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Mar a rinn Deòrsa Bochanan an gnothach sa chùirt le peasair., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 1350

How George Buchanan used peas to win a court case for a poor man. A poor man was charged for boiled eggs at their value if they had hatched and the chickens kept for a year. He was taken to court ...

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Nighean a chunnaic an tiodhlacadh aice fhèin., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 22870

The girl who saw her own funeral. A young girl saw a funeral when was coming home from school one day. She died six weeks later. It was her own funeral that she saw.

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Taibhsearachd mun t-saighdear a thill dhachaigh., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 22874

The seer who prophesied the safe return of soldier. A boy going to war was told by a seer that he would suffer greatly but come home safe. He got a bad wound in his leg, but came home.

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Am fraoch geal agus an cù dubh., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 22877

The white heather and the black dog. A short story about a brother and sister who saw a great black dog when out stealing white heather.

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An Hiortach a thug sgàthan à Glaschu., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 22879

The St. Kildan who bought a mirror in Glasgow. A St. Kilda man saw himself in a mirror in Glasgow, and thought it was a monkey. He took the mirror home to his wife, and she thought the ugly creatu...

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Na fir a chunnaic sìthiche., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 22885

The men who saw a fairy. Some men from Glen Uige saw a woman coming in long green dress, walking on the tips of the heather. They took fright and fled.

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Tha am fiosraiche a' mìneachadh cuid de na faclan anns na h-..., July 1961

Track ID : 64787

The contributor explains some of the words that he uses in his songs.

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Chaidh Màiri nighean Alasdair Ruaidh a thiodhlacadh ann an R..., 1961

Track ID : 57907

Mary MacLeod was buried in Rodel in Harris with her face placed downwards, as she had requested.

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Bhàsaich Rìgh Alasdair II le teasachd anns an Òban agus tha..., 22 November 1953

Track ID : 51438

King Alexander II died of a fever in Oban and he is buried in Kerrera.

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Loch Ma Ruibhe agus mar a chaidh ainmeachadh., 22 November 1953

Track ID : 51377

Loch Maree and how it got its name. Loch Maree got its name from St Maol Ruanaidh, who came over from Ireland, AD 671. There are many islands on Loch Maree. He built a church on Eilean Màiri. A sp...

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