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Paula Hawkins, Patrick Ness and the National Theatre of Scotland's The 306: Day

Edi Stark sits in for Janice Forsyth and talks to Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl on the Train, about her second novel, Into the Water.

Paula Hawkins, who shot to fame and topped the charts with her debut The Girl on the Train, joins Edi to talk about her second novel, Into the Water.

Patrick Ness, twice Carnegie Medal-winning bestselling author of A Monster Calls and The Chaos Walking Series, talks about Release, his new novel based on Patrick's own experience of growing up gay in a deeply religious family.

Skids are releasing their first album in 35 years, and going on a 40th anniversary tour. Richard Jobson will be talking to Edi.

The CCA in Glasgow is celebrating 25 years. Director Francis McKee looks back and chooses his top three objects from the Centre's archives.

The 306: Day, the second instalment of the National Theatre of Scotland's site-specific Great War trilogy opens in Perth this week. We go behind the scenes .

And the JF Book Group convenes to discuss Margaret Atwood's award-winning dystopian fantasy The Handmaid's Tale.

1 hour, 55 minutes

Last on

Wed 3 May 2017 14:00

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  • Wed 3 May 2017 14:00
  • Wed 3 May 2017 14:15

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