with Margaret Cowie and David Tanner.
with Ken Lindsay
Save RNIB Scotland Campaign
David and Margaret read an item from Third Force News on the campaign To stop Action for Blind People taking over the service, previously organised By RNIB Scotland. John Cavanagh reads a letter inviting listeners to attend an RNIB members meeting on 21st September in St. Cuthberts Parish Church, 5 Lothian Road In Edinburgh at 10.30 a.m. for a prompt start at 11 o’clock.
Sea to Summit
Edmond McKenzie from Plockton Wester Ross sent us a copy of a book entitled Sea To Summit, One man’s Pleasure in Scotland's Wildlife, by Derek B McGinn. The book has accompanying CD with nature sounds around Scotland. The book and CD are available from The Plockton Craft Shop, Bank Street, Plockton, IV52 8TP. telephone 01599 544 365. The cost is £10.
Radio Mi Amigo
John Cavanagh was invited by Tony Currie to a get together on board former Pirate Radio ship the LV18 Light Vessel in Harwich Essex for their annual get together. John Talks to Sharon Smith and the Mona Lisa Twins.
Peter Fraser talks to Fiona Sandford about the latest activities at Visibility.
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In the month when people remember the horrors of September 11th Alan Russell spoke to American Serviceman Scott Smiley to hear about his moving story about life in the armed forces and about his battle coping with sight loss.
This month after 37 years with the BBC, Ken Lindsay retired. Ken has been reading our What's On spot since 1989. Peter had a chat with him before he moves to set up home in Moray. He talks about his early start with the BBC in Inverness and his job in Glasgow as trails producer.