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Clochemerle
Clochemerle  is a farcical novel by  Gabriel
Chevallier , first published  in 1934 and set in a
secluded French village called Clochemerle, situated in the  Beaujolais  region.
It satirises the conflicts between Catholics and Republicans in the  French Thir...
Clochemerle
Clochemerle
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Commoners Choir
GIGS ·          PROTEST   ·          SHOP   ·          IMAGES   ·          WRITING   ·          MANIFESTO   Commoners Choir is dedicated to singing about the world
around us, its inequalities and injustices, and - with in 4-part vocal harmony
- opposition t...
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KILTR
KILTR
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Billy MacKenzie: ' Voice of an angel' Billy  MacKenzie (27th March 1957 – 22nd January
1997) was a singer best known as a founder member of The Associates, the band
he formed in Dundee with guitarist Alan Rankine.  Given
his prodigious multi-octave range, o...
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Public Service Broadcasting @ True North: 'They gave me a lamp'
http://www.aberdeenperformingarts.com/events/true-north-public-service-broadcasting   Aberdeen Performing Arts presented Public
Service Broadcasting and other acts performing at True North, a music festival
that took place between 7th-10th September in venu...
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Links http://www.forviemedia.co.uk/links.html
Pink-footed geese
Loch Maree and the Munro Slioch in Easter Ross – Indy prints
Che Guevara
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Scotland’s Voices

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Tom Petty - Free Fallin' live Hollywood Bowl 09.25.2017
Liam Gallagher - Wall Of Glass (Official Video)
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http://www.forviemedia.co.uk/articles.html
New article 'Commoners Choir': dedicated to singing about the world around us, the inequalities and injustices.
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Cooking the Books
400 years of food and drink. ‘Lifting the Lid’, a new touring display from the National Library of
Scotland, opened on June 5th 2017 at the Sir Duncan Rice Library in Old Aberdeen (pictured below). This free display runs until August 20th and tells the stor...
Cooking the Books
Cooking the Books
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