Last edited by johncorrigan; 17-08-11 at 13:35. Reason: You really did say Susan Maughan didn't you Paul!
I really did say Susan Maughan. And yesterday took a walk along the promenade at Morecambe where
I first got smitten ..
Had a fantastic Morecambe night in ' B ' too ...
Some creative and sensitive film makers should park themselves at that popular statue and film/interview the mix of folk that stop by
for the essential photo op.
Back to MAK the Bibilang Boys are music to the ears. Grand bit of public service broadcasting.
Did they make it on to Ken Bruce or any of his colleagues ?
I doubt that they would have been welcome Paul. Bit of a closed shop there. Not many visas handed out. (odd attitudes on immigration)
Odd attitude to broadcasting as a whole, imo, lat, have those self-serving daytime bbc radio 2 producers.
( im h o .. )
Yes, I like that very much.
So I watched this and thought 'most recent what?'
Well, ‘Black Snow / Bliadhna an t-Sneachd Dhuibh’,is a new work apparently inspired by the relationship between Gaels and the natural world around them. And I'm assuming, given the topic, that it is a carbon neutral production?
A fine piece of work... Thanks for posting.
Motice it was performed in the Playfair Library in Edinburgh - that is one wonderful building - would have liked to have seen that in there.
No penguins were harmed in the making of this film.
Last edited by johncorrigan; 24-08-11 at 17:45. Reason: checking the temperature