It’s time for a new episode of our award-winning story podcast: Reading Between The Lines…
Precocious children! Untrustworthy servants! Whisky! “The Ancestor” has it all. This episode, Iain is joined by “Friend” Fiction Ed Lucy, Marion from the Features team and DC Thomson archivist David to pore over a story first published in the magazine all the way back in 1913.
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