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16 October 2014
Ulster Scots Voices

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Ulster-Scots Voices

- Mark Thompson
- Sally Young
- Charlie Gillen
- Iain McAfee
- Kenny Blair
- Margaret Taylor

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Welcome to Ulster-Scots Voices / Fair fa ye tae oor Ulster-Scotch Taakers

Hear Ulster-Scots voices speak the 'braid Scots tongue'! Ulster-Scots is spoken by an estimated 100,000 people in Northern Ireland. Listen as speakers from the Ulster-Scots community talk about their lives.
Catch up with Ulster-Scots Voices 2005.

Have a listen to some stories / Gi anear tae a wheen o yairns
Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson explains why his 'Nae Parkin' road sign is in Ulster-Scots

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'He used tae cut the knuckles off us wi the cane.' Sally Young tells of her teacher's dislike of Ulster-Scots.

Meet Sally >>

Sally Young


Listen to Charlie Gillen and Charlie Reynolds talking about their Ulster-Scots roots, and their pride in their culture.

Meet the two Charlies >>

Iain McAfee talks about the grassroots movement behind Ulster-Scots activities today in the province.

Meet Iain >>

Iain McAfee


'Ulster sails West.' Kenny Blair explains the theme of the Ulster-Scots mural he designed.

Find out about Kenny's mural >>

Margaret Taylor tells us about the Scottish community in the Glebe in Ballymoney.

Meet Margaret >>


Hae Yer Ain Say / Tell Your Story...
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