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Jill meets Colin Wight and Dale Johnston who run Braemar Media – Braemar TV. Braemar Media, based in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, uses film, photographic and creative media to reach global…..
Jill talks to Dr. Tom McKean from the Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen. Elphinstone was set up by the University in 1995 to make connections with the community and to research…..
our culture and industry here in Aberdeenshire have been rooted in fishing and farming. This is how Fraserburgh looks today, amongst many attractions – a huge bustling harbour and a Lighthouse..
Doric TV has coupled once again with Alan Reid ‘Bundy Fae The Broch’ Fraserburgh. Alan has written this beautiful song ‘Daughter O’Broch’ as part of a series of songs he has produced……
Doric TV remembers all those affected by the Corona Virus – our ‘hairts’ (hearts ) and thoughts are with those that are no longer with us . Brian McAulay of the Cruden Bay Folk Club thoughtfully sings “Blue Eyes Crying in…
Jill McWilliam of Doric Tv Interviews Professor Robert Millar of Aberdeen University, an expert in the Scottish Language. Jill from an N.E farming background….
Dr Joanna Kopaczyk, Senior Lecturer in Scots and English (English Language & Linguistics) Glasgow University, and Jack Capener, Parliamentary Assistant….
Gordon Mackay is usually behind the scenes looking after the Doric TV website, Gordon is also a big fan of Robert Burns and regularly performs his rendition of…
A couple of tunes from Daryl Short to help celebrate Burn’s night 2021.
Doric TV interviews Harry and Helen Brown of Auchmaliddie Farm, near Maud in Aberdeenshire. This video portrays………
A wonderful collaboration from opposite sides if the world. Words written by Doric Future regular David Wilkie…….
The unique sound of three very talented lads, Angus McCurrrach on the drums, Iain McFadden (skirlie) on the bagpipes and Scott Baxter….
Doric TV explores the granite coastline in between The Bullers of Buchan and Longhaven Quarry……..
Our drumming star of Doric TV Angus fae Finnyfaul rises to the festive occasion aided by Mr. Smith our local farmer! Angus runs therapeutic…..
Graphic Designer, writer and lover of Doric, Karen Barrett-Ayres speaks exclusively to Doric TV about her work and her connectivity…..
The Bard of Udny Green, Jeannie Price takes Doric TV on a short tour of her idyllic little village. Over lock down Jeannie ….
The incredible Life of Andrew Scott. Andrew uses the balance of nature and his sled dog team to keep
Daryl Short is Forvie Nature Reserve’s multi talented Warden . Daryl expresses his love for the great outdoors . Explains how in this pandemic…..
12th November 2020 Doric TV took a short trip to Udny Green and the Eat on the Green restaurant which is owned and run by Craig Wilson, ‘The Kilted Chef’.
Campbell Murray – The Doric Poet Fae The Toon!
Collector of Doric Poems.
Kenny King presenting the history of waves radio. A fascinating insight from Kenny’s recollection from the pirate radio days in the North Sea….
Doric TV Interviews Debbie Leslie, a sought after Doric poet, writer, author, after dinner speaker and business woman, check out Debbie’s great website…..
Doric TV takes an inside look at the work of Maggie’s Cancer Support, Centre in the heart of Aberdeen. Presenter Jill…..
David Wilkie who now lives in the Phillippines talks of his boyhood in Aberdein where he lived right in the heart of the city, a stones throw from ……
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…..
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