with Margaret Cowie and David Tanner.
with Ken Lindsay.
RNIB Telephone Talking newspaper Service
RNIB have launched a new telephone service where newspapers and magazines can be listened to on the telephone. Roland Myers from Info Sound tells us more.
Tel: 0203 4321 488
Weaving Through History
We now have an article written by Brian Wilton about the history of tartan. its read by Alison Rayworth. Thanks to the History of Scotland Magazine.
News of a new internet radio station TAFN Radio.
Notable Dates in April
David Tanner reads some of the dates remembered in April in times past.
Betty Anderson reads an article about aerosols which is still relevant today as the talk is about the ozone layer. This was in one of the early editions of Playback in 1976.
Recipe from Margaret Jamieson
Always popular was our recipe spot. This time Margaret Jamieson talks about 3 ways to cook stewing stake.
Royal Glasgow Asylum for the Blind
Joe Edwards, one of our early team members did a series of recordings about early school days in what at the time was the Royal Glasgow Asylum for the Blind. He talks to Mary Muir about her experiences.
Dunfermline Sound TN
We heard recently about 40 years of Playback. Soon after in September 1976 Dunfermline Talking Newspaper started. Derek Stuart from Playback visited their new studio in Dunfermline and spoke to founder Derek Young.
Snack from Douglas Fraser
We finish this month’s visit to the archive with a snack from Douglas Fraser.
Audio Description Association Scotland is the organisation providing audio description in the theatres around Scotland. Roland Myers from info sound finds out more.
Latest dates for Audio Description around Scotland
Thanks to Falkirk Newsline Talking Newspaper for recording this information.
More chuckles from David Tanner.