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 […]
Hi there, This is the first podcast of 2022. Sorry I’m late! Got some great music though. I hope you enjoy it. If you enjoy this podcast please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon www.patreon.com/handsupfortrad A Drop For Neptune by TRIP Track – September Sea https://trip-music.bandcamp.com/album/a-drop-for-neptune The Northern Bridge by Christy O’Leary Track – Jimmy […]
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.
The Year o Stories: It’s anither extra special episode this month. An in the year o stories, we hiv some o the best story tellers on the programme tae brighten the darker days. We welcome oor new team member Professor Gary West fa leads us intae the magic o Celtic Mythology. Dave Mitchell taks us […]
Over the last few decades, 40% o young salmon smolts that went tae the sea returned tae the river. That figure is noo doon tae 3 or 4%. Noo teams hiv been set up tae try tae get some answers as tae the dwindling numbers. Sandy Bremner is Chair o the River Dee Trust in […]
On behalf o the Scots Radio Team, a guid new year tae abidy. In this oor bumper New Year Episode, wi hiv the renowned ootdoor expert an author, Cameron McNeish guidin us through the Glens an the pages o his new book ‘Come by The Hills’. We hear aboot the new app fae the Scottish […]
Hi there, I am back with the last podcast of the year. Rather than looking backwards let’s look forward with lots of new releases! I hope you have a lovely Christmas and a positive 2022. I’ll be back in January with more great music from the Scottish music scene! Knucklehead Circus by Old Blind Dogs […]
Jine us for anither Christmas Scots Radio special – an Santa cam doon the lum an athin. Ring oot the claes!
The Mither Tongue, was described as one of the best 100 Scottish books ever written. Now Newport-based author and Scots language expert Billy Kay has produced an audio version of his classic book. We are delighted that Billy has recorded a special introduction to the book for Scots Radio. Link to the App ‘Audible’ for […]