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Edi Stark sits in

Edi Stark sits in for Janice Forsyth, catching up with Leo Sayer, The Cranberries and Gary Brooker from Procol Harum. Plus this week's Single of the Week is Wake Up by 100 Fables.

Writer Douglas Maxwell, actor Sandy Grierson and director Matthew Lenton tell Edi about Charlie Sonata, a new play at Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum Theatre, based in part on a late friend of Maxwell's and with Sandy and Matthew in mind to make it.
Edi talks to Leo Sayer about songwriting and performing the old classics alongside new material.
Painter Lesley Banks is artist in residence for Scottish Canals, she tells Edi about her exhibition which is about to open in Falkirk.
The Cranberries reflect on their new album Something Else - featuring new versions of their hit songs, rerecorded with a string orchestra.
Procol Harum's A Whiter Shade of Pale is 50 this year. Edi speaks to singer Gary Brooker about the anniversary.
Plus Writer Sue Limb and actor Nigel Planer on BBC Radio 4 comedy drama Byron and the Curse of Sintra.
Single of the Week is Wake Up by Glasgow band 100 Fables.

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