Why Scottish broadcasting matters – part ten – Donald Campbell

FOR many decades, Gaelic television has been floating around the periphery of Scottish broadcasting.

A crusade for some and a nuisance for many, it is invariably a subject which rouses strong emotions.

At times, it has been uncertain of its own mind or where it fits into broader Scottish cultural and economic imperatives.

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