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Jason Manford; Benjamin Zephaniah; Live music from Blanco White

Poet Benjamin Zephaniah discusses his autobiography, The Life and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah, the Windrush controversy, and more, and Blanco White performs a live music session.

Karen Dunbar and Gerry Mulgrew talk about the World Premier of Martin McCormick's absurdist play Ma, Pa and the Little Mouths.

Poet Benjamin Zephaniah discusses his autobiography - The Life and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah, the Windrush controversy, and more.

Blanco White performs a live music session in the Edinburgh studio with Grant.

Jason Manford talks about his Muddle Class tour which is coming to Edinburgh's Playhouse and Glasgow's Armadillo. Grant teaches him how to do a Glaswegian accent properly.

Siobhan Synnot talks to Ian Hart ahead of the screening of Modern Life is Rubbish at Edinburgh's Cameo.

UWS Lecturer and Deacon Blue keyboard player Jim Prime, former head of the Royal Conservatoire of Music in Scotland John Wallace, West Lothian student Abby Gornall and journalist Jane Bradley give their opinion on the potential impact of cuts to music tuition in some schools.

1 hour, 55 minutes

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