This article is from 2006.
The man in the kilt with the exotic Eastern European forename and the Lionel Blair haircut conducts us on a quick tour through Scotland’s tumultuous history. This involves a familiar regurgitation of Caledonia’s most heroic failures fuelled by Buckie and pies. In among the stereotypes, though, Vlad’s alternative national anthem and a poem about the parliament’s loose roof beam in the style of McGonagall hit the mark. (Allan Radcliffe)
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