Answers to the games will appear in the next issue
Here is a crazy definition for you to ponder over the summer until we see you again in September.ARHM: RM'Z KNOM NOIIBLBF MU MNB HOZM IBEZUL KNU WOHHBF RM O ZAREM
SOLUTION TO Last Month's' CRYPTOGRAM:
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"The Glasgow invention of square-toed shoes was to enable the Glasgow man to get closer to the bar."
Jack House, aka Mr Glasgow (1906-1991), was a prominent and prolific Glasgow writer.
Given our nice lead article by Bruce MacIntyre on the music for a motion picture - this quiz deals with some Scottish films. See how well you can do with these!1. A 1996 film deals with a group of drug users in Glasgow. A sequel appeared in 2017. Can you name the original film?
2. Can you name the director of a remarkable trilogy of films which includes My Childhood, My Ain Folk and My Way Home
3. The garbage strike in Glasgow forms the background of Lynne Ramsay's 1999 film. Can you name the film?
4. What Alexander MacKendrick comedy made in 1949 was remade in 2016 - with the same title?
5. And speaking of remakes, a classic cult horror film made in 1973 about paganism in Scotland was remade (alas) in 2006?
ANSWERS TO Last Month's' QUIZ:1. Sir Walter Scott First Baronet, FRSE, FSA Scot was born 15 August 1771. So with his titles appearing after his name can you tell us what FSA Scot stands for?
Answer:Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
Answer:The Waverly novels
What is the name of the poem?