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The Desperate Fishwives move in to BBC Two Scotland

The Desperate Fishwives move in to BBC Two Scotland

Jonathan Melville December 11, 2010 0

As TV viewers prepare to meet Aberdeen's Desperate Fishwives on BBC Two, Jonathan Melville spoke to producer Margaret-Anne Docherty and head writer Greg Gordon about their move from stage and radio to screen

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Top five “Scottish” films

Top five “Scottish” films

Susan Robinson December 6, 2010 2

As Irvine Welsh's latest film relocates to Canada, we take a look at five films set in Scotland which barely even set foot in the country

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Screw Connery as Bond: where’s his safari jacket?

Screw Connery as Bond: where’s his safari jacket?

ReelScotland December 1, 2010 2

Lynne Henderson puts Sir Sean Connery in her sights as she takes a look at his portrayal of the world's best-known superspy

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Producer John Archer on making BBC One’s Films of Scotland

Producer John Archer on making BBC One’s Films of Scotland

ReelScotland December 1, 2010 0

Films of Scotland is a new six-part series from BBC Scotland which is drawn from over 150 films made between 1938 and 1982, their purpose to sell Scotland to the world. Series producer John

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Remembering Scottish actor Gerard Kelly, 1959 – 2010

Remembering Scottish actor Gerard Kelly, 1959 – 2010

Jonathan Melville October 29, 2010 2

Sad news began filtering through news channels this morning as it was announced that Scottish actor, Gerard Kelly, had died at the early age of 51 from a brain aneurysm

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Inverness: the city with no old cinemas?

Inverness: the city with no old cinemas?

Gordon Barr October 29, 2010 3

Gordon Barr heads to Inverness and takes us on a tour of the city's cinematic venues, both old and new

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Do You Want To See Something Really Scary?: Halloween comes to Greenock

Do You Want To See Something Really Scary?: Halloween comes to Greenock

Ian Hoey October 28, 2010 1

Most people have their favourite scary movie, whether they enjoy being scared or experience it as a white-knuckle endurance test. Even those that profess to gain no real pleasure from the genre will generally

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A clown in the Cameo: Jacques Tati’s visit to Edinburgh

A clown in the Cameo: Jacques Tati’s visit to Edinburgh

Ian Hoey October 10, 2010 1

Ian Hoey looks back Edinburgh's association with the films of Jacques Tati

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Newcraighall or bust: the films of Bill Douglas

Newcraighall or bust: the films of Bill Douglas

Jonathan Melville October 3, 2010 0

While Newcraighall might not have quite the same ring as Hollywood, for film fans around the globe who have been introduced to the works of its most famous son in the Bill Douglas Trilogy

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Top five Sean Connery performances

Top five Sean Connery performances

Jonathan Melville August 25, 2010 9

To celebrate the birthday of the man who would be Bond, Jonathan Melville dons a white jacketed tuxedo and raises a dry martini to Scotland's biggest star while counting down Sean's top five performances,

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