Olympic Curling champion Rhona Martin explains how stones on the
rink can often create a messy picture and resemble a 'guddle'. Rhona talks us through the games leading up to the Gold medal performance and the dramas on the way to victory. She comments on being 'scunnered' and 'crabbit' on occasion, suggesting that the sport has its ups and downs.

This clip is from:
Blethering Scots, 2
First broadcast:
24 January 2012

Students could discuss how hobbies and interests can influence aspects of language use. They should then try to identify words and phrases in their own language that originate in their hobbies or interests. Also, students could recall a personal or sporting triumph and write an online blog article about their experience – incorporating as many Scots words as they can. Students could also commentate on some curling footage using Scots words.