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Murder of Lord Fleming, father of Mary Fleming, one of the f..., 1953

Track ID : 10836

Murder of Lord Fleming, father of Mary Fleming, one of the four Maries. A pass in the hills between Kilbucho and Glenholm known as The Nick is where Lord Fleming was ambushed and killed by Tweedie...

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Biographical details and family history of Tom Kilbucho; his..., 1953

Track ID : 10805

Biographical details and family history of Tom Todd; his grandfather's singing. Tom Todd (T. T. Kilbucho) was born at Kilbucho Mains, near Broughton. His father and mother also came from the Broug...

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Land drained and improved in Peeblesshire., 1953

Track ID : 10886

Land drained and improved in Peeblesshire. The parish of Broughton, Glenholm, and Kilbucho is accessible by road thanks to Secretary Murray, a traitor in the time of Bonnie Prince Charlie, who end...

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Scots dialect modified towards English at school; Tom Kilbuc..., 1953

Track ID : 10888

The expressiveness of Scots for writing poetry. In the opinion of Tom Todd (T. T. Kilbucho), once people went to secondary school they lost contact with their native area and people, and began spe...

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What Love, O Lord, Stands at my Door, 1953

Track ID : 10892

A poem in English inspired by a Biblical text. Tom Todd (T. T. Kilbucho) was inspired by the text, "Behold, I stand at the door and knock," and could not get it out of his head until he had writte...

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I'm Sandy Mackenzie, a Man of Renown, 1953

Track ID : 10894

Tom Todd (T. T. Kilbucho) has never put any tunes to his own poems, but has written some music-hall songs. These are in a totally different style from his poetry. He sings one of the songs. The s...

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The Auld Uncle, 1953

Track ID : 10895

Tom Todd (T. T. Kilbucho) summarises the subject of the poem then recites it. An old bachelor farmer was left alone when his sister died, and was too old to work the farm any longer. He was taken t...

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A wicked stepmother inadvertently has her own daughter kille..., 1956

Track ID : 14337

A wicked stepmother inadvertently has her own daughter killed. A long time ago, the man who occupied a castle at Weem was widowed, and remarried. He had a daughter, and his new wife also had a dau...

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Fable: a creature refused shelter refuses it in turn., 1956

Track ID : 14338

Fable: a creature refused shelter refuses it in turn. The Queen of the Bumbees [Bumblebees] was caught in a thunderstorm; her wings were soaked; she couldn't fly properly and couldn't get home. Sh...

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A wild man is captured by filling a well with whisky., 1956

Track ID : 14339

A wild man is captured by filling a well with whisky. A wild hairy man lived in the Dunkeld area once. He often drank from a well in Dunkeld woods. Having failed to catch him for many years, the a...

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