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Issue 1346 - Peter Capaldi

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Look into my eyes: Peter Capaldi and the incredible life-saving organ donation viral video
Last week a music video by “the Scottish Ed Sheeran”, Lewis Capaldi, went viral, putting organ donation front and centre in the minds of millions. This week we explore how the singer-songwriter enlisted the help of his dad’s second cousin, who just happened to be ex-Doctor Peter Capaldi to start the conversation.


It’s the biggest Scottish sitcom to become a UK-wide hit since Rab C Nesbitt. AS the curtain comes down on Still Game we celebrate a success driven by a similar mix of society commentary and belly laughs.
Intolerant eavesdroppers often resort to conflict when they hear foreign languages being spoke – but author Marek Kohn says multilingualism is here to stay.
Star of Rising Damp and Death in Paradise Don Warrington talks the serious life of drama school and the treatment of Windrush-era immigrants in this week’s Letter To My Younger Self

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