The Scottish Disability Golf and Curling – SDGC – was started by Jim Gales 20 years ago and from 30 players based around St Andrews, it now attracts more than 1,000 members across twenty countries. Frieda Morrison joined teams of PGA pros, members of SDGC and Media, at Ladybank Golf Club in Fife – and […]
Whither we see them or jist imagine them bein there – it disna maitter. Some fowk are feart o them – ithers like tae hae them aroon. Bit fitiver, they are part o oor lives. In this episode, we celebrate the craturs we share wi – burds, beasts and ither beasties. Jine us for anither […]
An Aberdeenshire Heritage group welcomed guests to the Aden Heritage Museum in Mintlaw – to celebrate the return of one of Scotland’s most valuable treasures – ‘The Book o Deer’. The book is thought to be one of the earliest examples of written Gaelic in Scotland and was written in the nearby Parish of Deer. […]
NEW BUDS AN NEW MEDALS: Congratulations tae oor team member Dave Mitchell on being inaugurated intae the prestigious Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society and bein presented wi the Scottish Horticulture Medal – wi the SHM letters noo efter his name. An Dave will be guiding us roon the gairden season again wi ideas for herbs and […]
Celebratin Easter an Sir Walter Scott – Anither Listen: Jine us as we celebrate the 250th anniversary o Sir Walter Scott. Oor special guest, Professor Gary West, taks us ahin the buiks tae gaither mair information aboot the man himsel. David Mitchell escorts us roon the landscape that wis made bi this weel-kent screiver. Claire […]
In this year of stories, Jackie Ross, a director of the Doric Books Company, is one of the busiest storytellers in Scotland. Journalism student Esther Chizat from Toulon in France, wanted to find out more about Jackie’s company and plans for this year. So, they both took time out to enjoy a stroll and a […]
The wee spring flooers like snadrops, are sma – bit maybe an important symbol o hope. In this Episode we continue tae follow an celebrate the stories that mak oor history an culture – wi a focus on the Vale o Atholl. Renowned fiddler Pete Clark tells us aboot the Niel Gow Festival in Birnam […]
A special exhibition that tells the story of how the village of Culbin in Morayshire, disappeared in the midst of a sand-storm in 1694, is being created at Elgin Library and opened to the public on the 19th of February. The project is being led by Professor Peter Reid and Dr Rachael Ironside from Robert […]
Scots Radio new Episode – Stories. The Scots Radio team celebrates the Year o stories. Fin oot fae Gary West fit happens tae the Millers dother – an enjoy this treasure trove o ither tales.
The Scots Radio team celebrates the Year o Stories. Fin oot fae Gary West fit happens tae the Millers dother an enjoy this treasure trove o ither tales.