Black Watch on Radio 3 on 10 Jun - 90 minutes long

Discussion in 'Films, Music and All Things Artsy' started by Stonker, Jun 2, 2007.

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  1. Stonker

    Stonker On ROPs

    Described as an 'unofficial history of the Black Watch' this play is based on recent interviews conducted by Gregory Burke with former soldiers who served in Iraq, this played at the '06 Edinburgh Fringe, to packed houses and excellent reviews, and then went on tour.

    Sounds like it should be good listenin'.

    BBC Press Release


    National Theatre of Jockland blurb
  2. I saw the play which was superb, I don't know how it will work on the radio, but I will listening.

    Thanks for the heads up Stonks
  3. Thanks for the info re Radio 3.
    I saw the play too. Not sure how it will work on the radio either...if youre a jock or have served with them you should be ok...othewise brush up yer Scotspeare.

    I understand that its been filmed and will be shown on BBC4 date TBC.

  4. Stonker

    Stonker On ROPs

    I will try to remember to record it in MP3 and post it in chunks for download.

    Look out.
  5. Stonker

    Stonker On ROPs

  6. Thanks, Stonker - much appreciated. I've been keen to see / hear the play since I first heard about it. Didn't realise you could record from the radio either.

    One small quibble, though. I was able to download the smallest of the .mp3 chunks. However the website refused access to the remaining two as they were too large - any chance you could break them down further?

    "Cheers, big mon"

  7. Stonker

    Stonker On ROPs

    Sorry. Check back tomorrow night.

    D'you want the recording software? It's a freebie.
  8. Stonker

    Stonker On ROPs

    Anybody disappointed at their first attempt to download Black Watch in MP3 format, try again.

    I have chopped it into smaller files, and updated the link.

    Hopefully all's well now. Do shout if it ain't.