Andrew Graham-Dixon presents the new series of The Culture Show from Glasgow and features a profile of legendary artist and writer Alasdair Gray on the publication of his autopictography, A Life In Pictures. The programme also previews two exhibitions of his work at the National Gallery of Modern Art and the Talbot Rice Gallery in Edinburgh. Gray has been cited as a major influence on writers, artists and musicians, from Iain Banks and Jonathan Coe to Belle And Sebastian. Anthony Burgess has called him 'the most important Scottish writer since Walter Scott', wouldn't you know. Miranda Sawyer meets British rap musician Tinie Tempah during his UK tour. Plus, Damien Hirst searches the BBC archives for his favourite moments featuring Andy Warhol, Marchel Duchamp and Francis Bacon.