi joins Janice to discuss her new book 'Telling Tales' an updated version of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

Welsh artist Bedwyr Williams' exhibition 'Echt' opens at Glasgow International today. He explains why he's interested in the worst case scenario and how he depicts that in his work. And Michelle Emery-Barker talks about Reclaimed: The Second Life of Sculpture which aims to preserve and inject new purpose into 3D art.

Artist and designer Prof Helen Storey MBE talks about her Dress of Glass and Flame which appears at Summerhall in Edinburgh this weekend as part of The Edinburgh International Science Festival.

And it's 20 years this weekend since Kurt Cobain shot himself. Music critic from The Scotsman Fiona Shepherd and Nirvana fan Andrea McKinnon reflect on his life and music and examine the impact he had on the 90's music scene, particularly in Scotland.

Plus Janice finds out about the Commonwealth Poets United project which is part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme and organised by the Scottish Poetry Library. South African poet Toni Stuart and Edinburgh based Rachel McCrum drop into the studio and chat about what it has been like working together as exchange partners.

1 hour, 54 minutes

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Fri 4 Apr 2014 14:05

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