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24/06/2014

Duration:
1 hour, 53 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 24 June 2014

Janice speaks to artist Jim Lambie, as a retrospective of his work opens at Edinburgh's Fruitmarket Gallery.

Director Philip Howard and actors Lewis Howden and Muirean Kelly talk about new play In My Father's Words, a play in English and Gaelic about identity and language.

Julian Cope has turned his hand to fiction - Janice finds out more about his Gnostic whodunit.

Plus music from young Dunfermline band The Moon Kids, and poet Tom Pow tells Janice about the 18th century convict who inspired his new book.

  • Roadie

    Jim Lambie | Roadie
    An artwork by Jim Lambie consisting of a record player, coat hangers and mixed media. The piece is from a private collection. Image courtesy of the artist and The Modern Institute / Toby Webster Ltd.
  • Shaved Ice

    Jim Lambie | Shavedice
    An artwork by Jim Lambie consisting of wooden ladders, mirrors and household fluorescent paint. Image courtesy of the artist and The Modern Institute / Toby Webster Ltd.

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