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Part 1: The History The Doric tongue so common in the North-East is part of the Scots Language. But where did this language come from, and what makes the Doric special? Our two academics Professors Smith and Millar guide the discussion. Part 2: The Present North East Scots has experienced a tumultuous time of late. Join Sheena Blackhall the famed Doric poet and our two academics Professors Smith and Millar to explore how the Doric came to be the way it is. Part 3: The Future What does the fu ...
 
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For the latest SWH! podcast Ali caught up with an old friend of the podcast, writer and musician Doug Johnstone - the fourth time he's been a guest, but the first time since 2015. A lot has happened in the meantime and Doug talks about his new solo album 'Crow Hill' and the third in the Skelf series, 'The Great Silence'. The two also discuss the st…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. Lewis Morgan talks to John Walker about his career in Scotland, England & The USA. We also talk about his ambassador role with GamTalk. Website: https://scotsabroadpod.com Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScotsAbroadPod Twitter: https://…
 
The latest podcast is all about this year's Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival, and Ali caught up with the festival's strategic and creative director Melanie Purdie, and Neil Gore from Townsend Theatre Productions, to discuss it. After having to postpone last year the festival is back with a fantastic and varied programme, and Melanie takes us throu…
 
For the latest podcast Ali spoke to musician Man of the Minch (AKA Pedro Cameron) and poet Peter Mackay about Sradagan Na Sràide / Street Sparks, the EP they have collaborated on marrying the latter's lyrics with the former's magical music. The result is a collection of songs which celebrate and reflect on the lives of contemporary Gaels in the urb…
 
For the latest podcast - it's all about HANG, Scotland's first ever Hip Hop & Grime Music Conference, presented by the Scottish Alternative Music Awards (SAMA) in partnership with Creative Scotland. Ali talks to producer of the SAMAs Richy Muirhead who talks about the HANG programme and how you can join in and get involved. He then catches up with …
 
For our first video podcast (or vodcast, as no one is calling it) in some time, SWH! made a welcome trip Doon the Watter to Dunoon Burgh Hall to talk to previous podcast guest Kirsty Law about 'Exposure' - an exhibition which is a result of a collaboration between Gilles Perring and Andy Metcalf. Focusing on the two artists' relationship with the I…
 
For the latest podcast Ali spoke to musician Roberto Cassani about his sensational album 'Ansema We Stand', his incredible life in music, and how he came to settle in rural Perthshire. The two also discuss how the young Roberto discovered the double bass was 'his instrument', how he became the darling of Italy's musical royalty, the importance of h…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali talks to Guy Peploe, director at The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh, about their forthcoming exhibition 'Joan Eardley | Centenary'. Since her untimely death in 1963 Joan Eardley has gone on to become one of Scotland's artistic national treasure's and Guy talks about her life and work, as well as her special relationsh…
 
For what we now realise is the 200th SWH! Podcast, Ali spoke to musician, filmmaker, photographer, and broadcaster Adam Stafford about his forthcoming album 'Trophic Asynchrony', the current single 'Threnody for February Swallows', and the themes and inspirations behind both. The two also discuss the importance of film and photography in the projec…
 
For the latest podcast Ali spoke to rapper, poet, and songwriter Conscious Route. The two talk about his life in music, and the music of his life, including his recent collaboration with producer Tzusan on 'Father & Son'. They also discuss the differences between being part of a band and going solo, the hip-hop and dance scene in Scotland, constant…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. Jack Harper talks to John Walker about his career in England & Spain. Website: https://scotsabroadpod.com Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScotsAbroadPod Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScotsAbroadPod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Scot…
 
For the latest podcast Ali spoke to Carla J. Easton about 'Since Yesterday: Unsung Pioneers of Scottish Pop', the feature-length documentary which she is working on and which you can support by going to the Kickstarter page - www.kickstarter.com/projects/sinceyesterday/since-yesterday-music-documentary The two talk about the inspiration behind the …
 
The boys are back for one final Premier League podcast for 20/21, casting an eye back to their very first episode and who they thought would make Top 4 and go down. Some great calls, and some not so great ones as we then look at the Team, player, manager, flop and shock of the season.
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. Robbie Crawford talks to John Walker about his career in the Scotland, Iceland, Finland & the USA. Website: https://scotsabroadpod.com Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScotsAbroadPod Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScotsAbroadPod Facebook: …
 
JP, Kev and Fino take a look at the craziness that was the final day of the Premier League season as Tottenham ruin Leicester’s CL dream and West Ham solidify their European adventure for next season. We look forward to Manchester City vs Chelsea, where Sergio Aguero looks to sign off with the most Holywood of endings.…
 
The latest in our series of interviews of Scots who've made a name for themselves outside the UK. This episode sees our first comedian on Scots Abroad. Two time Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist, Ray Bradshaw, has performed sold out comedy shows not just at the Edinburgh Fringe but also at the Melbourne & Adelaide comedy festivals in Australia…
 
The last weekend of 20/21 is upon us and the four lads are back again with their preview of the most important EPL matches of the week, which all centre around those European places. We look at some of the players and managers saying goodbye to the league this weekend and Kev rhymes us out, expertly as always.…
 
The latest SWH! podcast is about all things Rymour Books as Ali talks to founder Ian Spring, and two of their authors Kirsti Wishart and, previous podcast guest, Graham Lironi. Rymour are a new(ish) small independent publisher and Ian tells us all about how it came to be, the ideas being Rymour, and their publications to date. Kirsti and Graham the…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. Stevie Mallan talks to John Walker about his career in the Scotland, England & Turkey. Website: https://scotsabroadpod.com Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScotsAbroadPod Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScotsAbroadPod Facebook: https://www.…
 
The lads are back discussing all things Premier League as relegation is confirmed for all three teams and Top 4 becomes ever more solidified. We look at United’s postponed game against Liverpool after they lost to Leicester. Kev rhymes us out with what could’ve been this season including a Tottenham title…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer Alan Gillespie whose novel debut 'The Mash House' is out now, published with Unbound. The two talk about Alan's life as a writer from the early days through to the writing and publication of 'The Mash House', his inspirations and influences, the interaction between people and place in the novel, worki…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. David Robertson talks to John Walker about his career in the Scotland, England, the USA & India. Website: https://scotsabroadpod.com Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScotsAbroadPod Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScotsAbroadPod Facebook: ht…
 
The latest SWH! podcast is an interview with director & theatre-maker Beth Morton and playwright Morna Young who tell us all about Braw Tales - five short animated stories by some of Scotland’s most exciting writers and animators, presented by An Tobar & Mull Theatre. They talk about the process of collaborating with animators, musicians, performer…
 
The lads are back this week to chat all things Premier League after an action-packed weekend. This weekend sees the possibility of Man City picking up their fifth title in ten years as they face Chelsea. At the other end of the table, relegation could be confirmed for all of our teams as the Championship beckons for Sam Allardyce for the first time…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to singer/songwriter, composer, and arranger Debra Salem about 'In A Sma Room', the musical project inspired by the life and poetry of William Soutar. The two talk about what drew Debra to Soutar's work, how the project began, its theatrical roots, the involvement of writer Ajay Close, the incredible musicians …
 
The lads are back again to discuss the Premier League goings-on as Liverpool misfire again making it look like an uphill struggle to qualify for Champions League. Newcastle on the other hand look like a team inspired as JP makes a case for Joe Willock as signing of the January window. Fino laments his side’s latest loss to Chelsea and Joe reflects …
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer Linda Cracknell about her latest novel, 'The Other Side of Stone' (or is it a novella, or a short story collection?). As well as the format, the two discuss the importance of place in Linda's work, her fascination with derelict buildings, how and why she picked these stories to tell, the unusual start…
 
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