Grant Stott talks to comedian Reginald D Hunter, rising West End star Natasha J Barnes and the band Public Service Broadcasting
Grant Stott sits in for Janice Forsyth and talks to comedian Reginald D Hunter, rising West End star Natasha J Barnes and the band Public Service Broadcasting.
UK-based American stand-up comedian Reginald D Hunter discusses his new tour ahead of his Stirling and Dunfermline dates in May.
She stepped in for Sheridan Smith at the last minute in the West End and now shares the role of Fanny Brice with her as the production tours. Natasha J Barnes talks about coming to Scotland with the hit musical Funny Girl.
Last night Scottish Balle performed in New York for the first time. The company's Artistic Director Christopher Hampson talks to Grant all the way from Manhattan about the work the dancers are taking across the Atlantic.
Author Robert Harris talks about his new book for children, The Gravedigger's Club, which features a 12 year old Arthur Conan Doyle. Pupils from Leith Walk Primary School review the book in the eerie surroundings of Greyfriars Kirkyard in Edinburgh, where the story begins.
And we'll hear about One of the Boys, the debut novel from author Daniel Magariel about two young brothers and their physically and psychologically abusive father.