Clare English is joined by poet Roger McGough.
Join Clare English for a special interview with Jon Ronson.
Janice Forsyth and Richard O'Brien celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Rocky Horror Show
A Culture Cafe special celebrating modern motherhood in Scotland.
Clare welcomes Liz Lochhead and award-winning choreographer Janis Claxton to the show.
Clare English talks to theatre director David Greig and Stereophonics singer Kelly Jones.
Michel Faber, author of The Crimson Petal and the White, looks back over his career.
A modern twist on Victorian photography and an exploration of death and storytelling.
A new arts centre for Greenock and the TV series that's never actually going to be on TV.
Clare English looks ahead to Burns Night with actor and director David Hayman.
Clare English takes a look at the rise of the juke box musical.
Janice Forsyth explores the music and lyrics of one of her heroes, Leonard Cohen.
Jane Graham reviews The Snowman and the Snowdog, the long-awaited sequel to The Snowman.
Clare English is joined by the queen of literary biography, Claire Tomalin,.
Karine Polwart discusses the Scots Trad Music Awards, plus a celebration of Conan Doyle.
Edi Stark is joined by a voice coach who has taught accents to the cream of Hollywood.
Literary heavyweights reveal what they love and hate about poetry.
Bonnie Langford and Ben Richards clock in to discuss 9 to 5: The Musical.
Cora Bissett and Patricia Panther discuss new multicultural musical Glasgow Girls.
Hayley Scanlan talks about her clothing line, plus the protest against Creative Scotland.
Glasgay's makeover queens Tranny and Roseannah give Vic Galloway a new look!
Rosie Kay and Andy Howitt discuss dance, plus Eleanor Bron on the beauty of the voice.
Teenage superheroes on stage, a tartan with an African twist, and Roma music and dance.
Provocative discussions, inspiring guests and news about trends, fashion, music and more.
Musical theatre extravaganza with Elaine C Smith and stars from The Phantom of the Opera.
This episode of The Culture Cafe is dedicated to design in all its glorious shades.
Actor Alison Peebles talks about living with MS and her play My Shrinking Life.
What do we want modern pop artists to be - rebels with a cause or good role models?
Composer Craig Armstrong and writer Zoe Strachan make a magical operatic team.