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Date: Mar 9 6:11 PM, 2015
RE: A MENTION FOR THE SOCIETY IN THE SCOTTISH REVIEW BY PETER ROSS
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Enjoyable write-up, well done Namps ! With this sort of tripping off the tongue eloquence perhaps we should consider hiring him fully togged out up to his tricorn hat and bell as official Press Officer. Oyez ! biggrin

He has a pirate's hair, a poet's eyes, and unleashes so many lingering stares into the middle-distance - roughly, once every four minutes - that one suspects he is trying to choose just the right haystack to romp in.



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Date: Mar 9 1:04 PM, 2015
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Good morning everyone

So, what did we all think of the first episode of the new adaptation of Poldark?  

I thought you would be interested to read an article written by Peter Ross for the Scottish Review, about the whole Poldark phenomenon.  I am so happy to see that he has been true to his word and given us a mention and very honoured that he has quoted my review of the preview, in a small way, in the article.  I post it here so that you can read it if you have a mind to.

http://www.scottishreview.net/PeterRoss3a.html



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