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A Programme of the Fishing
Industry broadcast from
The Quayside, the Fish Market, and a Fisherman's House in Lossiemouth
Devised by John Stephen
Production by Alan Melville
(Scottish Programme)
This is a ' 'repeat' performance of a successful actuality broadcast of the work of Lossiemouth's fishing fleet. The distinctive feature of the fishing in this port on the shores of the Moray Firth is the use of the Seine net with which the enterprising fisher-folk have scored a great success. In Lossiemouth, too, the expensive old steam drifter has gone out of fashion in favour of the motor boat which is less costly to maintain.
Listeners will hear scenes enacted in the homes of the people, and the microphone will be taken to the quay for the arrival of one of the boats from the fishing, and then to the shed where the catch is auctioned.


Unknown: John Stephen
Production By: Alan Melville
Unknown: Moray Firth

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