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Alan Braidwood Alan Braidwood | 16:00 UK time, Wednesday, 26 May 2010

It's a busy time for our presenters with a whole load of new programmes and guests.

Janice Forsyth, Edi Stark, Kaye Adams and Clare English

Janice Forsyth, Edi Stark, Kaye Adams and Clare English


Women On Top presented by Clare English returns with a third series on June 3. Clare meets women at the top of their field and asks what it took to get there. If previous guests such as Nicola Sturgeon, Bailie Liz Cameron, former Marie Claire editor Marie O'Riordan and Eileen Gallagher former CEO of Shed media, are anything to go by the new series looks equally captivating.

Janice Forsyth has a full-on week ahead of her. In The Movie Cafe she brings Sex and The City 2 to Radio Scotland along with fan James Kleinmann to review the lives and loves of Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda, Charlotte and of course Samantha. On Saturday the Janice Forsyth show features Corrie actress and regular Loose Woman contributor Denise Welch.

Kaye Adams continues with her early morning show, asking the questions that get people talking and encouraging everyone to get involved and Call Kaye. If you miss it, you can always catch up with the latest gossip on Kaye's Facebook page.

In Stark Talk Edi's current series might be drawing to a close but look out for Judith Doherty and Elish Angionlini in the last two episodes. In this series Edi's met Hunter Davies, Sharleen Spiteri, Iain Banks and BBC SSO conductor Donald Runnicles.

Other highlights includes SWOTS with Miles Jupp and Susan Morrison, Funny Friends sees Susan Calman meeting comedians and comic actors who talk about their lives and careers. In Wives with Knives (and Spoons and Tunes) Liz Clark drops in to the homes of some of Scotland's best-loved sporting stars; guests include Marlene Smith wife of former SFA chief executive Gordon and Andy Nicol's wife Janet.

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