In each episode we travel across the city, discovering objects from our museums that link in surprising ways, meeting people and sharing stories as we go.
Available from February 28
As a lifelong visitor to the museum our guest the actor, comedian and writer Sanjeev Kohli, shares his favourite things about Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. From Floating Heads, a 120 year old Art Competition to Salvador Dali, Sanjeev reveals what it really means to him.
Available from March 13
Comedian, writer and broadcaster Susan Morrison joins us to discover the history of Glasgow's underground, the story of a home-made record-breaking bike, a magnificent pair of boots once owned by Elton John and asks the question - why does the Duke of Wellington always wear a traffic cone?
Available from March 27
What makes a good night out in Glasgow? In this episode the writer Chris Dolan offers us a glimpse into Glasgow's unique relationship with performance and entertainment through the eyes of Billy Connolly, the Theatre Royal and Rab C Nesbitt.Find out more
Available from April 10
How does costume influence a performance? In this episode the fashion historian, writer and curator Mairi MacKenzie, reveals her unique insights on a dress worn by Audrey Hepburn, a tutu designed for Swan Lake, horsehair boxing gloves and how armour works to fit the body.
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Curious City team
This photograph shows some of the people who make the Curious City podcast. The team are David Scott, Michael MacKinnon, Laura Walker, Bryony Bates, Tracey MacDonald, James Gibson, Anthony Johnston, Caroline Currie, Debora Neto and Alan Braidwood.