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Welcome to the wonderful world of Caraidean, which means 'Friends' in Gaelic, a new online soap where you control what happens! Join Sìleas and Marsaili and their friends each week to listen to a new Gaelic phrase and decide what course their lives take.

The storyline with the most votes will be used the following week. Use the voting options at the bottom of the page to cast your vote. This vote will close on 27 April 2012 at 12 noon. Be sure to come back and visit Marsaili and Sìleas to find out what happens next! This vote complies with the BBC's policy on voting and competitions.

Episode 84

The girls return to Linlithgow to research more about Mary, Queen of Scots, at St Michael's Parish Church. Mary was baptised there.  As the church is just south of Linlithgow Palace, it was a popular place of worship for Scottish royals and by the 19th Century, much of the church was restored. Sìleas is absorbed by the history of the church, as well as Linlithgow. She wants to stay there and learn more about this fascinating place. Marsaili, however, believes that she can learn more about Mary by travelling to Stirling where Mary's son was and from where she was travelling when she was abducted!

Should the girls stay in Linlithgow?

Marsaili: “Chan eil ann ach togalach!” (It's only a building.)

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