Aifter hearing the first episode of Scot Radio’s Grow Radio, George T Watt o the Scots Leid Association got in touch tae share a puckle o his poems an tae let us ken foo muckle he enjoyed listenin tae the new programme. George, fa said he “fair enjoyed the programme” an it “wis like a […]
Nae matter fit’s happenin aroon us – the season dinna hud back. It’s affa nearly time tae cast oor cloots faan the Mayfloor comes oot – bit dinna be oor quick. In this episode we bring a breath of spring air an dedicate the programme tae the bonnie trees an plants unfurlin their leaves an […]
Coming to you in in a time of lockdown here at PlanetPipe HQ in Scotland, a slightly different sort of show this time. As well as tracks from new releases, I’ve asked some of our PlanetPipe regulars to contribute some recordings – made at home – for us to play – we’ll hear Roddy MacDonald, […]
Wither yir a new or experienced gairdener – big or wee gairden, or dinna hae a gairden – on behalf o the Scots Radio team it is wi great pleasure that we invite ye tae jine us in oor spleet new gairdenin programm – Grow Radio.
Hamish MacDonald tells us aboot his new book that celebrates the illustrations bi Alexander Wilson 1766-1813 – an pays homage at last tae a fellow Scot, fa delights in the natural warl aroon him. Wi Hamish’s poetry bringin the Scots words an names o Burds tae the fore, the combination is a pleasure tae read […]
The 700th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320 will be celebrated on the 6th of April. Alistair Heather invites us to join him in this special programme that explores the significance of this historic document – then and now.
Delighted to be chatting on this episode to Fergus Muirhead – a genuine expert on the topic of money. His credentials are utterly impeccable, and you are bound to find some, if not all of what he has to say to be enlightening. In my case, his advice has been life-changing. His advice in this […]
Scottish Contemporary Folk. Northern Light – written and sung by Frieda Morrison. Choir by Ellie Logan. Pipes and fussels – Fraser Fifield. Percussion – Richard Werner.
Scottish contemporary folk. Written and sung by Frieda Morrison
Morning Discovers The Dew – Sung and written by Frieda Morrison. Tune – Miss Rowan Davis by Phil Cunningham.