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Episode 4

A Kist o Wurds, Series 25 Episode 4 of 12

Duration:
30 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 30 January 2011

A Kist O Wurds uncovers Ulster-Scots culture, history and language from around the country.

  • Series 25 Episode 4

    Wilson Burgess meets Sam Fletcher from Glenmaquin in County Donegal to hear some of Sam’s poems.

    Elsewhere, the plans for Derry ~ Londonderry UK City of Culture 2013 are developing, and Wilson hears what Ulster-Scots input is proposed for the big year.

    There’s news of North Sea Gas coming to Larne with their special blend of Scottish music, and as the ‘Burns Season’ of 2011 draws to a close, Wilson drops in on what’s promised as ‘the ultimate Burns experience’.

    This programme was produced by Chris Spurr for Blackthorn Productions. If you have any comments, please email the production team at kist@bbc.co.uk or telephone 028 9033 8435.

  • Samuel Fletcher of Glenmaquin

    Samuel Fletcher of Glenmaquin

  • Mo Durkan, Wilson Burgess & Noelle McAlinden

    Mo Durkan, Wilson Burgess & Noelle McAlinden

    Preparing for Derry ~ Londonderry UK City of Culture 2013.

  • Music group - North Sea Gas

    Music group - North Sea Gas

    From L to R: Ronnie MacDonald, Grant Simpson & Dave Gilfillan. North Sea Gas, will be in concert at the McNeill Theatre, Larne, on Friday 18th February, and at the Waterside Theatre, Londonderry, on Saturday 19th February.

  • Getting into the spirit of Burns

    Getting into the spirit of Burns

    From L to R: Wilson Burgess, Mayor Cllr Colum Eastwood, Stewart Buchanan, 'Robert Burns' [Stephen Bradley], Piper Stephen McElhinney and James Kee.

  • Wilson Burgess, Jacqui Reed & Stewart Buchanan

    Wilson Burgess, Jacqui Reed & Stewart Buchanan

  • Wilson Burgess & John Killen of the Linen Hall Library, Belfast

    Wilson Burgess & John Killen of the Linen Hall Library, Belfast

    For details of the facsimile edition of poems by Robert Burns, as published in Belfast in 1787 - see top of page link for The Linen Hall Libary.

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