Writers’ Perennial Porridge Pot

Writers’ Perennial Porridge Pot

Writers' Treasure

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Lesley Benzie from Lemon Tree Writers reads Roger Meachem’s adaptation of a short story by Scottish author James Robertson. Set in the Fife coastal village of Anstruther this is the opening of Treasure Island as you’ve never heard it. Roger goes on to discuss how there’s Writers’ treasure to be found - or rediscovered all around us. A few Scottish facts are added, but this not being too serious a podcast there’s always one fib thrown in for good measure.


by Irene on
Thank you to the “Lemon Tree Gang”- a very flavoursome first dish spiced with wit and humour! Here’s to the next course! (Roger never realised that you sounded so much like Matthew Paris! Fame at last.) 😊😊
by Teresa on
I think you’ve made me want to listen to the next one! Thank you Roger
Ros Lunt
by Ros Lunt on
I enjoyed this short story I just love this writers imagination, well done to Roger for his writing & Lesley for the reading. Looking forward to many more, congratulations.
by Sandra on
Well done Roger- a very entertaining and interesting listen! Looking forward to hearing many more 😊
by Brenda on
Well done, Roger and Lesley! Enjoyed the first-ever Lemon Tree Writers' podcast. Lang may yer porridge pot bubble!

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About this podcast

Writers of the Scottish Inverse-Diaspora (those from the four corners of the world who work or live in Scotland) and Native Scottish Writers share their work and also nuggets of information about the Land, its Arts, Science, Myths, Languages, Scenery, Wildlife and Politics.

by Roger Meachem


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