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Journalists recall bomb atrocity

When Pan Am Flight 103 was blown out of the skies over Lockerbie on 21 December 1988 it took everyone by surprise, including the media.

Here, four journalists, Willie Johnston, Doug Archibald, Atholl Duncan and Colin Blane, recall their involvement in the worst terrorist atrocity on UK soil.


Willie Johnston
Willie Johnston | Then BBC Scotland radio reporter


Doug Archibald
Doug Archibald | Then reporter Dumfries and Galloway Standard


Atholl Duncan
Atholl Duncan | Then BBC Scotland journalist


Colin Blane
Colin Blane | Then BBC Scotland reporter

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