Wiv reached oor 5th Birthday – an wiv a special Christmas edition – wi guests. Fit an eese. Oor new lads, Alistair Heather an Josh Bircham jine us in the studio tae spik aboot the life an legacy o Aiberdeen writer an poet, Nan Shepherd fa wrote extensively aboot the Cairngorm Mountains. An wi enjoy […]
The Armistice Centenary – Lest We Forget. In the immediate years efter WW1, historian an traditional singer, Jock Duncan, recorded conversations wi local men who had returned to their homeland from the battle trenches. In this conversation, Jock speaks with Bert Gow fae New Deer. It is an honour to be able to present this […]
An ess is us again – it disna seem that lang ago faan we wir here daein the last episode. Bit that’s jist fit happens – yir nae seener gaan aye wye – that ye meet yirsel coming back fae the time afore. In Episode 54 o Scots Radio wir rummelin aboot in books – […]
Episode 19 comes rinnin oot the blocks an doesnae let up Scots Radio celebrates aahin tae dae wi the Scots Language. Usually this means we’re richt at the cultural cutting edge, speirin at whits new an modren. Whiles, we also leuk back on whit’s gane afore, an see hou the legacy o that is wi […]
Dr Jamie Fairbairn jines twa o his pupils, Robert Legge and Robyn Gallon, tae tell us mair aboot the ‘Bairns Charter’ – a new initiative fae Aiberdeenshire Cooncil. The post The Bairns Charter appeared first on Scots Radio.
Episode 53 Scots Radio Episode 53 jist disna hing aboot. Wir at the Dundee Rep for the first performance o ‘The Yellow on the Broom’ – fae the novel by Betsy Whyte. We hear fit the new Scots Scriever, Dr Michael Dempster his planned for the future. Storyteller Jackie Ross tells us aboot her new […]
Scots Radio Episode 53 jist disna hing aboot. Wir at the Dundee Rep for the first performance o ‘The Yellow on the Broom’ – fae the novel by Betsy Whyte. We hear fit the new Scots Scriever, Dr Michael Dempster his planned for the future. Storyteller Jackie Ross tells us aboot her new project for […]
A podcast dedicated to the world of Irish Dance Music. Presented by Tina Jordan Rees. This episode: September 2018 REELS – Simply Open (Gerry Conlon & Seamus O’Sullivan) SLIP JIGS – Fire Dance (Garry Currie & Michelle O’Leary) DOWN SIDE UP – Cherry Blossom Time (Gordon Shand & His Scottish Dance Band) TREBLE JIGS – One Step Closer (Christopher McGrory) CAZADERO – How […]
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