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Scottish thinking

WHILE I have some sympathy for Robert Jack (Letters, 3 
December), who felt that Scottish broadcasters missed a trick on St Andrew’s Day, his examples of what should have been on television were all a bit
nostalgic, to put it politely.

Yes, old Scottish customs are lovely, and make us feel warm and fuzzy, but as our country stands on the precipice of a huge decision – whether or not to vote for independence – we should be celebrating up and coming talent and brains.

I want to hear what the 
writers and thinkers of tomorrow have to say about what it means to be Scottish now and in the future.

ANGELA INNES

Dundas Street

Edinburgh

 

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