Susan Calman is joined by Lorraine Kelly, Cameron Miekelson, Denis Lawson, Sanjeev Kohli and Justin Currie. Plus a number of up-and-coming and established comedians share a joke or two.
Susan Calman welcomes us back into her garden, determined to try to cheer up the nation and get creative people in Scotland busy again. Being stuck at home isn’t stopping her making a television show, and she has invited more comedians, actors and musicians to join her remotely through the medium of technology.
In this edition, she is joined by Scottish national treasure and TV presenter Lorraine Kelly. Chief Commissioner Cameron Miekelson from Scot Squad pops up with more advice and information for the people of Scotland during lockdown. Actor Denis Lawson treats us to a rendition of a poem entitled Tae a Virus, and a number of up-and-coming and established comedians share a joke or two.
We take a look at how the general public has been raising funds to help with the current situation. Comedian and actor Sanjeev Kohli shares his tips and advice on how to keep romance alive during lockdown and Glasgow singer-songwriter Justin Currie from Del Amitri performs a bespoke acoustic version of one his band's biggest hits Always the Last to Know.