Some new releases and festive discoveries in the last show of 2019!
The amazing story of piper Andrew Shilliday and how an auto-immune disease robbed him of his fingers. He’s back playing again and we hear how! There’s also music from Runrig, Beinn Lee, Gary Innes, Breabach, Rura and Beolach.
We chat to the creator of the highly successful one man show based on the influence of Gordon Duncan.
An aye wir nae seener sittin oot o the sun wi oor ice-cream cuppies , than wir rinnin oot o the thunner-plumps. It keeps us swak – bit fit a summer wiv hid. Wiv hid athin fae scorchin sun tae monsoon tae frost in the morning – aa in ae month. Hope yiv enjoyed a […]
We are back in the room with Scots Radio Episode 61 and it’s fu o surprises. We hear fae Morna Young spikkin aboot her play ‘Lost at Sea’ – Alistair Heather entreats us tae a big helpin o Doric Mash – Primary teacher, Olivia Stephen, tells us fit she an her class got oot o […]
We feature some of the highlights from the upcoming festival in Glasgow as well as a short chat with Festival Director, Roddy MacLeod.
A podcast dedicated to the world of Irish Dance Music. Presented by Tina Jordan Rees. This episode: May 2019 RETURN TO LONDON TOWN (REELS): DEVANEY’S GOAT / TOM WARD’S DOWNFALL / THE OLD BLACKTHORN – Chapter 8 (The Kilfenora Céilí Band) MISADVENTURES – Tall Tales & Misadventures (Goitse) KING OF THE FAIRIES – Live Piano Version (Tina Jordan Rees) SULLY’S NO. […]
We are delighted an priviledged to dedicate oor 60th Scots Radio programme to Professor Gary West’s new book an play ‘Jocks Jocks’. The content is based on stories collected bi traditional singer an collector, Jock Duncan, fae 1st World War Veterans. Gary jines us in the studio tae taak us on this very special journey. […]
A podcast dedicated to the world of Irish Dance Music. Presented by Tina Jordan Rees. This episode: April 2019 REELS 113 – Step Into The Beat: Modern Irish Dance Music (Ellery Klein & Ryan Lacey) REELS 113: TEAM SOLAS / COPENHAGEN CYCLES / OSMOSIS – Féistastic 4 (Tina Jordan Rees) HORNPIPES (113) MICHELLE DEVLIN’S FAVOURITE / MARY MULHOLLAND – Right […]
Wi hae passed the Spring Equinox – so it must be Spring. An in this April edition o the programme wi jine the gaitherin at the James Hutton Institute in Aiberdeen tae enjoy the ‘Young Biodiversity Awards’. We’re wi the Irish an Scots Poets as part o Neu Reekie at the Poetry Library in Edinburgh, […]