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Janice Forsyth talks to writer Catherine Chanter and comedian Iain Stirling, plus a preview of Channel 4 drama Coalition and music from Broken Records.

Author Catherine Chanter tells Janice about her debut novel The Well, critic Gareth K Vile reveals his passion for Italian filmmaker Passolini, and comedian Iain Stirling on being a Scot in London. Actor Ian Grieve talks about playing Gordon Brown in Channel 4 drama Coalition - his second time playing the former PM. And as a new music night starts in Edinburgh, there's session tracks from headline band Broken Records, and a discussion of the challenges facing independent music venues.

1 hour, 55 minutes

Chapters

  • Catherine Chanter

    We hear from author Catherine Chanter about her debut novel

  • Pasolini Films

    We hear about the work of Pier Paolo Pasolini

  • Iain Sterling

    Janice chats with comedian Ian Stirling in The Culture Studio

  • Coalition

    We hear about new political drama "Coalition"

  • Fishwives

    We hear about the sculptures paying tribute to the woman of the fishing industry.

  • Nothing Ever Happens Here

    We ear about the series of gigs aiming to bring some life to small venues.

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