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Doric TV presenter Jill McWilliam interviews Ian Edward and John McLean of Port Erroll Harbour………
During this episode Jill looks back to the summer of 2019 and a memorable walking trip around the stunning landscape of the Quaring on the Isle of Skye.
Doric is the dialect spoken in N.E Scotland . Today we hear many other dialects intertwined in our present day culture . We return to Finnyfaul …..
The second part of Iona Fyfes Aberdeenshire folksinger, Iona Fyfe talking about her Doric Roots and her passion for the Scots language……
Aberdeenshire folksinger, Iona Fyfe, has become one of Scotland’s finest young ballad singers, rooted deeply in the singing traditions of the North East of Scotland.
#1: ‘The Scots Leid: Whar we ar an whar we want tae be’ The video here features an extrac from a longer Round Table event by Oor Vyce…..
Dame Evelyn Glennie who continues with her talks about the importance she places in her Doric Roots, and the positive influence they have had on her career.
25th Aug 2020 This is part 1 of a 2 part Doric TV’s exclusive with Dame Evelyn Glennie who talks from the heart about her Doric Roots.
18th August 2020 In Jill’s second Facebook Live video message she takes viewers on a guided tour around her studio in Cruden Bay
Jill takes centre stage in this video where as the Doric TV presenter delivers her first Facebook live video stream on the 18th August.
Davie Cherry bespoke guitar maker talks to Doric TV on his life long experience of making and repairing guitars. A wonderful insight in the art of guitar making.
Allan Taylor, king Of The Bothy Ballads / songs of the changing ways in farming life and culture. A tribute to past and present farming and Crofting folk…
Angus McCurrach – extraordinarily Scottish drummer. Explains the therapeutic value of drumming and his Huggadrum venture.
Songs by singer songwriter Alan Reid from Fraserburgh. Alan is from a long line of fishing folk . Retelling stories in words and song.
This video is directing viewers to discover our local areas. Interview with George Emerson, a Doric Aberdonian. “Wow. So nice. We were supposed…..
I met Doric Poet Jo Gilbert at the Elphinstone Institute, Aberdeen on my quest to find people who are passionate re their Doric Roots.
A farmers son, who was inspired by his farming culture to play the mouthie, ie mouth organ, write and sing songs
Featuring songs from Bob Knight This is the start of a series of musical videos depicting our Doric Song and Stories. Doric Future is bringing….
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