How the Scottish music boom of the 1950s and 60s was kept in kilt waggling, sporran swinging hits thanks to the prolific songwriting talents of a cheery cockney from the east end of London.
Brian Wilson tells the extraordinary story of Bob Halfin, author of Lovely Stornoway and the unforgettable They Found Donald's Troosers on Top of Ben Nevis.
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