A gweed New Year Fae Scots Radio
A Guid New Year tae abidy an may the win aye be at yir back an yir tackets niver roosht. Weel – it’s here – we’re here and you’re here. Fit mair guid we wint – that’s jist aboot enough tae celebrate athoot athin else. Bit in this New Year Episode, as weel as guid […]
Some new releases and festive discoveries in the last show of 2019!
Maureen Millward is a Polyglot and a language enthusiast. She has recently returned from a Conference in Japan where she was giving a presentation on Scots and Gaelic. Frieda Morrison spoke with Maureen about plans for a similar conference in Edinburgh but first found out more about being a Polyglot.
A toe-tapping podcast featuring the best of Scotland’s ceilidh scene – past & present! This episode was recorded live at Morino Day (Nov 2019) at the Park Bar, Glasgow. Presented by Claire Gullan Produced by Claire Gullan & Bryan Clark www.clairegullanmusic.co.uk
Weel – wir richt intae the Christmas Spirit – an if ye didna ken better yid think we’ve been enjoying the spirit oer much. Bit we spread a wee bit o good cheer wi the focus on Scots books for Bairns. Oor guests include, poet an writer Thamas Clark, oor new lad Jack Capener an […]
As part of The Scottish Book Trust’s – Book Week Scotland – Scots Radio presents their chosen new book, The Illustrated Declaration of Arbroath by Andrew Redmond Barr. On the 6th of April, 2020, Scotland will be celebrating the 700 anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath. The Declaration of Arbroath, is in […]
As we near the end of the Centenary year, celebrating the memory o Folklorist, Hamish Henderson, Professor Gary West, fae the School o Celtic an Scottish Studies, Spiks wi Frieda Morrison aboot the life an legacy o the ‘Big Man’ Hamish Henderson. Gary starts wi a wee bit aboot his career in the army.
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.