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Scots Radio Special | The Declaration of Arbroath

Scots Radio Special | The Declaration of Arbroath

700th Year Anniversary 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...

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Doric Film Festival Postponed & Rescheduled

Doric Film Festival Postponed & Rescheduled

In view o the Government’s recent announcement, the Doric Film Festival team hiv decided tae re-schedule the Doric Film Festival for 2020. The priority is safety and health, an mony o the film-makers will hae planned tae involve ither fowk in their films an hence need...

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Cullen Skink World Championships

Cullen Skink World Championships

The Annual battle o the soup – the Cullen Skink World Championships were held this last weekend in the wee coastal village o Cullen. Eager competitors gathered in the Cullen Bay Hotel to prepare their special cullinary creations for the judges. An the winner o bath...

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A Puckle Muckle Sangs

A Puckle Muckle Sangs

Scots Radio is delighted tae present a new Website featuring ‘A Puckle Muckle Sangs’ or the Big Ballads – fae the North East o Scotland. The sangs were collected bi the 19th Century Professor, Francis James Child an are pairt o the ‘Child’ collection.  Enjoy the...

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Love Golf | Gee it a Go

Love Golf | Gee it a Go

Frieda Morrison jines golf professional Peter Myers and his class at the Dunes Golf Centre an Drivin Range, ootside Fraserburgh – tae fin oot fit wye oer 340 ladies in the area, hiv teen up golf in the past twa years. Peter Myers and his golf class at The Dunes Golf...

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Fraserburgh on Film

Fraserburgh on Film

Scots Radio would like to congratulate Andrew Davidson on the publishing of the Fraserburgh on Film online heritage archive. Fraserburgh on Film is an online digital archive of collated moving heritage image clips shot by residents of Fraserburgh and the surrounding...

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Billy Kay | Tae Be Yersels

Billy Kay | Tae Be Yersels

The status and future of the Scots language was the focus of  Scots Radio’s Inaugural Lecture, delivered by one of the country’s leading advocates of Scots, writer and broadcaster Billy Kay,  entitled: “Tae Be Yersels.” The Aberdeen event focused on key topics such as...

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Doric Board New Year Awards

Doric Board New Year Awards

The Doric Board has distributed its first-ever series of financial awards to 18 projects across the North East of Scotland.   The awards, which offer between £250 and £1,000, support projects that promote Doric culture and heritage.  The Doric Board (North-East...

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Sandy May Awarded MBE

Sandy May Awarded MBE

SAE PLEASED TAE HEAR THE NEWS Congratulations tae Sandy May on bein awarded an MBE in the Queen's New Year Honours List for services tae Doric an North East Culture. Sae weel deserved - an congratulations as weel tae Vi May. Aye there. Photos: Sandy an Vi

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Formation o’ Scots Language Board taks ae step forrit

Formation o’ Scots Language Board taks ae step forrit

‘Tae popular acclamation!’ Noo there’s a thocht tae quicken the hert. A roarin croud isnae jist for Hampden when we’re takkin oot a guddle o P.E. teachers an pairt-time posties; but the second tae last place ye’d expect yin (coontin the Mitchell Library an New Douglas...

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