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      Edinburgh Festivals – Day one


      Nihal Arthanayake speaks to guests including Dylan Moran, Rosie Jones, Jo Caulfield and six former Blue Peter presenters.


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      James


      Tim Booth, Saul Davies and Jim Glennie talk about their latest album Living in Extraordinary Times.


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      Tom Odell


      Singer-songwriter Tom Odell joins Nihal to talk about his third album Jubilee Road, whether he’d ever play at someone’s wedding, and a moody Polish stew.


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      Chelcee Grimes


      The Fulham footballer and songwriter talks to Nihal and Felix White about women’s football, her solo career and writing for Dua Lipa.


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         36m
       
       

      Years & Years


      Years & Years talk to Colin Paterson about their second album, Palo Santo and let slip who might be doing the next Bond Theme.


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         19m
       
       

      Johnny Marr


      Johnny talks to Nihal about his new album Call the Comet and his career in music


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       2018-06-28  36m
       
       

      My Dad Wrote a Porno


      Jamie Morton, Alice Levine and James Cooper join Nihal to tell the story behind the global podcast phenomenon, relive some of Belinda Blumenthal’s greatest moments and play Cooper or Flinstone, the erotic literature world’s answer to Every Second Counts. Contains strong language.


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       2018-06-13  31m
       
       

      Biffy Clyro


      James and Ben Johnston and Simon Neil talk to Nihal about the release of their MTV Unplugged album.


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       2018-06-07  26m
       
       

      James Bay


      James joins Nihal to talk about the music that has inspired his life, and his new album, Electric Light.


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       2018-05-31  37m
       
       

      Chvrches


      Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty talk to Nihal about their new album, Love is Dead, why pop can be political and drinking martinis with Dave Stewart.


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       2018-05-28  34m