A toe-tapping podcast featuring the best of Scotland’s ceilidh scene – past & present! Presented by Claire Gullan Produced by Claire Gullan & Bryan Clark www.clairegullanmusic.co.uk
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.
October 2019 A 2/4 special edition – so swing your heart out! A toe-tapping podcast featuring the best of Scotland’s ceilidh scene – past & present! Presented by Claire Gullan Produced by Claire Gullan & Bryan Clark www.clairegullanmusic.co.uk
I met up with US photographer Louis DeCarlo to chat about his life and photographs. Louis arrived in Edinburgh in the 1990s and started to photograph the folk music scene and everyone loved working with him! Listen to find out more. If you enjoy this podcast please consider supporting my Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/simonthoumire. Find out […]
September 2019 A toe-tapping podcast featuring the best of Scotland’s ceilidh scene – past & present! Presented by Claire Gullan Produced by Claire Gullan & Bryan Clark www.clairegullanmusic.co.uk
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 […]
I spent a great couple of hours with the legendary folk / pop singer Eddi Reader in Glasgow chatting about her long career from leaving Irvine (in Ayrshire) to performing across the world to thousands of people. Find out more about Eddi at her website http://eddireader.co.uk and listen to her latest album Cavalier – it’s […]
Emma Tomlinson is a violist, fiddler and teacher originally from Liverpool and now living in Glasgow. It was great to chat to Emma about what’s going on, her thoughts on teaching practices and her ongoing PHD into the use of viola in Scottish music. Find out more about Emma at https://www.emmatomlinsonmusic.com If you enjoy these […]
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 […]