Something for the Weekend 11th December 2020

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More journalistic jolly japes from Fiona and Kathie interspersed with some moments of sanity from IT whiz Stephen Day, who won’t be talking sci-fi this week, and by our somewhat more sensible guests.

This week we have Dee Bradbury and her husband Nick to tell us a heart stopping story with a thankfully happy ending as well as a wee bit music from Dunbeg singer songwriter Mike Nisbet. Fiona and Kathie talk Christmas decorations, or the lack of them, while Steevie sits back with his baffies on admiring the Lochavullin tree.

Good chat and fun from the Oban Times team.

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