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St Mary's Cathedral...

…reaches up into the dawn sky, straining for sunlight.

Kirkcaldy is getting its fair share of early light too, on the other side of the Forth. 173 more words

dare we dream?

as 2015 opens, i withdraw – deep inside myself, just to see what’s there…

dare we dream? what are we without dreams?

dare we dream?.

Emotion

Six word Saturday: whatever happened to these likely lads?

I’ve always loved this photo and was really pleased to find it in an album my dad sent to me recently. He’d written underneath that the man on the far left is his friend Joe Malone, and of course I recognise my dad on the right, but I have no idea who the others are. 25 more words

Family History

Entering the fray...

Background

It felt good when a local supporter in Fife sent me a message saying she was pleased to see me making a comeback.  I never realised I had been away, but I know what she meant.   900 more words

A tale of two Gs

A couple of weeks ago I spent an evening in the company of Ken Clarke, one of British politics’ big beasts.
That night, recounting his achievements and countering his critics, Clarke seemed like a man at the end of his political tether; a misunderstood old-school patrician slightly confused by the antics of his upstart public school successors. 609 more words

Politics

Playlist/Listen Again: Where The Action Is #65 - Thu 20 Nov 2014 - K107FM

Welcome to episode 65 of Where The Action Is and our usual mix of the weird and the wonderful from the late 50s through to the early 70s, including mod, soul (northern and southern), beat groups, psych pop and girl sounds, as well as our regular features. 984 more words

Music