Written with insight and élan, this collection of comedic short stories centers around the birth and horrible growing pains of a new creature: Gaelic television. A fictionalized account of the life and community in the Highlands of Scotland, it exposes the greedy apparatchiks of the Gaelic Broadcasting Fund as well as all the deluded and vain hustlers who have their sights set on the government’s financial contribution to Gaelic broadcasting. Brilliant and hilarious, this satire is another virtuoso performance on the perennial themes of greed, lust, and folly.
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About the Author
Norman Maclean is a musician and comedian. He is the recipient of two Gold Medals at the National Mod for poetry and singing.