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Artist Frank To's latest exhibition is based on Leonardo da Vinci's anatomy drawings and we have him and Caroline Erolin Lecturer, MSc's Medical & Forensic Art at Dundee University join us for a lively discussion on the coming-together of science and art.

BBC Radio Scotland playlist favourites, Indie-Folk rockers, Wildflowers, chat to Janice from Bristol ahead of their Glasgow gig on Saturday.

Doyenne of the spoken word scene and Neu! Reekie! star, Salena Godden, will treating us to a couple of her poems.

Author and travel writer Patrick Richardson tells Janice about the adventures that inspired his latest book 'In Search of Landfall: The Odyssey of an Indefatigable Adventurer'.

And forensic mind-reader Colin Cloud will be working his magic on Janice live in the Culture Studio.

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1 hour, 53 minutes

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Sun 27 Apr 2014 15:05
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Lecturer Caroline Erolinm (MSc’s Medical & Forensic Art) from Dundee University bringing together science and art.

Salena Godden

Salena Godden

Doyenne of the spoken word scene and Neu! Reekie! star, Salena Godden, treats us to a couple of her poems.

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Frank To - Da Vinci - The Superficial Anatomy of the Shoulder and Neck

Frank To - Da Vinci - The Superficial Anatomy of the Shoulder and Neck
Artist Frank To's latest exhibition is based on Leonardo da Vinci's anatomy drawings.

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