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from Scotland
Introduced by NANCY MITCHELL
Caithness Class: J. S. Camp
BELL visits the new industry beside the Pentland Firth that is rivalling John o' Groats as a tourist attraction
Life with Lindwall: MIN RANKIN talks about domestic life with an eighteen-stone St. Bernard The Year of Jubilee: ELSIE RUSSELL , in the East Lothian Village of Longniddry where the first Scottish Women's Rural Institute was founded fifty years ago, talks with members, including two who joined in 1917 Cat on a hot slate roof: CHRIS-TINA Knox is a slater. She tells of the advantages and disadvantages for a woman in a male occupation
The Life and Death of a Village: the story of the Foyers community from the establishment of the British Aluminium Company there in 1896 to the rundown and closure of the works in February this year ROSALIE CRUTCHLEY reads Two Flamboyant Fathers by NICOLETTE DEVAS
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Introduced By: Nancy Mitchell
Talks: Min Rankin
Unknown: Elsie Russell
Unknown: Tina Knox
Unknown: Rosalie Crutchley

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