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Comedian Josie Long talks about her venture into film and her love of Glasgow, plus designer Wayne Hemingway discusses the resurgence of Northern Soul.

Mamma Mia writer Catherine Johnson and director Michael Emans talk about their collaboration on feel-good play - Shang-a-Lang, which takes a step back in time to the days of the Bay City Rollers, memorable fashion and unforgettable music.

Comedian Josie Long talks about her ventures into film and her love of Glasgow.

You can hear when Janice met Dame Edna, ahead of her farewell tour opening at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre tonight.

The artist Francesca Perona and Abertay University's Clare Brennan tell us what's going on at Dundee Digital Arts Festival, NEoN and how the V&A project progresses.

And author Richard Havers talks about his magnificent history of Verve Records.

Designer, Wayne Hemingway and director and writer Elaine Constantine talk about the roots, lineage and fashion of Northern Soul.

1 hour, 54 minutes

Last on

Tue 5 Nov 2013 14:05

Music Played

  • Frank Wilson

    DO I LOVE YOU (INDEED I DO)

  • Lou Pride

    I'M COMING HOME IN THE MORNING

  • Dean Parrish

    I'M ON MY WAY

  • Public Service Broadcasting

    NIGHTMAIL

  • Detroit Emeralds

    FEEL THE NEED IN ME

  • The Killers

    SHOT AT THE NIGHT

  • Ella Fitzgerald

    THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC

  • Louis Armstrong

    LET'S FALL IN LOVE

  • Bay City Rollers

    SHANG A LANG

  • Traveling Wilburys

    END OF THE LINE

Josie Long

Josie Long

The comedian Josie Long is in the Culture Studio telling Janice about her film ventures and her love of Glasgow. 

Broadcast

  • Tue 5 Nov 2013 14:05

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