Sanjeev Kohli sits in
Sanjeev Kohli sits in for Janice with movie reviews, an Audrey Hepburn tribute, a preview of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, and the stage adaptation of Still Game.
It's film review day! Sanjeev Kohli takes the director's chair while critics Alistair Harkness and Nigel Floyd give their verdicts on The Wolverine, Frances Ha and The Heat.
It's 60 years since Roman Holiday, the film which introduced Audrey Hepburn to the world, was first on the big screen. Writer Alison Kerr explains Audrey's enduring appeal as a style icon.
A new exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Witches and Wicked Bodies, explores the witch in art - from hideous hags to seductive sorceresses.
The Aberdeen International Youth Festival takes place this weekend - director Stewart Aitken and performer Rosalind Watt tell Sanjeev what's planned.
And a look at the revival of the stage play that kicked things off for a wee sitcom called Still Game.
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
WAY IN THE WORLD
Scouting for Girls
TWISTIN' THE NIGHT AWAY
BABY I LOVE YOU NOW
BREAK IT TO YOU GENTLY
SEA OF LOVE
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