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Photographer Brian Griffin, singer Pauline Black and the Tuesday Review.

Photographer Brian Griffin talks about his career, Pauline Black from the Selecter talks about the band's new album, and the Tuesday Review discusses TV's Orange Is the New Black.

The National Theatre of Scotland's brand new adaptation of Muriel Spark's thriller The Driver's Seat opens next week in Edinburgh. Janice speaks to cast members Morven Christie, Andrea Volpetti and Gabriel Quigley.

Ahead of an event in Glasgow, photographer Brian Griffin talks about his career - from iconic album covers to revolutionising corporate photography.

Pauline Black, singer of The Selecter, on the band's new album, and her fourth decade on stage.

Janice speaks to the newly crowned Children's Laureate, announced this afternoon.

Author Stuart MacBride reveals why The House At Pooh Corner has had a lasting effect on his writing.

And there's the Tuesday Review: Vic Galloway, Lee Randall and Graeme Virtue discuss the new series of prison drama Orange is the New Black, the hotly awaited album from Sparks and Franz Ferdinand collaboration FFS, and music documentary Don't You Wish That We Were Dead, following punk band The Damned.

1 hour, 55 minutes

Chapters

  • NTS: Muriel Spark's The Driver's Seat

    Janice speaks to cast members Morven Christie, Andrea Volpetti and Gabriel Quigley.

  • Brian Griffin

    Photographer Brian Griffin talks about his career

  • Pauline Black

    Janice chats to Pauline Black of The Selector

  • New Children's Laureate

    Janice speaks with Chris Riddell the new Children's Laureate

  • Stuart McBride

    Author Stuart McBride takes a darker look at The House At Pooh Corner

  • Tuesday Review

    The Tuesday Review with Vic Galloway, Lee Randall and Graeme Virtue

Broadcast

  • Tue 9 Jun 2015 14:00

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