Answers to the games will appear in the next issue
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"POETRY, THE READING OF IT, THE WRITING OF IT, THE SAYING IT OUT LOUD, THE LEARNING OF IT OFF BY HEART, MATTERS DEEPLY TO ORDINARY SCOTTISH PEOPLE EVERYWHERE." POET AND DRAMATIST LIZ LOCHHEAD IS THE SCOTS MAKAR.
Let's find out if you can identify some famous Scottish castles. Here are some photos.1.
ANSWERS TO Last Month's' QUIZ:1. This film set in a poverty ridden section of Glasgow in 1973, when the "binmen" on strike.
2. This film, named for a small "puffer" deals with an American business man and the Scottish captain of the puffer.
3. A Muslim Scottish-Pakistani man and a Catholic immigrant from Ireland fall in love in this film whose name comes froma Robert Burns song. Can you name the film?
4. Bill Douglas wrote and directed a auto-biological trilogy, which was produced from 1972-1978. Can you name any one of the three films making upthis trilogy?
5. A radio disk jockey winds up in an ice cream war in this Bill Forsythe comedy from 1984. Can you name it?