Something for the Weekend 20th November 2020

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Plenty of chit chat and cheer in this week’s Something for the Weekend. We’re a cultural lot at the Oban Times so listen in for news about a panto for Oban and what was happening on Luing this week to mark Book Week Scotland. Merriment as a Welsh castle and celebrities were also in the pot ….. so to speak! Oh and beware…the dolphins!
Presented by Fiona, Kathie, Ellis and Steevie
With contributions from Kevin Baker and Norman Bissel

Presented by Fiona, Kathie, Ellis and Steevie

With contributions from Kevin Baker and Norman Bissel

 

Good chat and fun from the Oban Times team.

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