Series 29 Episode 14
On this week’s Kist, to mark the 4th of July and American Independence Day, Gary Blair finds out about the 25th Ulster-Scots President of America - William McKinley.
Derry City Council have organised an Ulster-Scots Information and Awareness day in Londonderry.
Andy Mattison meets Ulster-Scots drumming tutor - Paul Consiglia.
Anne Morrison-Smyth has a blether with members of the Ulster-Scots pipe music group - Rightly on.
Plus, Roy Ferguson brings us the story of famous Ulster-Scot Major Robert Rogers who formed the world renowned Rogers' Rangers.
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Anne Morrison-Smyth with the guys from Rightly On
For more information about the music group: Rightly On - see link at top of page.
Ulster-Scots drumming tutor Paul Consiglia
Some of the folk at Derry City Council's Ulster-Scots Information and Awareness day
For more information about Derry City Council's Ulster-Scots Information and Awareness day - see link at top of page.
Mathew Warwick with people who attended his information session
25th American President William McKinley