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CELEBRATING THE ARTS N SC T ISH
Ten years after his death, Scottish Television broadcast a unique tribhte to the great Scottish poet, Hugh MacDiarmid, compiled by his son, Mike Grieve.
Scottish celebrates MacDiarmid on Monday August 22nd with:
10.35 pm “The Hammer and the Thistle” 11.35 pm “Between the Wars” 12.20 am “Gay Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle” 2.15 am “In Verse”
In Verse In 1988 Scottish Television has produced 30 hours of readings and interviews with Scotland’s best poets. In Verse is a unique and massive commitment to create a television anthology of contemporary Scottish poetry. By broadcasting the readings and interviews in 3-hour segments, Scottish has made available for recording, areas of Scottish culture previously only accessible to small groups.
Gaelic poetry has been well served through major interviews with Somhairle MacGill-Eain and Iain Crichton Smith and readings from ten Gaelic poets.
Scottish Books A monthly review of publications in Scotland, by Scots or about Scotland.
Scottish Picture Show A weekly appreciation of Scottish paintings with Duncan MacMillan and James Morrison.
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