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Cainnt mo Mhàthair Gàidhlig Bharraigh, 1967

Track ID : 71471

In this song the bard speaks of Barra, the island in which he was brought up and where he learned his Gaelic from his mother. He praises the beauty of the island and makes reference to some of the ...

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Cumha Alasdair Duinn, 1967

Track ID : 71473

In this song the bard says that he is saddened by the death of Alasdair Donn [Brown-haired Alasdair]. He tells that he was distraught when he heard the news of his death. The bard praises him and h...

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Am Bothan a bh' aig Fionnghala, 1976

Track ID : 86365

A ditty about a man named Fionnghala.

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Dealan-dè, 28 November 1986

Track ID : 33433

Norman MacLean discusses piping. Norman MacLean tells how he first started piping and praises Seonaidh Roidean, from whom he learnt a lot. Norman has a particular interest in piping at the moment ...

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Prògram Choinnich, 10 March 1998, 10 March 1998

Track ID : 12713

Review of 'The Good Auld Days' exhibition. Norman MacLean reviews 'The Good Auld Days', an exhibition in the Mitchell Theatre about the Scottish music hall tradition from the days of Harry Lauder ...

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Prògram Choinnich, 13 October 1997, 13 October 1997

Track ID : 12143

Commemorating the late Chic Murray. The late Chic Murray, comedian, was an unusual and funny man. A wall memorial and a play were both created recently in his memory. Comedian Norman MacLean gives...

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Prògram Choinnich, 25 February 2000, 25 February 2000

Track ID : 19838

Norman MacLean remembers Harry Lauder on the 50th anniversary of his death.

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Prògram Choinnich, 10 April 1998, 10 April 1998

Track ID : 14932

Norman MacLean's 'Keino'. Norman MacLean discusses his new novel 'Keino' which is due to be published in just over a week.

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Prògram Choinnich, 19 June 1995, 19 June 1995

Track ID : 1521

Comedy course at Sgoil Lìonacleit. Information about a comedy course at Sgoil Lìonacleit from Donald Morrison from the Gaelic Arts Agency and comedian Norman MacLean. Discussion about comedy writing.

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Prògram Choinnich, 31 October 1994, 31 October 1994

Track ID : 459

The contributors remember Halloween in days gone by.

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