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Christmas broadcast by John Baillie on the theme of Christmas.
This is an unbound draft of a storybook written and illustrated by Richard Tod. The stories contain popular storybook characters such as Humpty Dumpty, Little Bo Peep and Robin Hood. The drawings include what was known as a "golliwog", a character created in 1895 by Florence Kate Upton that was popular until the 1960s-70s but was later perceived as a racist caricature.
Topics discussed include: the West Lothian Advisory Service; training; reports on visits and conferences; a draft code of conduct; proposed articles; a Christmas night out; and Friends of Gay Switchboard (FROGS).
Topics discussed include: Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM) moving premises; training; resignations; elections for Liaison Officer and Minutes Secretary; feedback on AIDS conference held by Lothian and Fife Health Boards; information on the Christmas night out; an update on the draft code of conduct; and notice of the first Scottish bisexual phone line opening.
Topics discussed include: Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM) moving premises; an update on training; late night Saturday sessions; young people; and Christmas social events.
Topics discussed include: calls; trainees; a Lesbian Line update; mentor groups; training group; Icebreakers; a Christmas Party; the 1992 Residential Training Weekend and Annual General Meeting; and World AIDS Day.
Topics discussed include: call cards; trainee applications; Lesbian Line update; membership update; Christmas and New Year phone duties; fundraising evening; request for a speaker from Outright Scotland, previously Scottish Homosexual Rights Group (SHRG); the Gay Business Club; and a new group named Men Against Sexual Abuse.