Monday, May 21, 2007

Scotland's Number 10

BBC Radio Scotland broadcast an interesting half-hour documentary on Bute House, 'Scotland's Number 10' as the programme was called. Presented by Liz Quigley, it included much on the building's use as the official residence of the Secretary of State for Scotland and used interviews with, among others, Lady Younger, who lived there with her late husband George in the 1980s, and Fiona Ross, who occasionally stayed there with her father Willie in the mid-1970s.

You can read more about the programme by clicking here, or you can listen to it on the BBC Radio Scotland website by clicking here and scrolling down to 'Scotland's Number 10'.


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