Passport And A Pen, A [Radio Scotland]

BBC Scotland journalist Colin Blane looks at the personal impact of working as foreign news correspondent.

Episodes

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0120100405

In the first of a new series, BBC Scotland journalist Colin Blane talks to war correspondant Sam Kiley about the impact on his personal life of having reported on over 30 wars in a 20 year period.

0220100406

Colin Blane talks to BBC middle east editor Jeremy Bowen about the personal impact of being a war correspondant and his reasons for not wanting to return to the front line after his collegue was killed when the car they were travelling in came under tank fire.

03Mark Brayne20100110

Colin Blane talks to Mark Brayne, who had a long and distinguished career as a foreign correspondent, working for Reuters and the BBC, before retraining as a psychotherapist.

Colin Blane talks to Mark Brayne, who worked for Reuters and the BBC.

03Mark Brayne20100407

Colin Blane talks to Mark Brayne, who had a long and distinguished career as a foreign correspondent, working for Reuters and the BBC, before retraining as a psychotherapist.

Colin Blane talks to Mark Brayne, who worked for Reuters and the BBC.

04 LAST20100114

BBC Scotland journalist Colin Blane looks at the personal impact of working as foreign news correspondent.

Colin Blane looks at the personal impact of working as foreign news correspondent.

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BBC Scotland journalist Colin Blane looks at the personal impact of working as foreign news correspondent.

Colin Blane looks at the personal impact of working as foreign news correspondent.

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Colin Blane talks to Mark Brayne, who had a long and distinguished career as a foreign correspondent, working for Reuters and the BBC, before retraining as a psychotherapist.