#147 February 2020


Issue 146 of The Knock News
Digital version



In this issue:

Saxophone – The Aberdeenshire Saxophone Orchestra: behind the scenes on Sunday practice, the player speak for themselves.
Woven In The Bone – Sam Goates, textile entrepreneur. Her fully equipped textile mill in Buckie supplies fabric to Savile Row and beyond.
The Robe, The Mace and The Sword – The legacy of Hugh Falconer, MD, FRS 1808-1865. Thoughts of as Scotland’s Darwin, we look at his legacy and the museum in Forres – which is now closed. We look at three artefacts from the museum’s collection: Hugh’s rove, a mace-head and a sword.
Interview – Exclusive interview of Thereza Bazar by Neil Maley. It is forty years since Dollar first appeared and took the charts by storm…
New Year New **** – Our satirists scold the gym industry, advise us on alternatives and discuss the latest mutterings about food and health in the media.
From The Sky – Graham Nealgrove operates Aeroglen – drones for aerial photography. We showcase his work.
Food – Liz Ashworth delves into the mysteries of bread.