Walking in the Wide-Open Spaces of Aberdeenshire

Walking in the Wide-Open Spaces of Aberdeenshire

View from Prince Leopold’s Cairn overlooking Balmoral By Ellie McDonald  The Balmoral Cairns One fine Sunday before the snow hit (again) I took a walk around the Balmoral Estate in Deeside in search of stone cairns I’d heard about. Now, had I properly looked at...
Bennachie from Millstone Hill

Bennachie from Millstone Hill

I posted this image on the Doric TV Facebook page to promote the ‘wide open spaces of Aberdeenshire’ for well-being. I was ‘fair chuffed’ to receive the following correspondence back from across the miles……. From: Graham Donachie a Doric TV Viewer from...
EWAN BLACKLAW – Aberdeen Music Venues

EWAN BLACKLAW – Aberdeen Music Venues

Aiberdeen’s Music Scene  Ower the years Aiberdeen has acted as a cultural hub for the North East of Scotland. Fae Annie Lennox tae the AECC, Aiberdeen is certainly familiar tae the music world, but the cultural history runs much deeper. In the city centre there are a...
Wilma from Canada is ravin’ aboot Doric TV

Wilma from Canada is ravin’ aboot Doric TV

I have just subscribed to Doric TV  and find the folk you interview to be really interesting. I was brought up in Peterhead and went to Peterhead Academy. I left Peterhead as soon as I could and moved to Aberdeen. Being an adventurous sort, I have lived in lots of...
A Graphic Designer Inspired by Doric

A Graphic Designer Inspired by Doric

I am a Graphic Designer who takes inspiration from the Doric spoken in North East Scotland. I have been fascinated with Doric since childhood. It started when my family relocated back to Aberdeen, having spent my pre-school years in the tropics of Papua New Guinea,...
Festive Greetings

Festive Greetings

Festive Greetings to all our  Doric TV CommunityCheck out Doric TV's unique Christmas messages from David Wilkie our man in the Philippines, and also from Santa's cousin Angus, our man in Whinnyfold.  We also have a great wee interview with Karen Barrett Ayres - no...