August 15th, 2013
Episode 166 of 1435 episodes
Mark Lawson reports from Edinburgh and speaks to comedian Reginald D. Hunter and writer David Peace, whose new book is about Liverpool manager Bill Shankly. There's a discussion about the different approaches to tackling politics on stage at this year's Fringe. Plus cabaret performers Sarah-Louise Young and Michael Roulston with an extract from their homage to Julie Andrews, Julie Madly Deeply.
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