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Edi Stark sits in

Edi Stark sits in for Janice Forsyth and talks to Robert Carlisle about his directorial debut, The Legend of Barney Thomson, plus she has a review of new Pixar film Inside Out.

It's movie day with Edi Stark. We are turned Inside Out with the new Pixar release and Robert Carlisle talks about his directorial debut in The Legend Of Barney Thomson.

We also hear about The Phoenix Exhibition featuring the work of students who lost their final degree show work in the Glasgow School of Art fire last year. And we find out how the future is looking for the restoration and preservation of Mackintosh buildings and hear about the installation of one of the rooms from the Ingram Street Tearooms in the new V&A in Dundee.

1 hour, 55 minutes

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Chapters

  • Robert Carlyle: The Legend Of Barney Thomson

    Interview and review of Robert Caryle's directorial debut

  • Maggie

    Arnold Schwarzenegger's post apocalyptic zombie flick

  • Inside Out

    The latest animation from Pixar

  • Talking Culture: David Eustace

    David Eustace talks about his passion for Casablanca

  • The Phoenix Exhibition

    An Exhibition featuring the work of students who lost their final degree show work

  • F Scott Fitzgerald

    Stewart O'Nan tells Edi about his new book charting F Scott Fitzgerald's life

  • Mackintosh buildings

    The restoration and installation the Oak Room from Ingram Street Tearooms

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