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SCHOOLS
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Audio: A Burns Supper at Ballydown Primary Deputy principal, Trevor Russell, welcomes Wilson Burgess to Ballydown Primary School in Banbridge, County Down.
Audio: A Christmas Recital by the Children of Balnamore Jackie Morrison introduces the P6 and P7 class from Balnamore Primary School who recite the ‘Night Before Christmas’ (Broadcast 6th December 2008).
Video: A funny story in Broughshane Primary School At Broughshane Primary School, pupil Sarah tells Willie Drennan a funny story that she heard from her uncle.
Audio: A new Lambeg Drum at Belfast Boys Model School Wilson Burgess pops down to Belfast Boys Model School to see the special unveiling of a new instrument – a Lambeg Drum.
Audio: A new play for schools: The Boat Factory Tracey Gillen drops by ‘The Boat Factory’, a new play for young yins, as it goes down the slipway at Cregagh Primary School.
Audio: A new show for Primary Schools: Fair Faa Ye We hear part of a new show for primary schools called Fair Faa Ye - which has been commissioned by the Ulster-Scots Agency and will be performed in schools around Northern Ireland over the comin...
Audio: An Ulster-Scots Performance at Balnamore Primary School Liam Logan is at Balnamore Primary School where the children, under the guidance of their principal, Jackie Morrison, are putting on an Ulster-Scots performance including a rendition of Jim Fentons...
Audio: Ballydown children at Burns Memorial Garden Wilson Burgess is in Alloway with the P7 weans from Ballydown Primary and their teacher Mr Trevor Russell.
Audio: Ballydown children visit Robert Burns' birthplace Wilson Burgess is in Ayrshire with the P7 weans from Ballydown Primary and their teacher Mr Trevor Russell to visit some places linked to Robert Burns most famous poem, Tam O Shanter, as well...
Audio: Ballydown children visit the Brig o Doon The P7 weans from Ballydown Primary and their teacher Mr Trevor Russell visit some of the places linked to Robert Burns most famous poem, Tam O Shanter, including the Brig O Doon in Allowa...
Audio: Ballydown children visit the Old Kirk at Alloway Wilson Burgess is in Ayrshire with the P7 weans from Ballydown Primary and their teacher Mr Trevor Russell.
Audio: Ballydown Primary celebrates Robert Burns Deputy principal Trevor Russell, welcomes Wilson Burgess to Ballydown Primary School in Banbridge, County Down.
Audio: Ballydown Primary School P7s go to Ayrshire Wilson Burgess sails away to Ayrshire with the P7 weans from Ballydown Primary and their teacher Mr Trevor Russell.
Audio: Balnamore Primary School Charlie Gillen and Philip Robinson visit Balnamore Primary School near Ballymoney (broadcast 13th March 2002).
Audio: Buick Memorial Primary School Ulster-Scots education resources are piloted in Buick Memorial Primary School, Cullybackey (Broadcast 12th October 2003).
Video: Castle Gardens P.S. - Cookery at Summer School 2010 David Anderson showcases the food cooked up during the Ulster-Scots summer school held at Castle Gardens Primary School in July 2010.
Video: Castle Gardens P.S. - Summer School 2010 Highlights from the Ulster-Scots Summer School held at Castle Gardens Primary School in July 2010.
Audio: Champion Drummer, Mark Wilson At Keady Library, world-class percussionist, Mark Wilson talks to children from local primary schools about the bodhran drum and its connection to Ulster-Scots musical traditions.
Audio: Christmas at Kilrea Primary School Kilrea Primary School choir sing Ulster-Scots Christmas carol ‘Yinst in Royal Dauvit’s City’.
Audio: Christmas Carols from the children of Balnamore Jackie Morrison introduces P6 and P7 class from Balnamore Primary School who sing ‘Awa in a Hyeshed’ (Broadcast 6th December 2008).
Audio: Crack at a Primary School in Cullybackey Willie Drennan opens the Kist at Buick Memorial Primary School in Cullybackey where we listen in as the P5, P6 and P7 classes sing My Aunt Jane and Willie chats to the children about the Ulster-...
Audio: Dissecting Ulster-Scots poetry Leon McAuley discusses the range of words used in an Ulster-Scots poem by Charlie Gillen called ‘Flights of Fancy’. (Broadcast: 12 Mar 2002)
Video: Dr Philip Robinson on James Orr - the Weaver Poet Dr Philip Robinson and Tom Paulin discuss the writings of the rhyming weaver poet, James Orr.
Audio: Drama Project at Cregagh Primary School Kist drops by ‘The Boat Factory’, a new play for young yins, as it goes down the slipway at Cregagh Primary School.
Audio: Fair Faa Ye: Ulster-Scots Drama Project We listen in as Alan Wright (a.k.a. Adam Finlay in character) talks to P4-P7 children in Moneyreagh Primary School as part of the Ulster-Scots Agencys Fair Faa Ye project, which is touring ro...
Video: Fun with Ulster-Scots at Broughshane Primary School Willie Drennan is at Broughshane Primary School where some of the pupils read out a few funny Ulster-Scots verses and sayings.
Audio: Gary Blair of the Ulster-Scots Agency Helen Mark talks to Gary Blair of the Ullans Speakers Association about his involvement in a youth education scheme to teach primary school children Ulster-Scots songs, as well as music and dance less...
Audio: Guid King Wenceslas Pupils from Kilrea Primary School choir sing Ulster-Scots Christmas carol ‘Guid King Wenceslas’. (Broadcast 20th December 2009)
Audio: Jackie Morrison meets the Itchycoo Team In Edinburgh, The Scottish Storytelling Centre, under the title ‘Multilingualism in Education’, has organised an event to encourage the use of the Scots language in schools.
Audio: James Fenton at Balnamore Primary School We’re at the opening of a new extension to Balnamore Primary School, near Ballymoney.
Video: James Fenton: ‘Minin Bab’ James Fenton reads his poem ‘Minin Bab’ to pupils from Balnamore Primary and describes some of the words he uses in the poem.
Audio: Kissing the Shuttle in Derryboy Wilson Burgess finds weans at Derryboy Primary School, County Down, working hard on the next play in Dan Gordon’s Pat and Plain series.
Audio: Language and poetry at Buick Memorial Willie Drennan and the children of Buick Memorial talk about the Ulster-Scots words for body parts - as well as words like ‘glaur’, ‘sheugh’, ‘sleekit’, ‘thrawn’ and ‘crabbit’.
Audio: Liam Logan finds out about a 'Burns' project for schools Liam Logan is in the Marketplace Theatre in Armagh meeting children from here and from Ayrshire in Scotland.
Audio: Linguistic origins of Ulster-Scots Children John and Ann speak to historic linguistic expert Mr McIntyre about the origin of the Ulster-Scots language. (Broadcast: 12 Mar 2002)
Audio: Maguiresbridge Primary School - Part 1 Maguiresbridge Primary School in Fermanagh is piloting the Stranmillis Ulster-Scots Schools Project (Broadcast 27th June 2004).
Audio: Maguiresbridge Primary School - Part 2 Maguiresbridge Primary School in Fermanagh is piloting the Stranmillis Ulster-Scots Schools Project (Broadcast 27th June 2004).
Audio: Moss-Side Primary School Art Project Jackie Morrison visits Moss-side Primary School, near Ballymoney, where the young people of the village have been working with artist, Ross Wilson.
Audio: Multilingualism in Education - Conference In Edinburgh, The Scottish Storytelling Centre, under the title ‘Multilingualism in Education’, has organised an event to encourage the use of the Scots language in schools.
Audio: New book by 'The Aul Han' launched at Armoy Primary School 29th June 2010
Audio: New sketch about Ulster-Scots Women Pupils from Dunluce High School perform a piece from a new sketch about Ulster-Scots women.
Audio: Part 1 - Dr Fred Freeman visits Buick Memorial P.S. Part one - Jackie Morrison visits Buick Memorial Primary School in Cullybackey where Dr Fred Freeman is teaching the P6 and P7 children more about the poetry and songs of Robert Burns. (Broadcast: 1...
Audio: Part 2 - Dr Fred Freeman visits Buick Memorial P.S. Part two - Dr Fred Freeman is teaching the P6 and P7 children of Buick Memorial Primary School in Cullybackey, where they learn more about the poetry and songs of Robert Burns, with Jackie Morrison. (...
Video: Poetry and Ulster-Scots at Balnamore Pupils from Balnamore Primary School recite The Proota Gaitherin - and teacher Jackie Morrison tells Liam Logan and James Fenton about the positive impact of learning Ulster-Scots on the childre...
Audio: Poetry from the Ballydown children in Ayr Mr Trevor Russell and his P7 pupils from Ballydown Primary make a visit to Burns Cottage in Alloway, Scotland, with presenter Wilson Burgess.
Audio: Primary School History Display in Ballycarry David Hume is in Ballycarry village on Braidisland Gaitherin Day. He chats with Rebecca McMullan at the primary school display stand at the Presbyterian Church historical exhibition. (Broadcast 27t...
Audio: Schools Poetry Competition in Bushmills Wilson Burgess is in Bushmills to announce the results of an Ulster-Scots poetry competition for schools, and the winners read their rhymes. With presenter Charlie Gillen.
Audio: Scots Language in Scottish Schools In Edinburgh, The Scottish Storytelling Centre, under the title ‘Multilingualism in Education’, have organised an event to encourage the use of the Scots language in schools.
Audio: Scots poet Liz Niven chats to Liam Logan One of the finest poets writing in the Scots tongue is Liz Niven and, at home in Dumfries, she reads a poem called Efter ye cam back fae Malawi and talks to presenter, Liam about her use of Scot...
Audio: Silent Nicht The choir of Culcrow Primary School sing the Ulster-Scots Christmas carol ‘Silent Nicht’. (Broadcast 20th December 2009)
Audio: Some children discover Ballycarry's History Led by David Hume, P7 Weans from Ballycarry Primary School discover the grave of James Orr and find out more about his life. Plus they learn about Ballycarrys oldest gravestone in Templecorran grav...
Audio: Storytelling in Edinburgh In Edinburgh, The Scottish Storytelling Centre, under the title ‘Multilingualism in Education’, has organised an event to encourage the use of the Scots language in schools.
Audio: Summer Scheme at Upper Crossgar In August, the Ulster-Scots Agency put on a number of summer schools for children aged 6-16 to tell them more about Ulster-Scots, the music, the history, the culture and the language.
Article: Tellytales is a colourful and immersive mix of pop-up book, animation and magical stage play - showcasing myths and legends from around the world. Children are at the heart of each episode - telling the tales...
Video: Tellytales: Programme 01 - Jeck an tha Banestaak (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the popular tale about a boy, a beanstalk and a giant…
Article: Tellytales: Programme 01 - Jeck an tha Banestaak (Script) . PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 02 - Tha Swurd in tha Stane (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the Welsh legend of Arthur, Merlin and a magical sword.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 02 - Tha Swurd in tha Stane (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 03 - Tha Wheechin Princess (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the traditional Native American tale about a race.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 03 - Tha Wheechin Princess (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 04 - Dauncin Rose (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the traditional Egyptian rags-to-riches tale.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 04 - Dauncin Rose (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 05 - Tha Snek Chairmer (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a traditional Indian story about a snake-charmer’s adventures.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 05 - Tha Snek Chairmer (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 06 - Tha Imperor an tha Nichtingell (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the tale by Hans Christian Andersen about a Chinese emperor.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 06 - Tha Imperor an Tha Nichtingell (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 07 - Tha Broonies an tha Soutar (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the Grimm Brothers tale about a shoemaker and his wife.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 07 - Tha Broonies an Tha Soutar (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 08 - Kïng Mydas (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the well-known Greek story of King Midas and his golden touch.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 08 - Kïng Mydas (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 09 - Muri oan tha Mune (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of an African tale from Kenya about Muri who visits the moon.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 09 - Muri oan tha Mune (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 10 - Tha Glammerie Parritch Pat (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a Russian tale about Lilya and a special gift from a Squirrel Boy.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 10 - Tha Glammerie Parritch Pat (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 11 - Tha Bunyip Wean (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a traditional Aboriginal tale from Australia about a baby bunyip.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 11 - Tha Bunyip Wean (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 12 - Tha Goolden Dyuck (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a traditional story from Warsaw, Poland, about a poor shoemaker.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 12 - Tha Goolden Dyuck (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 13 - Tha Palace o tha Cowans (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a tale from Scotland about a fisherman who catches a seal…
Article: Tellytales: Programme 13 - The Palace o tha Cowans (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 14 - Tha Whuttler an tha Princess (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of Princess Endah on the Island of Java who has to pick a husband.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 14 - Tha Whuttler an tha Prïncess (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 15 - Tha Wunnerfu Fruit Tree (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a South American tale about a marvellous tree.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 15 - Tha Wunnèrfu Fruit Tree (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Audio: The Covenanters at Whiteabbey Primary At Whiteabbey Primary School, we hear about the play ‘The Covenanters’ from Reformed Presbyterian Church minister and present-day covenanter, Reverend Harry Coulter.
Audio: The Door of Knowledge Jackie Morrison visits Moss-side Primary School, near Ballymoney, where the young people of the village have been working with artist, Ross Wilson.
Audio: The Fergusons emigrate to America Drama. The final straw for the Fergusons comes as their corn is flattened by the wind and rain. John remarks that America is bound to be an improvement. But the Presbyterian farmers are not weal...
Video: The Herrin's Heid At scenic Dunluce Castle, County Antrim, pupils from Balnamore Primary School - with their Principal, Jackie Morrison - recite the poem, ‘The Herrin’s Heid’.
Audio: The Way We Talk in Ulster Children John and Ann explore the language of the people in Ulster. They find out about old-fashioned words and phrases from Leon McAuley, who hails from the Glens of Antrim. Plus, they find out more...
Audio: Ulster-Scots Assembly at Balnamore Balnamore Primary School mark the end of the school year with a special Ulster-Scots Assembly (Broadcast 4th July 2004).
Video: Ulster-Scots at Armoy Primary School At Armoy Primary School, Willie Drennan learns from Gary Blair of the Ulster-Scots Agency that the pupils at the school are engaged in an Ulster-Scots cultural revival and are involved with FUSE FM an...
Audio: Ulster-Scots at Ballydown Primary School Wilson has a yarn with Burns enthusiast, Trevor Russell, Vice-Principal of Ballydown Primary School near Banbridge who talks about the schools involvement in promoting the Ulster-Scots heritage, an...
Audio: Ulster-Scots at Balnamore Primary School Mervyn Ferris, Parent Governor at Balnamore Primary School, tells Liam Logan about the schools involvement in Ulster-Scots: and Principal, Jackie Morrison discusses future plans to promote the lang...
Video: Ulster-Scots at Broughshane Primary School Willie Drennan sits in an Ulster-Scots workshop with a number of pupils from Broughshane Primary School, who give us a few examples of humorous Ulster-Scots phrases.
Audio: Ulster-Scots culture in Gracehill Primary school The staff of Gracehill Primary School introduce Ulster-Scots culture into the school (broadcast 2nd February 2003).
Audio: Ulster-Scots Drama at Derryboy P.S. Wilson Burgess is at Derryboy Primary School which is staging a play called ‘Kissing the Shuttle’.
Audio: Ulster-Scots drama in Moneyreagh We listen to an extract from the Ulster-Scots Agency’s ‘Fair Faa Ye’ project in Moneyreagh Primary School and hear from two of the three actors; Declan Burney and Saoirse Shanahan.
Audio: Ulster-Scots Language Society - Schools Project Liam Logan chats to Chairman of the Ulster-Scots Language Society, Anne Smyth, about their activities and the Ulster-Scots Schools Project. (Broadcast: 11 Nov 2006)
Audio: Ulster-Scots Language Society Schools Competition Ulster-Scots Language Society Schools Competition – Winners Announced (Broadcast 7th September 2003).
Audio: Ulster-Scots Music Lessons in Primary Schools The Ulster-Scots Agency runs a programme which sends teachers such as Mark Anderson and Keith Lyttle to primary schools around Ulster so that the children can learn music and song relevant to Ulster-S...
Audio: Ulster-Scots Summer Schemes In August, the Ulster-Scots Agency put on a number of summer schools for children aged 6-16 to tell them more about Ulster-Scots, the music, the history, the culture and the language.
Audio: Ulster-Scots Words with Dervock children The children from William Pinkerton Memorial Primary School in Dervock have a look at some Ulster-Scots vocabulary with Gary Blair. (Broadcast 16th October 2011)
Audio: Ulster-Scots Words with Dervock Pupils Pupils at William Pinkerton Memorial Primary School in Dervock have a look at some Ulster-Scots vocabulary with Gary Blair. (Broadcast 30th October 2011)
Audio: Voices Project: Ulster-Scots - Lisnagunogue: Schooldays Jackie Morrison and her mother, Mary Morrison, Elizabeth McLeister and Wilile Drennan discuss the Ulster-Scots vocabulary in different parts of County Antrim.
Audio: Voices Project: Ulster-Scots - Strength of Ulster-Scots in County Antrim Jackie Morrison and her mother, Mary Morrison, Elizabeth McLeister and Wilile Drennan discuss the Ulster-Scots vocabulary in different parts of County Antrim.
Audio: Voices Project: Ulster-Scots - the future of Ulster-Scots and our schools Jackie Morrison and her mother, Mary Morrison, Elizabeth McLeister and Wilile Drennan discuss the Ulster-Scots vocabulary in different parts of County Antrim.
Audio: Voices Project: Ulster-Scots - Working with Ulster-Scots Jackie Morrison and her mother, Mary Morrison, Elizabeth McLeister and Wilile Drennan discuss the Ulster-Scots vocabulary in different parts of County Antrim.
Audio: Wilbert Garvin: 'Ulster Innovators of Renown' Liam Logan meets Wilbert Garvin in the Linenhall Library where he is launching his book, ‘Ulster Innovators of Renown’.
Audio: William Livingstone: The Bard of Buick Willie Drennan catches up with his friend William Livingstone of Cullybackey, caretaker at Buick Memorial Primary School, to find out more about his poetry.
Audio: Willie Drennan at Hazelbank Primary School Willie Drennan visits the children at Hazelbank Primary School in Buckna, who he met on his TV show, ‘A Dander with Drennan’.
Video: Willie visits Belfast Boy’s Model School Willie Drennan pays a visit to the Belfast Boys’ Model School and entertains the pupils by performing some music alongside the Ulster-Scots Folk Orchestra.
Audio: Wilson Burgess tells a Christmas Story Helen Mark introduces Wilson Burgess who tells the pupils at Kilrea Primary School a very special Christmas story. (Broadcast 20th December 2009)
Audio: Wilson Burgess: Christmas Eve in Aghadowey Helen Mark introduces Wilson Burgess who tells the pupils of Culcrow Primary School a story about Christmas Eve in Aghadowey. (Broadcast 20th December 2009)
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Stranmillis Project

STRANMILLIS PROJECT
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Audio: Book launch: Sarah Leech, Weaver Poetess We’re in Donegal at the launch of a new book of poetry by Sarah Leech.
Audio: Buick Memorial Primary School Ulster-Scots education resources are piloted in Buick Memorial Primary School, Cullybackey (Broadcast 12th October 2003).
Audio: Crack at a Primary School in Cullybackey Willie Drennan opens the Kist at Buick Memorial Primary School in Cullybackey where we listen in as the P5, P6 and P7 classes sing My Aunt Jane and Willie chats to the children about the Ulster-...
Audio: Language and poetry at Buick Memorial Willie Drennan and the children of Buick Memorial talk about the Ulster-Scots words for body parts - as well as words like ‘glaur’, ‘sheugh’, ‘sleekit’, ‘thrawn’ and ‘crabbit’.
Audio: Maguiresbridge Primary School - Part 1 Maguiresbridge Primary School in Fermanagh is piloting the Stranmillis Ulster-Scots Schools Project (Broadcast 27th June 2004).
Audio: Maguiresbridge Primary School - Part 2 Maguiresbridge Primary School in Fermanagh is piloting the Stranmillis Ulster-Scots Schools Project (Broadcast 27th June 2004).
Audio: The Ulster-Scots Curriculum Project at Stranmillis An introduction to the Ulster-Scots Curriculum Project at Stranmillis University College, Belfast (broadcast 16th February 2003).
Audio: Ulster-Scots Curriculum Development Unit at Stranmillis An update on the work of the Ulster-Scots Curriculum Development Unit at Stranmillis University (Broadcast 14th March 2004).
Audio: Voices Project: Ulster-Scots - the future of Ulster-Scots and our schools Jackie Morrison and her mother, Mary Morrison, Elizabeth McLeister and Wilile Drennan discuss the Ulster-Scots vocabulary in different parts of County Antrim.
Audio: Voices Project: Ulster-Scots - Working with Ulster-Scots Jackie Morrison and her mother, Mary Morrison, Elizabeth McLeister and Wilile Drennan discuss the Ulster-Scots vocabulary in different parts of County Antrim.
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Young People

YOUNG PEOPLE
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Audio: A new show for Primary Schools: Fair Faa Ye We hear part of a new show for primary schools called Fair Faa Ye - which has been commissioned by the Ulster-Scots Agency and will be performed in schools around Northern Ireland over the comin...
Video: A recital of 'Mere than a twang' Lucy Mitchell recites ‘Mere than a twang’. (Broadcast: 19th Oct 2011)
Video: A recital of ‘Tha Proota Getherin’ Lucy Mitchell recites ‘Tha Proota Getherin’. (Broadcast: 28th Sep 2011)
Audio: A typical Scotch-Irish family’s dwelling in Ulster Drama. The Scotch-Irish lived mainly in stone and mud cabins with thatched roofs, with only two rooms, no windows and a clay floor. There were raids by the landless Rapparees, and they needed to defen...
Audio: Alexander and David are given a big task Drama. Father and son, Alexander and David work very hard to get the farm running but one job proves too much: putting a solid roof on the farmhouse and they ask Land Steward, Mr Neilson for help. Lor...
Audio: Altnaveigh House in Newry David Hanna talks about the work of Altnaveigh House in Newry (Broadcast 29th February 2004).
Audio: An Ulster-Scots Performance at Balnamore Primary School Liam Logan is at Balnamore Primary School where the children, under the guidance of their principal, Jackie Morrison, are putting on an Ulster-Scots performance including a rendition of Jim Fentons...
Audio: An Ulster-Scots singsong with Matthew Warwick As part of Belfast Book Festival, Matthew Warwick teaches the song Heid an shoothers, naps an taes to the weans in Shankill Library, and they all enjoy a good sing-song (Broadcast 21st March 200...
Audio: Animated DVD and Book about The Giant's Causeway We hear excerpts from The Giants Causeway Project featuring Benandonner, the Scottish giant and Finn MacCool, his Ulster rival. The project is an animated DVD and book by Whitehead-based children...
Audio: Ann Patterson & Lena Ferguson at the 2010 Broadisland Gathering Ann Patterson & Lena Ferguson of the Dalriada Gaelic Choir, describe the choirs background and share how Gaelic is spoken throughout their Scottish community, at the 2010 Broadisland Gathering. (Br...
Video: Anne Morrison-Smyth at the South Antrim Fishing Festival Anne Morrison-Smyth and a young friend, Adam from the Glynn, near Larne, learn about angling at the first South Antrim Fishing Festival. At Tildarg Fishery, they meet fisherman Nigel and cast a few li...
Audio: Bard of Dunclug & Bard of Moneyslane We go back in time, as David Herbison, better known as the Bard of Dunclug, tells us how he composes poems to the rhythm of his weaving loom. Plus, rhyming weaver poet Hugh Porter, the Bard of Moneysl...
Video: Ben Robinson on safety gear for Motocross Eight year old Ben is a Motocross enthusiast who got his first bike at the age of five. He practises on a track in a field at the family home - supervised by his dad who also rides bikes. Ben is a mem...
Audio: Cast members Credits for cast members of the children’s play ‘A Lemonade Bottle for Clabberin’ Hitler’. (Broadcast: Sun 14 Nov 2010)
Video: Castle Gardens P.S. - Cookery at Summer School 2010 David Anderson showcases the food cooked up during the Ulster-Scots summer school held at Castle Gardens Primary School in July 2010.
Video: Castle Gardens P.S. - Summer School 2010 Highlights from the Ulster-Scots Summer School held at Castle Gardens Primary School in July 2010.
Audio: Charlie Gillen meets Gary Blair Charlie Gillen has a chat with Gary Blair of the Ulster-Scots Agency about the events happening as part of Ulster-Scots library week in Ballymoney (Broadcast 31st May 2009).
Audio: Children's Poetry at Bushmills Liam Logan takes a run to Bushmills for the unveiling of a sculpture by the internationally renowned artist, Ross Wilson.
Audio: Children's Ulster-Scots Workshop in Bready At the Sollus Centre in Bready, Wilson Burgess gets feedback from tutors Charlie Gallagher, Stewart Buchanan and Georgina Kee at the end of a workshop for weans, put on by the Bready and District Ulst...
Audio: Darren Gibson on Ulster-Scots phrases Darren Gibson and Anne Morrison-Smyth discuss favourite Ulster-Scots phrases; and Darren talks about the importance of promoting Ulster-Scots to children. His son Sam recites the Selkirk Grace and Da...
Audio: David and Mary go to a ceilidh Drama. Mrs McIlveen lets the children go to a ceilidh but their father tells them to be back before dark and makes son David take a musket for protection. (Broadcast: 07/02/1990)
Audio: Dissecting Ulster-Scots poetry Leon McAuley discusses the range of words used in an Ulster-Scots poem by Charlie Gillen called ‘Flights of Fancy’. (Broadcast: 12 Mar 2002)
Audio: Drama - Sit There For The Present We hear clips from the play Sit There For The Present at St Nicholas Primary School in Carrickfergus, and playwright Dan Gordon tells us what he wanted to achieve with the drama. Principal, B...
Audio: Fair Faa Ye: Ulster-Scots Drama Project We listen in as Alan Wright (a.k.a. Adam Finlay in character) talks to P4-P7 children in Moneyreagh Primary School as part of the Ulster-Scots Agencys Fair Faa Ye project, which is touring ro...
Audio: Flight of the Earls: Hugh O’Neill receives a secret message Whilst staying in County Meath as a guest with a local lord, Hugh ONeill receives a secret visitor, who tells him that his escape ship is ready to depart from Rathmullan on Lough Swilly. (Broadcast...
Audio: Flight of the Earls: Hugh O’Neill travels to the escape ship With two days left to flee the country, The Earl of Tyrone and his wife travel from Dungannon to Rathmullan to get to their getaway ship. However, not everyone gets there in time (Broadcast: Fri 28...
Audio: Flight of the Earls: Irish are defeated in the Nine Years War Irish chiefs are defeated by the English in the Nine Years War, leaving them with no rule over their people. After a warning of possible arrest, Hugh ONeill, Earl of Tyrone, meets in secret with th...
Audio: Flight of the Earls: Irish Chieftains travel to Rome The former Irish chieftains flee Ireland by sailing from Rathmullan in Donegal to Rome, where the Italians welcome them with open arms. (Broadcast: Fri 28 Sep 1973)
Video: Go-Karting with Adam and Carl Stirling Anne Morrison-Smyth takes to the race track - and chats to champion go-karters, Adam and Carl, two brothers who have already made their mark in this field. They chat about the sport and the karts them...
Audio: Henry Acheson Ulster-Scots Summer School - Part 1 A look at the second annual Henry Acheson Ulster-Scots Summer School in Markethill (Broadcast 11th July 2004).
Audio: Henry Acheson Ulster-Scots Summer School - Part 2 A look at the second annual Henry Acheson Ulster-Scots Summer School in Markethill (Broadcast 11th July 2004).
Audio: Highland Dance Competition Part 2 Part 2 of Report from the first South Belfast Cultural Society ‘Highland Dance Competition’ in Belfast (Broadcast 28th September 2003).
Audio: Ian Halliday of the Mid Argyll Pipe Band Ian Halliday of the Mid Argyll Pipe Band talks to Wilson Burgess about the band’s take on traditional music, but with an added twist, at the 2010 Broadisland Gathering. (Broadcast: Sun 26 Sep 2010)
Audio: Itchy Coo - Part 1 Part 1 - Matthew Fitt talks about the work of Itchy Coo which publishes books in the Scots tongue (Broadcast 12th October 2003).
Audio: Itchy Coo - Part 2 Part 2 - Matthew Fitt talks about the work of Itchy Coo which publishes books in the Scots tongue (Broadcast 12th October 2003).
Audio: Jackie Morrison meets the Itchycoo Team In Edinburgh, The Scottish Storytelling Centre, under the title ‘Multilingualism in Education’, has organised an event to encourage the use of the Scots language in schools.
Audio: James Fenton at Balnamore Primary School We’re at the opening of a new extension to Balnamore Primary School, near Ballymoney.
Video: James Fenton: ‘Minin Bab’ James Fenton reads his poem ‘Minin Bab’ to pupils from Balnamore Primary and describes some of the words he uses in the poem.
Audio: Leon McAuley meets the Bard of Dunclug David Herbison. The independent weaver talks about the changes in Ballymena, his use of words and his collection of three thousand books. (Broadcast: 8th Feb 2000)
Audio: Linguistic origins of Ulster-Scots Children John and Ann speak to historic linguistic expert Mr McIntyre about the origin of the Ulster-Scots language. (Broadcast: 12 Mar 2002)
Audio: Local and Scots children perform Burns in Armagh Liam Logan is at the Marketplace Theatre in Armagh meeting children from here and from Ayrshire in Scotland taking part in a project about Robert Burns.
Video: Luke Drysdale visits the Cars of Yesteryear Exhibition at Mountstewart Young vintage car enthusiast, Luke Drysdale, shows us round some of the vintage cars at the Mountstewart Show, pointing out their features and considering whether choosing a Ferrari is actually a bit...
Audio: Mags Russell & John Saich at the 2010 Broadisland Gathering Mags Russell of Dalriada Arts and Culture, chats to Wilson Burgess about the history of the Kingdom of Dalriada. John Saich of Wild Biscuit Music, talks about the companys work, creating innovative...
Audio: Matthew Warwick in Shankill Library As part of Belfast Book Festival, Matthew Warwick teaches the song Heid an shoothers, naps an taes to the children in Shankill Library, along with a few Ulster-Scots words (Broadcast 21st March...
Audio: Matthew Warwick reads 'The Eejits' Matthew Warwick reads The Eejits (a Scots translation of Roald Dahls book The Twits) and sings with the children in Shankill library as part of the Belfast Book Festival (Broadcast 21s...
Audio: Moss-Side Primary School Art Project Jackie Morrison visits Moss-side Primary School, near Ballymoney, where the young people of the village have been working with artist, Ross Wilson.
Audio: Music classes and events at Altnaveigh House Staff and Tutors from Altnaveigh House in Newry talk about their music classes and events (Broadcast 29th February 2004).
Audio: New booklet: Weans' World Willie Drennan is at the launch of a new leaflet which has been produced by the Ulster-Scots Heritage Council - ‘Weans World’.
Audio: New Ulster-Scots books for Children Wilson Burgess hears from Michael McCullough of the Ulster-Scots Agency about a series of books for children with local stories translated into Ulster-Scots. Wilson reads from Samsons Titanic J...
Audio: News from the Moyne Highland Dancers At the opening night of the Border Counties Gathering, Samantha McIlhenney, one of the Moyne Highland Dancers, tells Liam Logan about the group’s activities. (Broadcast: 28 Oct 2006)
Audio: One year of the Erne Highland Dance School Marking one year of the Erne Highland Dance School, founders Audrey and Trevor Watson chat to Helen Mark, at Crom Castle in County Fermanagh. They talk about their successes and the popularity of High...
Audio: Piping at the Broadisland Gathering 2006 Liam Logan is in Ballycarry, between Whitehead and Larne, home of Ireland’s first Presbyterian minister who came over from Scotland in 1613 - Reverend Edward Brice.
Video: Poetry and Ulster-Scots at Balnamore Pupils from Balnamore Primary School recite The Proota Gaitherin - and teacher Jackie Morrison tells Liam Logan and James Fenton about the positive impact of learning Ulster-Scots on the childre...
Audio: Restrictive laws are passed in Ulster Drama. New laws passed meant nobody would buy wool at the market, but instead would buy flax, the crop from which linen cloth is made. The Fergusons later receive a visit from Rev. Carson who tells th...
Audio: Richard Archibald's website Richard Archibald talks about his website and recites one of his own poems (Broadcast 7th March 2004).
Video: Santer - Episode 1 - Overview Programme 1 includes stories about an Olympic champion from Dervock and a collection of World War I letters from Fermanagh. Mark Wilson takes a musical journey down the Old Wagon Road in America. Clos...
Video: Santer Series 1 - Dancing with Michelle Johnston A performance by Michelle Johnston and her dance troop. (Broadcast: Wed 1 Dec 2010)
Video: Santer Series 1 - Faith Moore - ‘Yin to a Hunner’ Ballymoney’s Faith Moore recites the poem ‘Yin to a Hunner’. (Broadcast: Wed 1 Dec 2010)
Video: Santer Series 1 - Faith Moore - the Ballad of the Tax Man Faith Moore recites the Ballad of the Tax Man by B. Winters. (Broadcast: Wed 10 Nov 2010)
Video: Santer Series 1 - Shannon Morrow and stock car racing Eleven year old Shannon Morrow shows us around her customised stock car. She regularly competes in the Junior Rod at the stock-car circuit in Aghadowey.
Video: Santer Series 1 - Ulster-Scots dancing and kilt-making in Bready James Kee shows us the townland of Sollus and shares the historical background of Bready near Strabane.
Audio: Scene 1: War is declared on Germany In Belfast 1939, Maggie and Aggie react to the declaration of war against Germany, and laugh about the battle plans of wee Hughie Spears from the corner shop. (Childrens Drama - A Lemonade B...
Audio: Scene 2: Precautions against German Attack Belfast citizens describe the precautions theyll take to protect themselves from German attack and members of the Northern Ireland Parliament discuss the possibility of a German strike. (Children...
Audio: Scene 3: How to use a gasmask In a classroom, pupils recite their times-tables and learn how to use their gasmasks. (Children’s Drama - A Lemonade Bottle for Clabberin’ Hitler’ - Broadcast: Sun 14 Nov 2010)
Audio: Scene 4: Court summons Belfast women, Maggie and Aggie talk about the court summons taken out against people during WWII. (Children’s Drama - A Lemonade Bottle for Clabberin’ Hitler’ - Broadcast: Sun 14 Nov 2010)
Audio: Scene 5: Evacuations out of Belfast Children share their diary accounts of being evacuated out of Belfast during WWII into the Newry countryside, Helens Bay and County Donegal. (Childrens Drama - A Lemonade Bottle for Clabberin...
Audio: Scene 6: Threat of a raid on Belfast The Prime Minister addresses the Northern Ireland Parliament, on the chance of an attack on Belfast. (Children’s Drama - A Lemonade Bottle for Clabberin’ Hitler’ - Broadcast: Sun 14 Nov 2010)
Audio: Scene 7: Life before the Belfast Blitz Depictions of normal everyday life during WWII in Belfast - until the Blitz… (Children’s Drama - A Lemonade Bottle for Clabberin’ Hitler’ - Broadcast: Sun 14 Nov 2010)
Audio: Scene 8: Devastation of the Belfast Blitz The chaos and extent of the damage caused by the Belfast Blitz is revealed, from the docks to civilian homes. (Childrens Drama - A Lemonade Bottle for Clabberin Hitler - Broadcast: Sun 14 Nov...
Audio: Scene 9: Maggie and the collection book Belfast women, Maggie and Aggie catch up after the Belfast Blitz - and Maggie shares her discovery of a collection book. (Childrens Drama - A Lemonade Bottle for Clabberin Hitler - Broadcast:...
Audio: Scotch-Irish emigration to America Drama. Many men with Ulster blood in their veins made their mark in American history as presidents, scholars, composers, inventors But why did thousands of Ulstermen travel to the wild land of Amer...
Audio: Scots Language in Scottish Schools In Edinburgh, The Scottish Storytelling Centre, under the title ‘Multilingualism in Education’, have organised an event to encourage the use of the Scots language in schools.
Audio: Scots poet Liz Niven chats to Liam Logan One of the finest poets writing in the Scots tongue is Liz Niven and, at home in Dumfries, she reads a poem called Efter ye cam back fae Malawi and talks to presenter, Liam about her use of Scot...
Audio: Settlers working on the Great Frontier John Ferguson and his Scotch-Irish family went to North America and found work for themselves as bonded labourers in Philadelphia. John and his son William worked to clear the forests to make room for...
Audio: Settling in at Drumboy farm Drama. Father and son, Alexander and David show they are not afraid of hard work by laying ash saplings over the blackened walls of the farm house and thatching them with rushes. Land Steward, Mr Ne...
Audio: Storytelling in Edinburgh In Edinburgh, The Scottish Storytelling Centre, under the title ‘Multilingualism in Education’, has organised an event to encourage the use of the Scots language in schools.
Audio: Summer Scheme at Upper Crossgar In August, the Ulster-Scots Agency put on a number of summer schools for children aged 6-16 to tell them more about Ulster-Scots, the music, the history, the culture and the language.
Audio: Tam O Shanter at the Spectrum Centre At Belfast’s Spectrum Centre, children have produced a rap version of Robert Burns’ ‘Tam O Shanter’ (broadcast 13th March 2002).
Article: Tellytales is a colourful and immersive mix of pop-up book, animation and magical stage play - showcasing myths and legends from around the world. Children are at the heart of each episode - telling the tales...
Video: Tellytales: Programme 01 - Jeck an tha Banestaak (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the popular tale about a boy, a beanstalk and a giant…
Article: Tellytales: Programme 01 - Jeck an tha Banestaak (Script) . PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 02 - Tha Swurd in tha Stane (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the Welsh legend of Arthur, Merlin and a magical sword.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 02 - Tha Swurd in tha Stane (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 03 - Tha Wheechin Princess (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the traditional Native American tale about a race.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 03 - Tha Wheechin Princess (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 04 - Dauncin Rose (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the traditional Egyptian rags-to-riches tale.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 04 - Dauncin Rose (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 05 - Tha Snek Chairmer (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a traditional Indian story about a snake-charmer’s adventures.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 05 - Tha Snek Chairmer (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 06 - Tha Imperor an tha Nichtingell (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the tale by Hans Christian Andersen about a Chinese emperor.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 06 - Tha Imperor an Tha Nichtingell (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 07 - Tha Broonies an tha Soutar (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the Grimm Brothers tale about a shoemaker and his wife.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 07 - Tha Broonies an Tha Soutar (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 08 - Kïng Mydas (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of the well-known Greek story of King Midas and his golden touch.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 08 - Kïng Mydas (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 09 - Muri oan tha Mune (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of an African tale from Kenya about Muri who visits the moon.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 09 - Muri oan tha Mune (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 10 - Tha Glammerie Parritch Pat (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a Russian tale about Lilya and a special gift from a Squirrel Boy.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 10 - Tha Glammerie Parritch Pat (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 11 - Tha Bunyip Wean (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a traditional Aboriginal tale from Australia about a baby bunyip.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 11 - Tha Bunyip Wean (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 12 - Tha Goolden Dyuck (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a traditional story from Warsaw, Poland, about a poor shoemaker.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 12 - Tha Goolden Dyuck (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 13 - Tha Palace o tha Cowans (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a tale from Scotland about a fisherman who catches a seal…
Article: Tellytales: Programme 13 - The Palace o tha Cowans (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 14 - Tha Whuttler an tha Princess (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of Princess Endah on the Island of Java who has to pick a husband.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 14 - Tha Whuttler an tha Prïncess (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Video: Tellytales: Programme 15 - Tha Wunnerfu Fruit Tree (Animation) An Ulster-Scots version of a South American tale about a marvellous tree.
Article: Tellytales: Programme 15 - Tha Wunnèrfu Fruit Tree (Script) PERFORMANCE NOTES
Audio: Tenant rents are tripled in Ulster Drama. John Ferguson and his friend, Tom Wilson, have been informed that their rent is to be trebled if they renew it, in a tactic called rack-renting. They ask the Reverend Carson for advice. (Broadc...
Audio: The Covenanters at Whiteabbey Primary At Whiteabbey Primary School, we hear about the play ‘The Covenanters’ from Reformed Presbyterian Church minister and present-day covenanter, Reverend Harry Coulter.
Audio: The Door of Knowledge Jackie Morrison visits Moss-side Primary School, near Ballymoney, where the young people of the village have been working with artist, Ross Wilson.
Audio: The Eejits at Belfast Book Festival Matthew Warwick, Development Officer with the Ulster-Scots Community Network, reads from the Scots translation of Roald Dahl’s book ‘The Twits’ (‘The Eejits’).
Audio: The future of the Erne Highland Dance School Marking one year of the Erne Highland Dance School, founders Audrey and Trevor Watson chat to Helen Mark. They talk about the pride they have in their dancers and Trevor shares the Ulster-Scots histor...
Audio: The future of Ulster-Scots Student Blane Neill chats to Conal Gillespie about the future of Ulster-Scots (Broadcast 14th March 2004).
Audio: The Giant's Causeway Project We hear an excerpt from The Giants Causeway Project featuring Benandonner, the Scottish giant and Finn MacCool, his Ulster rival. The project is an animated DVD and book by Whitehead-based childre...
Audio: The Growth of the Great Frontier We learn how the Scotch-Irish like William Ferguson travelled along rivers, into the growing frontier of America into areas such as Pennsylvania. Letters sent to people at home in Ulster, meant Scotch...
Video: The History of Hanna’s Close at Kilkeel At a small clachan outside Kilkeel, Andy Mattison catches up with Dr Arthur Mitchell to find out about the Hanna family who came from Scotland to settle in this small defensive settlement at the foot...
Audio: The Irish attack the McIlveens’ farm Drama. Father and son, Alexander and David McIlveen, climb to the top of Drumboy Hill and start to cut down trees. This angers the Irish woodkerne, and their leader, Art ONeill, decides they should...
Video: The Lightning Drum Corps Four young lads from Cambridge House Grammar School in Ballymena have formed a drumming group called The Lightning Drum Corps. Although individually they play in different bands and groups outs...
Audio: The McIlveens settle in County Down Drama. After deciding to put down roots in County Down, the McIlveen family are advised to travel to Newtownards and speak to the steward, Mr Neilson. Alexander is introduced to Lord Clanbog, who dec...
Audio: The Protestant Plantation of Ulster Drama. In 1607 the humble McIlveen family play their part in James I of Englands bid to end Ulsters resistance - the Ulster Plantation. They cross the narrow sea between Scotland and Ireland on...
Audio: The Scotch-Irish journey to America We hear about the Scotch-Irish family of John Ferguson who sailed across the Atlantic to North America. The story begins on the ship the family travelled on. Families like the Fergusons took little wi...
Audio: The Tale of Peter Kinnen A new translation into Scots of Beatrix Potters Peter Rabbit from 1902, has been completed by translator, Lynn McGeachie of the Beatrix Potter Society. The book has all the traditional pictu...
Audio: The Way We Talk in Ulster Children John and Ann explore the language of the people in Ulster. They find out about old-fashioned words and phrases from Leon McAuley, who hails from the Glens of Antrim. Plus, they find out more...
Audio: The Young Gaelic Choir of Dalriada An extract from a performance by the Young Gaelic Choir of Dalriada at the 2010 Broadisland Gathering. (Broadcast: Sun 26 Sep 2010)
Audio: Tommy and Christopher Tweed in North Antrim Connection Jim Millar Director of Language and Education for the Ulster-Scots Agency talks about the new publication and CD, called North Antrim Connection. We listen to the Ulster-Scots poems T...
Audio: Ulster Presence at 2011 Edinburgh Military Tattoo There was a strong Ulster presence at this years Edinburgh Military Tattoo where an 18-strong contingent of Northern Irelands own Highland Dancers took part. Andy Mattison finds out more. (Bro...
Audio: Ulster-Scots activities for children in Bready Wilson Burgess heads for Bready, by the banks of the Foyle, to take part in a workshop for schoolchildren put on by the Bready and District Ulster Scots group at the Sollus Centre.
Audio: Ulster-Scots at Balnamore Primary School Mervyn Ferris, Parent Governor at Balnamore Primary School, tells Liam Logan about the schools involvement in Ulster-Scots: and Principal, Jackie Morrison discusses future plans to promote the lang...
Audio: Ulster-Scots Book Week in County Armagh The Ulster-Scots Agency has just held its first Book Week.
Audio: Ulster-Scots drama - Schaldies Up The Chimley Lyric Theatre mentor Stephanie Kenny-Quinn and teacher Ruth Johnston, talk about their involvement in the play Schaldies Up The Chimley at Kesh Primary School in County Fermanagh. Some pupils wh...
Audio: Ulster-Scots drama in Moneyreagh We listen to an extract from the Ulster-Scots Agency’s ‘Fair Faa Ye’ project in Moneyreagh Primary School and hear from two of the three actors; Declan Burney and Saoirse Shanahan.
Audio: Ulster-Scots Summer Schemes In August, the Ulster-Scots Agency put on a number of summer schools for children aged 6-16 to tell them more about Ulster-Scots, the music, the history, the culture and the language.
Audio: Ulster-Scots Words with Dervock children The children from William Pinkerton Memorial Primary School in Dervock have a look at some Ulster-Scots vocabulary with Gary Blair. (Broadcast 16th October 2011)
Audio: Ulster-Scots Words with Dervock Pupils Pupils at William Pinkerton Memorial Primary School in Dervock have a look at some Ulster-Scots vocabulary with Gary Blair. (Broadcast 30th October 2011)
Audio: Voices Project: Ulster-Scots - Strength of Ulster-Scots in County Antrim Jackie Morrison and her mother, Mary Morrison, Elizabeth McLeister and Wilile Drennan discuss the Ulster-Scots vocabulary in different parts of County Antrim.
Audio: Wilbert Garvin: 'Ulster Innovators of Renown' Liam Logan meets Wilbert Garvin in the Linenhall Library where he is launching his book, ‘Ulster Innovators of Renown’.

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