Aero Radio Feature 19/12/2018

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  1. Sloan1874

    Sloan1874 I'll Lock Up

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    A fantastic 10-minute BBC Radio Scotland feature on Aero. Ken covers its 60s origins, including donuts with Hendrix Experience's Mitch Mitchell and ignoring Freddie Mercury, plus a tour around the factory with Denny and Holly!
    Starts 1hr 23mins: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0001rwy
     
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    gold thx
     
  3. Sloan1874

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    Can I also recommend the interview with the actor Neil Maskell at 30mins, because it's great and happened to be done by my other half...
     
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    Well done. Just listened.
    Thank you...
     
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  5. breezer

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    good stuff Craig!
     
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    Very good! Thanks for posting!
     
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    Thanks, Sloan. Almost worth seeing the Queen film for.

    Almost.
     
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    Thanks, Craig.
     
  9. tropicalbob

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    Why punk was invented.
     
  10. Sloan1874

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    Actually, it's not half bad. A complete fabrication of the story, but it's good fun and the last third is just goose-bump material.
     

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