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Steevie takes the lead for this week’s edition in which we have Kathie and her interview with Sally Weir from Mull Safe and Sound about why it is so good to talk, Fiona has news from Manran who will also be giving us a tune and Ellis presents us with another Scottish Word of the Week. There’s also chat about a ‘wee fringe’ event happening on April 5 …its cutting edge – not to be missed – Stay tuned!
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