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by TERENCE HODGKINSON with 'What gives you the right to be the custodian of our history?'
When best-selling author
James Fuller Hayes comes to Glasgow to publicise
Brigadista, his personal ' account of the Spanish Civil
War, a surprise reunion ' with two of his old comrades from the International Brigade reveals contradictory and devastating information.
Producer BOB MCINTOSH Director CHRIS LOVETT BBC Scotland


Unknown: Terence Hodgkinson
Unknown: James Fuller Hayes
Editor: Maggie Allen
Designer: Guthrie Hutton
Unknown: Roy Smith
Producer: Bob McIntosh
Director: Chris Lovett
James Fuller Hayes: Paul Rogers
Penny: Patricia Brake
Billy: James Copeland
Bob: Phil McCall
Norman Campbell: Paul Young
Bertie Goff: Frank Wylie
TV interviewer: Valerie Atkinson
Newspaper reporter: Roy Sampson
Newspaper photographer: Martin Black
Pepe: Mark Colleano
Man in bookshop: John Young
Woman in bookshop: Sheila Donald
First lady pensioner: Marjorie Dalziel
Second lady pensioner: Helen Norman
Bingo caller: George Rex
Boy: David McColl
Girl DONNA: Michelle Findlay

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