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Scots Radio investigates the life an legacy o Aiberdeen writer an poet, Nan Shepherd fa wrote extensively aboot the Cairngorm Mountains. Professor Lumsden fae Aberdeen University gies insight an readings fae "The Living Mountain" by Frieda Morrison.
Dr Jamie Fairbairn jines twa o his pupils, Robert Legge and Robyn Gallon, tae tell us mair aboot the ‘Bairns Charter’ – a new initiative fae Aiberdeenshire Cooncil.
Alistair Heather an Josh Bircham gaed alang tae Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival for Scots Radio tae meet wi three interestin an gey talented lads. They are Scotland’s fitba poets, wha are aa the poets-in-residence at clubs aroon the country. They represent Selkirk FC,...
Celebrating the Bubble Day and being awarded the UK’s Best Neighbourhood Park 2018
BLESSIT ARE THAIM WI A DROUTH FOR RICHT The title words are teen fae a new book written bi William Hershaw…
A day out at the Royal Highland Show 2018
Processions Edinburgh 10th June 2018 - a day to remember
Edited for a Freida Morrison project in the summer of 2013. The film tells the story using the voices of people caught up in the Great Storm in the Aberdeenshire area on 31st January 1953
Scots Radio - Ally Heather joins Fred Gordon on the Drove Road in Glenmuick.
On the 10th of March the rich dialect o North East Scots wis pit tae song as the famous English wirds o Handel’s Messiah, wis owerset intae Doric. The translation wis bi Gordon Hay, o Langside in Aiberdeenshiree, and the choir wis conducted bi internationally renowned...