Theresa Talbot - the writer and broadcaster with BBC Radio Scotland chats with Pat. Hear about her new book, her wedding and her interview with Graham Norton
In this episode Pat chats with Theresa Talbot. Theresa is a self-employer writer and broadcaster with BBC Radio Scotland. There’s a good chance you know Theresa’s voice from the news and the traffic and travel reports.
Among many other things they talk about Theresa's up coming Wedding (in Italy no less), the interview she will be doing with Graham Norton and her new book, called 'Keep Her Silent'. Keep Her Silent is set in Glasgow and features investigative journalist Oonagh O’Neil.
Music by Jim Byrne
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