The Yellow On The Broom – Dundee Rep – Tue 28th Aug – Sat 22 Sep. Macrobert Arts Centre Wed 26 – Sat 29 Sep. Adapted for stage by Anne Downie – from the novel by Betsy Whyte. Directed by Andrew Paton. The post The Yellow On The Broom appeared first on Scots Radio.
The 1st of September 2018 sees the launch of The Scots Cafe, a combined lesson series and conversation cafe. Beginning in Glasgow we’ll provide online support and begin to roll out cafes across Scotland. The post First Scots Café Launched in Glasgow appeared first on Scots Radio.
Episode 52 It’s jist fan ye think it’s nae afore time – ye find ye canna pit aff time. That jist sums up this last few wiks – wiv been flat oot. An it gies us great pleasure tae tak ye aff tae the Tartan Heart Festival at Belladrum tae spik tae the past Scots […]
It’s jist fan ye think it’s nae afore time – ye find ye canna pit aff time. That jist sums up this last few wiks – wiv been flat oot. An it gies us great pleasure tae tak ye aff tae the Tartan Heart Festival at Belladrum tae spik tae the past Scots Screiver, an […]
A podcast dedicated to the world of Irish Dance Music. Presented by Tina Jordan Rees. This episode: August 2018 – Open Special REELS 113: ANNE LACEY’S / SHETLAG / CALGARY FIDDLERS’ WELCOME TO SHETLAND – Féistastic 3 (Tina Jordan Rees) SLIPS JIGS – 113 – Step In Time (Kathleen & Dom Lavin) REEL, PT. 1 (BPM 113) – Irish Dancing […]
My guest on this episode of Adam Sutherland’s Interesting People is Scottish singer, violist, fiddler, step-dancer and actor, Mairi Campbell. During our chat, Mairi tells me about growing up in Edinburgh and dedicating herself to a solid classical music education. But always in the background there was some kind of deeper yearning. This has sometimes […]
Aye, Elvis is a play aboot a wifie fae Aiberdeen fa dresses up as Elvis – an it’s gettin rave reviews an stannin ovations ivery nicht at the Rose Theatre in Edinburgh. It’s part o the Edinburgh Festival an wis written bi Aiberdeen writer Morna Young an starrin Joyce Falconer wi Pat Woods an David […]
The Findhorn Bay Festival is gearin up tae pit on a spectacular six day celebration o Arts an Culture. Ivints are bein staged roon Findhorn Bay fae the 26th tae the 1st October an will showcase artists nationally and internationally renowned. Frieda Morrison met up wi Artistic Director, Kresanna Aigner at Brodie Castle near Forres, […]
Dr Michael Dempster has just been named as the successful Scots Scriever and will soon begin his two-year residency at the National Library of Scotland. Growing up speaking Scots at home, Dr Dempster has made the Scots language a prominent feature of his academic and artistic work. He has written librettos and graphic novels in […]
Anither ticht-packit braidcast fu o wee Scots gems. The braw wark done by Dig It 2015 on bringin thegither the warlds o Education, Archaeology an the Scots leid wis a highlight. Fundit bi Historic Scotland – nou kent as Historic Environment Scotland – the project introduced bairns tae the historical connections in their Scots wirds. […]