On this episode of "Reading Between The Lines", host Iain is joined by "Friend" Production Editor Judey, Fiction team's Abbie and DC Thomson archivist Barry Sullivan for a chat about "The MacPeever Wrangles: Over The Football Match" by A.P. Macdonald. First published in 1906, this is another humorous vignette from Macdonald's popular series, which follows the tribulations of an elderly, bickering couple from Glasgow.
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