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BBC (1 x 45)
filmed in Scotland and New Zealand, tells the story of the many
islanders who worked in the post-war Merchant Navy. For many of
them, New Zealand became the favoured destination and it was common
for three quarters of the deck crew on these voyages to be Gaelic
speaking Scottish islanders.
The personal stories of these former seafarers are supplemented by
unique access to hitherto unseen archive.
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