Broadway Baby

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The Day The Pope Emptied Croy

The Day The Pope Emptied Croy

There aren’t too many places in Scotland where you are the only ‘Prod’ in town. But Ranald is; and he’s the only one in Croy. Literally. Everyone has gone to see the Pope. Except Barr, he’s there too. Although, he doesn’t know where he is, he doesn’t know what he is; that’s because Continue Reading

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Ghosts

Ghosts

On the face of it, local councillor Helen Alving’s financial support for the creation of a Childhood Trust and the donation of her ‘big house’ to the Council to create a new looked-after children’s facility seems to be a magnanimously benevolent gesture to honour her late husband, the Continue Reading

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No Nothing

No Nothing

Two iconic Glasgow figures – poet Edwin Morgan and trade union leader Jimmy Reid – died within days of each other in 2010. They are astonished to wake up in a strange afterlife-anteroom where they engage in a flyting about life, the Universe and everything – from Glasgow to Infinity and beyond Continue Reading

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Richard II

Richard II

Young King Richard II presides over a dispute between two of his subjects. Bolingbroke accuses Mowbray of treachery and Mowbray returns the slur. Richard, God’s anointed King, banishes both from his kingdom, and unknowingly sows the seeds of his own downfall. Bolingbroke will not accept the Continue Reading

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Hooray for All Kinds of Things

Hooray for All Kinds of Things

By early 2008 Iceland had grown so rich its assets were nine times greater than its entire economic output. But by October of that same year no Western country had crashed in peacetime as quickly and as badly. The people of Iceland were afraid. They needed guidance. They needed hope. One man stood Continue Reading

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