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Scots Radio is a programme that spiks aboot the culture and the ongyans o fowk fa use Scots in their wirkin warl.

Accordin tae the last census in Scotland, there are aroon 1.5 million Scots spikkers in this country. Ye dinna hae tae wanner far tae hear it – jist ging as far North, Sooth, East an Wast as yir lugs’ll tak ye.

I hope ye’ll enjoy rummelin aboot in the Episodes, and welcome tae the company that celebrates the Scots Language – and the fowk that jist spik it.

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Frieda Morrison
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Scots Radio is a programme that speaks about the culture and the on-going plans of people who use Scots in their working world.

According to the last census taken in Scotland, there are around 1.5 million Scots speakers in this country.  You don’t have to go far to hear it – just go as far North, South, East or West as your ears will take you.

I hope you enjoy searching through the episodes of SLR and welcome to the company that celebrates the Scots Language – and the people who just speak it.

Scots Radio has launched the first Doric Film Festival

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Episode 61

We are back in the room with Scots Radio Episode 61 and it’s fu o surprises.  We hear fae Morna Young spikkin aboot her play ‘Lost at Sea’ – Alistair Heather entreats us tae a big helpin o Doric Mash – Primary teacher, Olivia Stephen,  tells us fit she an her class got oot o maakin the video for the Doric Film Festival  – a spik aboot meetin oor Waterloo, wi find oorsels richt in the middle o the Battle, on a recent trip tae Brussels!   Weel we didna ging tae Brussels for talks – abidy dis that.  Enjoy gaan oot an aboot wi us.

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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.

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SCOTS RADIO – SPECIAL FEATURE

MARY SYMON:
The community at Dufftown in Moray gathered to celebrate the memory of their poet Mary Symon and unveil a plaque in her honour. Alistair Heather was there and this is his report.

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New Episode oot an Aboot.

We are back in the room with Scots Radio Episode 61 and it’s fu o surprises. We hear fae Morna Young spikkin aboot her play ‘Lost at Sea’ – Alistair Heather entreats us tae a big helpin o Doric Mash – Primary teacher, Olivia Stephen, tells us fit she an her class got oot o maakin the video for the Doric Film Festival. An spik aboot meetin oor Waterloo, wi find oorsels richt in the middle o the Battle, on a recent trip tae Brussels! Weel we didna ging tae Brussels for talks – abidy dis that. Enjoy gaan oot an aboot wi us.

Episode 61:
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Morna Young’s play ‘Lost At Sea’ is superb. Wi a stylish minimalist set – and the rich spikkin tones o the North East o Scotland, the actors telt the deeply movin story o a faimley - dealing wi the pains an the politics within their ain close knit fishin community. Frieda Morrison jined the audience at His Majesties Theatre in Aiberdeen, an at half time, spoke tae Morna aboot the play.

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Doric – or North-East Scots - has been enjoyin a lot o attention recently in the area - wi a wheen o events, fae Morna Young's Lost at Sea touring play, tae a recent Doric Mash Up.
Spin, a bar wi a stage in it in the centre o Aiberdeen, played host tae that latest event. Ten Feet Tall Theatre organised a night wi poets, actors, talks an new writing, aa on the theme o the Doric language. Alistair Heather went alang tae finn oot mair, an spake first tae Adam Coutts, organiser o the evening.

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