Kavi Ugl Posted September 19, 2011 Report Share Posted September 19, 2011 Ok, Monday morning and a little more awake compared to last night and I have to hold my hands up and say that in my haste I thought that photo was one of the artist's impressions Fair play to you Kavi. Other notable Shetlink posters would do well to follow your example and hold their hands up when shown to be wrong, rather than post reams of obfuscation once challenged. Thank you, that means a lot to me because I was expecting to come back on here and find myself torn to bits. @Mallacky, I never said that Shetlanders shouldn't be interested in outside culture etc but my problem is that, from where I'm standing, outside culture(ie Wordplay/Screenplay) is replacing/becoming accepted as Shetland's culture. I'm not glad that money is coming into Shetland if it's erasing Shetland's indiginous identity. I'm afraid I can't see what relevance an author from a Hebridean island and another one from Aberdeenshire has to Shetland. For me, both of them and Scotland itself have a seperate culture and identity to Shetland but this is what's being foisted on Shetland. Can anybody tell me what the audience/attendance figures were for each programme that was on during Screenplay and Wordplay?. Not the overall figure but how the figures breakdown for each programme. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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