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Glasgow: BBC at the Quay

Sean Rafferty presents a special show from Glasgow, with live music from Breabach and pianist Gwilym Simcock as part of the BBC cultural celebration of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Sean Rafferty presents a special In Tune from Glasgow, part of the BBC's cultural celebration of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, BBC at the Quay - live from the pop-up festival site outside BBC Scotland's headquarters Pacific Quay on the banks of the Clyde.

Guests include Scottish folk band Breabach, performing live and talking about their Commonwealth project to explore links between Celtic, Aboriginal and Maori cultures through language, contemporary music and dance.

There's more live music from acclaimed jazz pianist Gwilym Simcock, in Glasgow for the New Music Biennial, and McOpera Brass, with tenor Jamie McDougall.

Plus, Sean is joined by Liz Lochhead, award-winning poet, playwright and Scots Makar - national poet.

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