There are 63 results for your search for '"Stewart, Alexander, 1901-1969 (4097)"'
Mar a chaidh an Tuairisgeul Mòr a chur gu bàs., 1953
Track ID : 3085
How the Tuairisgeul Mòr met his death. The King of Ireland had built a castle while his son was away at school. The son came home, played cards, won at first then lost and had to find out how the ...
Am bonnach agus an sionnach., July 1955
Track ID : 30162
The bannock and the fox. Since nobody wished to flip the bannock over on the stove, it decided to jump up and run out. The fox gave it a ride across the river, but before reaching the far side the...
Ridire nan Spleadh agus farpais nam breug., July 1955
Track ID : 30166
Ridire nan Spleadh and the tale-telling competition. Ridire nan Spleadh was a widow's son. Some local men were trying to entertain the king with tall tales; if these were not fantastic enough, the...
Fear a' chòta liath., July 1955
Track ID : 30168
The man with the grey coat. A poor man was given a grey coat. He was told that every time he put his hand in the pocket, he would find a sixpence. The minister told him that he should put the mone...
Mac Rùsgail., July 1955
Track ID : 30169
Mac Rùsgail. There was a fellow called Mac Rùsgail who punched his master one day. His master asked him if he could make a causeway out of sheep's legs. This he did. Six giants appeared and went i...
Ruith mun Cuairt Feadh an Taighe, July 1955
Track ID : 30171
A fragment of a eulogy to Sir Donald MacDonald of Sleat.
Eòghann agus bean an tuathanaich., July 1955
Track ID : 30172
Eòghann and the farmer's wife. A farmer hired a lad called Eòghann to be his farm-hand. Eòghann noticed that every time his master was away, his wife would be flirting with various locals, the fir...
An tuathanach agus an dithis sheirbheiseach., July 1955
Track ID : 30175
The farmer and his two servants. There was a farmer who gave his two servants a choice: to take their pay, or to take three pieces of advice. One chose his pay, while the other took the advice.
Bha aig mac Bhobain Shaoir ri dà chaora a reic airson leth-c..., July 1955
Track ID : 30179
The son of Boban Saor was asked to sell two sheep for a half-crown each, and to return with the two sheep. He managed to do this.
An t-amadan a bha dhen bheachd gun robh e trom., July 1955
Track ID : 30180
The fool who thought he was pregnant. A fool became ill and went to the doctor. He was told that he was pregnant. When the fool was outside, obeying the call of nature, a hare ran between his legs...
Page 1 of 7