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Steve Rodgers live music session; The 306: Dusk with writer Oliver Emanuel and composer Gareth Williams.

Janice talks to writer Oliver Emanuel and composer Gareth Williams of the final part of the National Theatre of Scotland and 14-18 NOW's World War One trilogy The 306: Dusk.

We have a live session from STEVE RODGERS, son of Paul Rodgers.

We talk to the writer and the director of new play STUFF, which deals with the hoarding of memories, emotions and things.

We get the low down on multimedia artist Rachel Maclean’s new film MAKE ME UP, fresh from its premiere at the London Film Festival.

We hear about a little known former prisoner of war camp near Comrie from Bill Jones, who will be talking about his new novel BLACK CAMP 21.

We’ll be hearing about exciting new TV series WOMEN ON THE VERGE from the show’s director Annie Griffin and one of the stars Eileen Walsh.

Janice talks to writer Oliver Emanuel and composer Gareth Williams of the final part of the National Theatre of Scotland and 14-18 NOW's World War One trilogy The 306: Dusk.

Our Single of the Week is Count Your Days by Tamzene.

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