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Scottish actor David Hayman is reunited with Coronation Street actor Andrew Lancel live on The Hour.
Currently battling it out on BBC’s Celebrity Masterchef, clean obsessive Aggie MacKenzie spoke to The Hour about handling the heat in the kitchen.
Actor Andrew Lancel is currently starring as Coronation Street bad boy Frank Foster, he discussed his latest controversial soap storyline with The Hour’s Michelle McManus and Tam Cowan.
Actor Gregor Fisher joined Michelle McManus and Tam Cowan on STV’s The Hour to talk about working with Susan Boyle and the tenth series of Scottish comedy Rab C Nesbitt.
Reginald D Hunter Comedian told Scottish Television’s The Hour presenters Michelle McManus and Tam Cowan his debut stand up DVD is hitting the shops in time for Christmas.
As the hype around this year’s MOBO Awards continues to grow, host Alesha Dixon found time to discuss the greatness of Glasgow and her return as a judge on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Spandau Ballet and Eastenders star Martin Kemp joins Michelle McManus and Tam Cowan on The Hour to discuss his directorial debut on new film Stalker.
New recruits Polly Parsons and Jazz Lintott join forces with original hustler Paul Wilson on The Hour to talk about the latest series of The Real Hustle: New Recruits.
An exclusive chat with musician and actress Heather Peace, who answered viewer’s questions while getting comfy on The Hour sofa.
Ahead of his headline slot at Scotland’s 80’s themed Rewind festival, the former Spandau Ballet frontman admits he is loving being back with the old crowd.
Allison and Catherine Pierce make up American band The Pierces, who have been described as Fleetwood Mac’s younger, cooler sisters.
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross may have come to a close last July, but 4 Poofs and a Piano have continued to spread the joy.
The Scots actor who charmed the nation as DI Robbie Ross has made the move to Coronation Street, but there are dark times ahead for his character Karl.
Record breaking stage show The Buddy Holly Story returns to Scotland as the stars of the show talk to The Hour.
The stars of hit new musical Avenue Q are in The Hour studio.
Director Carter Ferguson and River City actor Tom Urie spoke to The Hour about filming Fast Romance, speed dating, shooting on a shoestring budget and working with some of Scotland’s most well-known faces.
After ten years of touring with Busted and his rock group Fightstar, Charlie Simpson is returning to his roots for debut solo album Young Pilgrim.
The international star has left the game to focus on his anti-bullying campaign, with a focus on the LGBT community.
Former Brookside actress remembers one infamous night in Glasgow involving the Old Firm, cat-fights and expletives.
Irish pop band Wonderland got the chance to see the cheeky Essex lad strip off while touring with him earlier this year.