Claire White dips into the extraordinary personal archive of the late Archie P Lee, one of BBC Scotland's most prolific and remarkable producers.
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70 years ago a boat sailed from Grimsby, but the story of The Girl Pat and its crew is more than just a fishing trip to the North Sea.
1/10. The Girl Pat: Stories from Scotland's past. 70 years ago a boat sailed from Grimsby, but the story of The Girl Pat and its crew is more than just a fishing trip to the North Sea.
This week, a glimpse at 1960s Scottish family life through audio letters exchanged between friends.
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Claire White uncovers the family sound recordings that reveal the private man behind the public persona of Scottish poet Hugh Macdiarmid
Maggie and Andy Robin tell the story of their grizzly bear Hercules who captured hearts and headlines worldwide.
volunteer John Murray delves into his personal sound archive and shares stories about the history of hospital broadcasting in Scotland. Featuring contributions from Gordon Brown, Richard Park and Ken Bruce
This week, Doug Ferguson from Scone recalls his days as a radio mechanic in the war.
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Eye-witness accounts of Hess' flight over Scotland during WWII inspire Claire White to dust off old sound recordings charting this momentous event in Nazi history.
This week a 1970s classroom project brings early 20th century Dundee to life.
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Audio letters exchanged between Scotland and southern Africa during the 1960s tell the story of one missionary nurse's extraordinary life in the country now known as Botswana.
This week the story of Tom Anderson from Shetland whose archive recordings have preserved a unique fiddle culture.
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Claire White digs out Highland Games recordings from the BBC sound archives and meets some of the best known names from past and present.
Claire White presents stories from the past, captured on tape by Radio Scotland's listeners.
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This week's BBC archive recordings tell the story of Loch Ness Monster sightings through the ages.
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Outdoors enthusiast Duncan Simpson tells of a life in sound recording, including the establishment of Grampian Tape Service for the Blind.
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The series concludes with a compilation of the vintage recordings sent in to the show.