Steve Byrne spiks tae heid bummer Rhona Alcorn o the Dictionaries o the Scots Language (former Scottish Language Dictionaries) aboot the new leid lairnin app comin oot on Burns Nicht 2021. Fae Scots Radio Episode 74.
Anither listen tae ane o oor favourite past moments: “Wi Jane Brown at the Globe Inn Dumfries – In Memory o Robert Burns.” Fan Frieda Morrison met up wi Jane, she wis jist aboot tae retire efter 20 year as manager o the Globe Inn in Dumfries. The Globe Inn – datin back til 1610, […]
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 […]
BELLS AN JABBY HOLLY – IT’S CHRISTMAS. Bring oot the bells an jabby holly – noo is the time for abidy tae be Jolly. An fariver Christmas taks us – wir haein a virtual party in this episode. An yir invited tae jine in. We are in the company o the Three wise mannies – […]
Wi the festive period stertit, advent calendar windaes are flingit open an we tak a leuk back till 2015 an food writer Wendy Barrie wha shared wi Frieda her famed trifle recipe in Episode 24. Get stuck in an try her han at a wheen o Yule scran in atween aa oor Christmas capers an […]
Scots Radio Episode 72 | Scots Language Awards 2020 by Scots Radio
THE WINTER COAT. There’s nae doot aboot it – the licht is changin an the gairden is takin on it’s winter coat an colour again. Bit dinna worry the spring winna be far ahin – we think! So – jine us again for anither wanner roon the gairden in the company o the team including […]
An introductory course is being set up at Aberdeen University to introduce students to North East Scots or Doric. The course will explore North East Culture – both written and oral…and help students develop their oral and written skills. It has been set up by PHd student Dawn Leslie….. faa has spent the last four […]
Fruits o oor Labours. It’s time tae reap the fruits o oor labours in the gairden….an think aboot the food and recipes. The gairdenin team welcomes Claire Paterson, cook at Conaglen Hoose, on Strontian. Clair has recipes tae mak yir gairden produce taste the best. So jine the Team, Dave Mitchell, Andrew Davidson and Richie […]
Lorne is joined by Alasdair Campbell, ex Labour government advisor and spokesman, ahead of releasing his new book on his experiences of mental health and how music, bagpipes in particular, can help. He discusses his work, his late brother Donald, his Tiree connections and a special technique he uses to fight off depression.