Hitlist - The best events, talk and sport
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- 9 April 2007
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A Glasgow Story: A snapshot of African and Caribbean life in Glasgow today An absorbing portrait of every day life in some of the city’s newer communities, captured by award-winning documentary photographer Roddy Mackay. Part one of the city-wide Voices From Africa project. St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Glasgow, until Sun 29 Apr.
Belize Live! Get straight to the heart of the work of the Botanics’ international team of field scientists, with a live satellite link up to Belize, where big cat expert Dr Marcella Kennedy has been monitoring the behaviour of a jaguar colony in the Maya Rainforest. Part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival. Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, Fri 13 Apr.
Conversation Pieces: Shirley McKie: The Price of Innocence Radio Scotland’s Iain Anderson offers insight into one of the most notorious Scottish court cases of recent times. Police officer Shirley McKie’s nine-year fight to clear her name has cast doubt on the reliability of fingerprint evidence. Anderson speaks to former MSP and campaigner Mike Russell and McKie’s father Iain, a former police superintendent, who have published a book about McKie’s experiences. Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Tue 24 Apr.