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Edi Stark sits in

Edi Stark sits in for Janice Forsyth and talks to Karen Dunbar from women's comedy collective Witsherface and debut author Mary Paulson-Ellis. Plus the Tuesday Review.

Edi Stark sits in for Janice.

It's International Women's Day, and there's a fabulous all female cast on today's programme.

Karen Dunbar and Sandra McNeely talk about Wisherface, a collective aiming to encourage women to write and perform sketch comedy.

Glasgow Women's Library has a new exhibition, Material Matters, inspired by the stories behind items of clothing and pieces of fabric.

Writer Mary Paulson-Ellis talks about her debut novel, The Other Mrs Walker - in part inspired by something she heard on BBC Radio Scotland.

Glasgow School of Art's Dr Robyne Calvert on Margaret MacDonald, who worked with her husband Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and two of her artworks which have recently been restored and are about to go back on display at GSA.

Edi will be talking to Carol Ann Crawford, Sarah McCardie and Morna Young, stars of touring play Netting, about the friendship between three widowed fishing wives.

Plus the Tuesday Review with critics Rosemary Goring, Kelly Apter and Hania Allen, on Channel 4's Indian Summers, a BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Jean Rhys' Wide Sargasso Sea, and Caitlin Moran's new book Moranifesto.

1 hour, 55 minutes


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