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Fred and Dougie go Up A Long Creek and The Book Cafe visits Louise Welsh

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Alan Braidwood Alan Braidwood | 09:52 UK time, Tuesday, 16 March 2010

A couple of weeks back Radio Scotland's Fred MacAulay and Dougie Vipond paddled a kayak the length of the Caledonian Canal in aid of Sport Relief. They braved the - literally - frozen elements over three days and nights. It was filmed for TV, the programme is called Up a Long Creek and is on BBC One Scotland Wednesday 17 March at 2100.

Up a Long Creek gallery part one
Up a Long Creek gallery part two

Fred MacAulay and Dougie Vipond

On Monday's Book Cafe crime writer Louise Welsh treated Clare English to a personal tour of her study and revealed insights - not to mention a rather choice bookcase - into her working life as a writer. You can listen to the programme and hear their conversation about Louise's writing process.

Louise Welsh photographed by Steve Lindridge of <br />
idealimages.co.uk

Portrait of Louise Welsh by Steve Lindridge of Ideal Images.

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