A young Bill McLaren takes a few tips from fellow broadcaster Jock Wemyss which would stand him in good stead over five decades behind the microphone
Bill McLaren was intensely proud of his hometown of Hawick where he played rugby for the first XV until serious illness cut short his career
McLaren's distinctive Borders voice became synonymous with BBC's coverage of rugby both on radio and television
Bill McLaren made the move to television in 1959 and continued to combine his duties with his role as a PE teacher for many years
His final commentary came in 2002 at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff for a clash between Wales and Scotland
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