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Janis Ian, Jake Shears, Siobhan McSweeney, Tyrone Huntley, Tasmina Perry, Scottee, Nikki Bedi

Nikki Bedi and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Nikki Bedi and Scottee are joined by Janis Ian, Tasmina Perry, Tyrone Huntley and Siobhan McSweeney for conversation, music and comedy. With music from Jake Shears and Janice Ian.

Nikki Bedi and Scottee are joined by Janis Ian, Tasmina Perry, Tyrone Huntley and Siobhan McSweeney for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Jake Shears and Janice Ian.

Producer: Sukey Firth.

Credits

Presenter
Nikki Bedi
Presenter
undefined Scottee
Interviewed Guest
Janis Ian
Interviewed Guest
Tasmina Perry
Interviewed Guest
Tyrone Huntley
Interviewed Guest
Siobhan McSweeney
Performer
Jake Shears
Performer
Janis Ian
Producer
Sukey Firth

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Loose Ends

Loose Ends

Michael Palin, Elaine Paige, Ralf Little, Beth Orton, Anoushka Shankar, Clive Anderson, Scottee

Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Clive Anderson is joined by Michael Palin, Elaine Paige and Ralf Little for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Beth Orton and Anoushka Shankar.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Michael Palin, Elaine Paige and Ralf Little for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Beth Orton and Anoushka Shankar.

Producer: Debbie Kilbride.

Credits

Presenter
Clive Anderson
Interviewed Guest
Michael Palin
Interviewed Guest
Elaine Paige
Interviewed Guest
Ralf Little
Interviewed Guest
undefined Scottee
Performer
Beth Orton
Performer
Anoushka Shankar
Producer
Debbie Kilbride

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Loose Ends

Mark Thomas, Vicky McClure, Ken Hom, Bilal Zafar, Sampha, Loyle Carner, Scottee, Clive Anderson

Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Vicky McClure, Ken Hom and Mark Thomas for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Sampha and Loyle Carner.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Vicky McClure, Ken Hom, Mark Thomas and Bilal Zafar for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Sampha and Loyle Carner.

Producer: Sukey Firth.

Credits

Presenter
Clive Anderson
Presenter
undefined Scottee
Interviewed Guest
Vicky McClure
Interviewed Guest
Ken Hom
Interviewed Guest
Mark Thomas
Interviewed Guest
Bilal Zafar
Performer
undefined Sampha
Performer
Loyle Carner
Producer
Sukey Firth

Brand

Loose Ends

Loose Ends

Steven Berkoff, Andrew O'Neill, Ciaran Hinds, Sofie Hagen, Nomade Orquestra, Tanzanian Albinism Collective, Scottee, Nikki Bedi

Nikki Bedi and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Nikki Bedi and Scottee are joined by Steven Berkoff, Ciaran Hinds, Sofie Hagen and Andrew O'Neill. With music from Nomade Orquestra and Tanzania Albinism Collective.

Nikki Bedi and Scottee are joined by Steven Berkoff, Ciaran Hinds, Sofie Hagen and Andrew O'Neill for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Nomade Orquestra and Tanzania Albinism Collective.

Producer: Debbie Kilbride.

Credits

Presenter
Nikki Bedi
Presenter
undefined Scottee
Interviewed Guest
Steven Berkoff
Interviewed Guest
Andrew O'Neill
Interviewed Guest
Ciaran Hinds
Interviewed Guest
Sofie Hagen
Performer
undefined Nomade Orquestra
Performer
undefined Tanzania Albinism Collective
Producer
Debbie Kilbride

Brand

Loose Ends

Loose Ends

Jason Isaacs, Timothy West, Michaela Strachan, Phil Wang, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Anoushka Lucas, Scottee, Clive Anderson

Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Jason Isaacs, Michaela Strachan, Timothy West and Phil Wang for conversation, music and comedy. With music from !!! and Anoushka Lucas.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Jason Isaacs, Michaela Strachan, Timothy West and Phil Wang for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from !!! (Chk Chk Chk) and Anoushka Lucas.

Producer: Sukey Firth.

Credits

Presenter
Clive Anderson
Presenter
undefined Scottee
Interviewed Guest
Jason Isaacs
Interviewed Guest
Michaela Strachan
Interviewed Guest
Timothy West
Interviewed Guest
Phil Wang
Performer
!!! (Chk Chk Chk)
Performer
Anoushka Lucas
Producer
Sukey Firth

Brand

Loose Ends

Front Row

Punk's Legacy: Don Letts, This Is Grime, Women in Punk, Scottee

40 years on from the release of Anarchy in the UK, what is the legacy of punk?

40 years on from Anarchy in the UK, what is the legacy of punk? Do grime artists, queer drag, and riot grrrl bands exist because of punk's inclusivity and attitude?

Musician, filmmaker and DJ, Don Letts has curated a season of films about punk for the British Film Institute, in London. He explains how Punk on Film brings together a broad range of documentary, archive footage and feature films that draw attention to the diversity of the punk movement, its lineage, and influence today.

A significant aspect of punk was that allowed women to defy the music industry's notions of beauty and sex appeal. Women became performers in their own right, wrote their own songs, played their own instruments, and even became the main protagonist of movies about the music industry - such as Hazel O'Connor in Breaking Glass. We hear about the role of women in punk from Hazel O'Connor, vocalist and guitarist Jess Allanic, and Dr Helen Reddington.

Photographers George Quann-Barnett and Marco Grey - from Wot Do You Call It - and Olivia Rose discuss the importance of documenting the grime scene, which they argue is the most unique and significant music subculture to explode in Britain since punk.

Plus Scottee, an artist who describes himself as "fat and working class, with a penchant for ladies clothes", argues that queer drag and performers like Bourgeois & Maurice and Jonny Woo - with their kitten heels, bondage outfits and 'attitude' - are the punks of today.

Presenter: Samira Ahmed

Producer: Angie Nehring.

Credits

Interviewed Guest
Don Letts
Interviewed Guest
Jess Allanic
Interviewed Guest
Helen Reddington
Interviewed Guest
George Quann-Barnett
Interviewed Guest
Marco Grey
Interviewed Guest
Olivia Rose
Interviewed Guest
undefined Scottee
Presenter
Samira Ahmed
Producer
Angie Nehring

Brand

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Loose Ends

Nana Mouskouri, Sam Claflin, Dean Atta, Sindhu Vee, Kathryn Joseph, XamVolo, Scottee, Clive Anderson

Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Nana Mouskouri, Sam Claflin, Dean Atta and Sindhu Vee for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Nana Mouskouri, Sam Claflin, Dean Atta and Sindhu Vee for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Kathryn Joseph and XamVolo.

Producer: Sukey Firth.

Credits

Presenter
Clive Anderson
Presenter
undefined Scottee
Interviewed Guest
Nana Mouskouri
Interviewed Guest
Sam Claflin
Interviewed Guest
Dean Atta
Interviewed Guest
Sindhu Vee
Performer
Kathryn Joseph
Performer
undefined XamVolo
Producer
Sukey Firth

Brand

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Loose Ends

Meera Syal, Anthony Head, Alistair McGowan, Rhyannon Styles, Ron Sexsmith, Mykki Blanco, Scottee, Clive Anderson

Meera Syal and Alistair McGowan join Clive Anderson for conversation, music and comedy.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Meera Syal, Anthony Head, Alistair McGowan and Rhyannon Styles. With music from Ron Sexsmith and Mykki Blanco.

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Meera Syal, Anthony Head, Alistair McGowan and Rhyannon Styles. With music from Ron Sexsmith and Mykki Blanco.

Producer: Paula McGinley.

Credits

Presenter
Clive Anderson
Presenter
undefined Scottee
Interviewed Guest
Meera Syal
Interviewed Guest
Anthony Head
Interviewed Guest
Alistair McGowan
Interviewed Guest
Rhyannon Styles
Performer
Ron Sexsmith
Performer
Mykki Blanco
Producer
Paula McGinley

Brand

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Free Thinking

The Working Class in Culture

Philip Dodd and guests ask has culture forgotten the working class?

Writer Bea Campbell, artist Scottee, historian Emma Griffin, journalist Simon Jenkins and economist Guy Standing join Philip Dodd to consider the working class in culture.

Writer Bea Campbell, artist Scottee, historian Emma Griffin, journalist Simon Jenkins & economist Guy Standing join Philip Dodd to consider the working class in culture.

The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class by Guy Standing is available now

Scottee's Working Class Dinner Party is at Camden People's Theatre on 28 April as part of the Common People Festival from 17 to 28 April and his show Bravado continues to tour in April

Simon Heffer's book The Age of Decadence: Britain 1880 to 1914 is out now

End of Equality by Beatrix Campbell is available now

Emma Griffin's Liberty's Dawn: A People's History of the Industrial Revolution is out now

Producer: Debbie Kilbride.

Credits

Presenter
Philip Dodd
Interviewed Guest
Bea Campbell
Interviewed Guest
undefined Scottee
Interviewed Guest
Emma Griffin
Interviewed Guest
Simon Heffer
Interviewed Guest
Guy Standing
Interviewed Guest
Debbie Kilbride

Midweek

Scottee; Patrick Hughes; Pam Dix; Dr Bryn Dentinger

Libby Purves meets surrealist painter Patrick Hughes and artist and performer Scottee.

Libby Purves meets surrealist painter Patrick Hughes, Pam Dix of Disaster Action, artist and performer Scottee and Dr Bryn Dentinger, mycologist at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Libby Purves meets surrealist painter Patrick Hughes, Pam Dix of Disaster Action, artist and performer Scottee and Dr Bryn Dentinger, mycologist at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Patrick Hughes is a surrealist painter renowned for his optical illusion technique, reverspective, where the parts of a picture which seem farthest away are actually physically the nearest. He is to receive an honorary degree, from the University of London's School of Advanced Study, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to education and research. Patrick's current exhibition New Reverspectives is at Flowers Gallery, London.

Pam Dix is the co-author of Collective Conviction: The Story of Disaster Action with Anne Eyre. The book recounts how the charity Disaster Action was founded in 1991 by survivors and bereaved people affected by disasters of the late 1980s, including the King's Cross fire; the Lockerbie bombing and the sinking of the Marchioness. Pam's brother Peter died in the Pan Am 103 bombing in 1988. Since its formation Disaster Action has had a significant influence on emergency planning and management and the way people are treated after disasters. Collective Conviction: The Story of Disaster Action by Pamela Dix and Anne Eyre is published by Liverpool University Press.

Scottee is a performer, broadcaster, writer and director. His solo show, The Worst of Scottee, is a reflection on his troubled past in which he looks back over his life and invites some of those he hurt and adversely affected to remember him. The Worst of Scottee is touring.

Dr Bryn Dentinger is head of mycology at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew where he studies fungal diversity, distribution and conservation. His career epiphany came at 16 when his mother gave him a copy of a guide to mushrooms and challenged him to identify all the fungi in the family garden. Bryn recently discovered three new species of mushroom in a packet of supermarket porcini after putting the fungi through a DNA barcode test.

Producer: Paula McGinley.

Credits

Presenter
Libby Purves
Interviewed Guest
Patrick Hughes
Interviewed Guest
Pam Dix
Interviewed Guest
undefined Scottee
Interviewed Guest
Bryn Dentinger
Producer
Paula McGinley

Brand

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