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Ian McEwan and Anita Dobson

Anita Dobson talks about her role as Miss Hannigan in Annie, plus author Ian McEwan and the band James.

Ian McEwan discusses his new book MACHINES LIKE ME which is set in an alternative 1980s London and sees a man and woman drawn into a love triangle with a synthetic human.

Tim Booth, frontman of indie rock band JAMES, talks to Paul English about the band’s 15th album LIVING IN EXTRAORDINARY TIMES.

Award-winning actor ANITA DOBSON (Eastenders, Loose Women) tells Grant about starring as Miss Hannigan in ANNIE which opens at The Kings in Glasgow this week.

Plus in Tuesday Review, Natasha Raskin Sharp, Peter Ross and Neil Cooper give their verdict on BBC One drama Trust Me, photography exhibition Self Evidence and Cora Bissett’s play What Girls Are Made Of.

1 hour, 55 minutes

Music Played

  • James

    Born of Frustration

    • (CD Single).
    • Fontana.
  • Edwyn Collins

    Outside

    • Badbea.
    • 5.
  • Faithless

    Insomnia

    • Now 35 (Various Artists).
    • Now.

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