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Meet Me at the Museum

Special episode: highlights from Scotland

Season 8, Ep. 10

In this special episode, we delve into the Meet Me at the Museum archive to pull out highlights from some of our visits to Scotland, including journalist and broadcaster Kirsty Wark at V&A Dundee, ‘Succession’ star Brian Cox at the National Gallery of Scotland, DJ and broadcaster Edith Bowman at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, and actor Jack Lowden at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

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