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Prògram Choinnich, 11 September 1997, 11 September 1997

Track ID : 10866

A walk through Glen Kinglas. Dolina Wallace, who lived in Glen Kinglas for a time, describes the history of the glen, their way of life when her husband was a gamekeeper there, and the sights to b...

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Cleachdaidhean agus creideamhan mu thimcheall cloinne., 23 July 1985

Track ID : 101813

Customs and beliefs regarding children. The contributor speaks on the following subjects: a new baby (praising; the evil eye; protection using silver); baptism; midwives; naming of children; and s...

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Betrothals, weddings and honeymoons., 23 July 1985

Track ID : 101815

Betrothals, weddings and honeymoons. A detailed account is given of the following: The betrothal [rèiteach], including music, singing, dancing, toasts, etc. Mention is made of a gift [cuach phòst...

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Prògram Choinnich, 21 October 1997, 21 October 1997

Track ID : 10674

John Alick MacPherson and Dolina Wallace discuss the decline in storytelling.

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Prògram Choinnich, 29 January 2001, 29 January 2001

Track ID : 32418

Two grandmothers give their thoughts on looking after their grandchildren. Grandmothers provide a lot of help in taking care of their grandchildren. Dolina Wallace and Jean Stewart say that they a...

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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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Prògram Choinnich, 16 November 2000, 16 November 2000

Track ID : 23634

Tom Jones and his appeal. Tom Jones still [2000] has a huge following. Amanda Millen, Dolina Wallace and Dan Murray discuss why this is.

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Prògram Choinnich, 02 August 2001, 02 August 2001

Track ID : 31197

Women in films. Joanne Morrison, Simon Innes and Dolina Wallace discuss how the representation of women in films has changed over the years, with women now having the chance to play the hero and n...

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Prògram Choinnich, 17 October 2000, 17 October 2000

Track ID : 25226

Mary Helen Grant, Dolina Wallace and Dr Finlay MacLeod discuss the TV programme 'The Royle Family'.

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Prògram Choinnich, 13 April 2000, 13 April 2000

Track ID : 18433

Reminiscing about the television programme 'Crossroads' with hope that it might return. Jessie MacKenzie, Dolina Wallace and Janet Lamont remember the television programme 'Crossroads'. They discu...

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