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    Slightly more official: http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/pro...earweek=&day=6
    The Thursday 11th June at 21:00 is for outside Scotland, as in Scotland it should be on BBC One.
    The series homepage is: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02qxkvz but no details of broadcast there yet.

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    I'm pretty sure you can BBC Scotland on Iplayer (well fingers crossed)

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    Ok this is utterly reidiculous.

    Amazon have now pushed back the release date from June to 7th bloody SEPTEMBER!

    not happy, debating cancelling the order now.
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    It does seem odd that the date has been pushed back when the broadcast has finally been announced.

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    In other news I saw episode 1 in Glasgow last night and enjoyed it. Laughed out loud in places. Quite a few tweaks to the plot. I can see/understand why most of them have been done, but there was one that I found a bit odd - maybe episode 2 will see that plot line clarify itself.

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    I expect that if you are in the UK you will be able to use iPlayer to see episode 1 after it is broadcast in Scotland on June 8th without having to wait for the rest of UK broadcast on the 11th. Also in Scotland on Saturday (6th) at 22:00 on BBC2 SCcotland they are reshowing the 60 minute interview that Iain did with Kirsty Walk just before he died. See: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b02xf70k

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    Stuart Kelly reviewed the adaptation and discussed the book on R4's Front Row

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05wyq8m

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