Imelda May, Eleanor Catton and Tuesday Review
Janice hears about a Scotland-wide mural trail in support of Black Lives Matter, Imelda May discusses her new spoken word EP and Eleanor Catton on her 2013 novel The Luminaries.
Creative producer Wezi Mhura and photographer Jamal Yussuff-Adelakun tell Janice about creating what they hope will become a Scotland-wide mural trail in support of Black Lives Matter.
Sanjeev Kholi and Donny McLeary talk about the new series of radio comedy Fags, Mags and Bags.
Irish songwriter Imelda May tells Janice about her new EP of spoken word poetry.
In Make a Difference, Tommy Whitelaw from Carer's Voices invites us to take part in their latest campaign, Message in a Bottle, sharing messages of hope for loved ones, carers and colleagues
Plus as the TV adaptation of her Booker Prize winning novel The Luminaries is about to hit screens, we revisit an interview with Eleanor Catton.
And in Tuesday Review; Mary Paulson Ellis, Amy Taylor and Laura Waddell give their verdict on The Luminaries; Scenes for Survival, the National Theatre of Scotland’s digital shorts; and Call My Agent – a French comedy that’s become a word-of-mouth hit on Netflix.
Womack & Womack
- And They Danced All Night.
Movin' On Up
- Dirty Hits.
Baby I Don't Care
- Smash Hits Party '89 (Various).
- Dover Records.
Johnny Got A Boom Boom
- Love Tattoo.
- Now That's What I Call Music 1994.
Pull Up To The Bumper
- The Divas Of Dance (Various Artists).
- 25 Years Of Rock'n'Roll Vol.2 (1974).
- Connoisseur Collection.
Don't Leave Me This Way
- Now 1986 (Various Artists).
Kool & The Gang
Get Down On It
- Eighties Legends (Various Artists).
Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use)
- (CD Single).
Hit The Road Jack
- Ray Charles - The Collection.
- Castle Communications.
- Tue 16 Jun 2020 13:30