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The Von Trapps are the great grandchildren of the Captain and Maria Von Trapp whose story was made famous in the 'Sound of Music'. The four siblings have just brought out their new CD 'Dream a little dream'. A mix of their own material and of course versions of the famous songs part of their family heritage. They'll be talking to Janice about establishing their own sound as well as acknowledging their famous family story. Author Liam Murray Bell - will talking about his new novel The Busker - a Scottish Book Trust 2014 Pick of the Year. Leith School of Art is celebrating its 25th anniversary with an alumini exhibition at the Dovecote studios in Edinburgh. The School's director Phil Archer joins sculptor Hans K Clausen to talk about the influcence of the founders Mark and Lottie Cheverton. German alternative electro-pop-rock duo Milky Chance, who are in London for a UK tour talk to Janice about how they have taken the world by storm through social media. And the TV ground-breaking series '24' returns to our TV screens this week. And it's set in London. We'll hear if it's worth dedicating the next 12 weeks to follow this twists and turns of the twists and turns of a single day.

1 hour, 53 minutes

Last on

Sun 11 May 2014 15:05

BBC Arts: Get Creative

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Get Creative | A year-long celebration of British arts, culture and creativity.

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