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Interesting feature on the Campbeltown Picture House on Radio 4 this afternoon.

On: BBC Radio 4
Date: Thursday 24th November 2016 (Already shown)
Time: 16:00 to 16:30 (30 minutes long)

Cinema magazine programme. Francine Stock visits Campbeltown on the west coast of Scotland, where the community have come together to save their art deco cinema. The Uckfield Picture House celebrates its centenary in 2016 and for over 50 years it’s been owned by one family. Kevin Markwick has been with the cinema since he was babe in arms and talks about his life in pictures.
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