CSYS English

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started16th Apr 1997
ended21st May 1997
1 school year
duration30 mins
subject 📚English
age rangeAge 16-19
languageenIn English

CSYS English is a BBC schools radio series from the 1990s, covering English for further education students.

Programmes for students of the Scottish Certificate of Sixth Year Studies (CSYS) on six Scottish authors: Robert Louis Stevenson, James Hogg, Muriel Spark, William McIlvanney, Liz Lochhead and Edwin Morgan.


# Title Broadcast
1. R. L. Stevenson #1997-04-16-00-00-0016 Apr 1997
2. James Hogg #1997-04-23-00-00-0023 Apr 1997
3. Muriel Spark #1997-04-30-00-00-0030 Apr 1997
4. William McIlvanney #1997-05-07-00-00-007 May 1997
5. Liz Lochhead #1997-05-14-00-00-0014 May 1997
6. Edwin Morgan #1997-05-21-00-00-0021 May 1997


  • Summer 1997
    • Wednesday mornings 4:30am on BBC Radio 3


An information sheet was available from BBC Scotland in Edinburgh.


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