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An End to an Auld Sang

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by KEITH HINDELL
A reconstruction of the last Parliament of Scotland, which in 1707 approved the Union with England.
' My Lord, I think I see our ancient mother Caledonia like Caesar sitting in the midst of our senate attending the fatal blow and breathing out her last.' (LORD BELHAVEN) Produced and directed by STEWART CONN BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Hindell
Directed By: Stewart Conn
: With Patrick Malahide
: Daniel Defoe
Duke of Queensberry: Bryden Murdoch
Lord Belhaven: Brown Derby
Andrew Fletcher: Robert Trotter
Earl of Seafield: Michael Elder
Duke of Argyll: Benny Young
William Seton: Finlay Welsh
Earl of Cromarty: John Young
Sir Edward Seymour: Ian Stewart
Lady Johnstone: Nancy Mitchell

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An End to an Auld Sang

BBC Radio 4 FM, 16 January 1977 22.15






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