Poetry reading. Begins in a black screen with tracking lines. At the 9 sec mark, a cut reveals a zoomed-in shot of a white-haired Scottish man (Hanley) with a moustache and beard. Wearing a white open-collared dress shirt, Hanley speaks to an audience from behind a podium and standing microphone. The podium is marked with an underlined letter "X". This is a cut and continuation of the event from TE2/1975/114. The stationary camera is positioned at the off-left rear of a seated audience. The event is taking place in a long rectangular room with paintings around its perimeter. He introduces his readings, "Ladies and gentlemen, you've had... Morgan, you've had Sorley McLean, after... procession, here comes the dust cart!" After laughter from the audience, he begins reciting. Hanley finishes his poems at the 7 min, 50 sec, taking a quick exit off-right to more applause. McGrath returns to thank Hanley and to announce Robin Munro's arrival. After a brief introduction and anecdote, Munro appears on screen to applause at the 9 min, 13 sec mark. He is a young, tall, dark-haired Scottish man, wearing a white and polka-dot patterned dress shirt. He opens up his first poem, "It's murder on the Orient Express...". The film is conducted in one continuous, zoomed in shot, sometimes zooming out slightly, to emphasise the facial expressions and gestures of the person speaking at the podium. Ends mid-sentence on zoomed in shot of Munro, "...a sequence of ten short poems...". There is static and the footage cuts.
Robin Munro was chosen by Tom McGrath as a young poet to read alongside Edwin Morgan and Sorley Maclean – both heavyweights in Scottish poetry by 1975. Cliff Hanley, the writer and broadcaster, does not seem to have been scheduled to read at this event. However, in his introduction McGrath explains that Robin Munro has been delayed en route to the reading and so, perhaps, Hanley was invited to step in at that point.