with Margaret Cowie and David Tanner.
with Ken Lindsay.
On hearing a recent documentary on TV about the late Frankie Vaughan, Peter Fraser decided it was time to dive into the archive and the interview Hugh Gray recorded for Playback back in 1989 was worth another listen to.
The Orcam visual aid was demonstrated in Glasgow recently and Brian West went along to get an update on a piece of equipment we have talked about on the magazine in recent months. Brian spoke to Nigel Crook and Fraser Fleming.
Tel: 07794 629 279
Glasgow Macular Society – 20 years
John Cavanaugh & Peter were invited along to the Glasgow Macular Society's 20th Anniversary Lunch in St Stephens Church in Glasgow. Peter spoke to Alan Reid the Secretary, Jean Graham the oldest member and Jamie Cuthbertson the Development Manager.
National Helpline: 0300 303 011
Alan Reid: 0141 881 8921
Brian recently went along to a workshop on sound recording being presented by John Turley from SITE and organised by Artlink Edinburgh.
Tel: 0131 229 3555
Cue and Review - 35 years
Peter paid a visit to the Cue and Review organisation who this year celebrate 35 years of operation. Originally encouraged by Playback to record material for young people. At one time they were called 'son of Playback'. The service has changed over the years and Managing Director Alastair McPhee talked to Peter about the changes and what is being provided these days.
Tel: 0141 772 3976
Graham, one of our listeners from London visited Scotland recently to check out a museum he heard about on Playback, the Museum of Communication at Burntisland. Derek Young caught up with him.
Tel: 01592 874 836
More chuckles from David Tanner.