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How Auld Lang Syne took over the world

Dougie Vipond explores how Scotland's best-known musical export became a worldwide phenomenon, demonstrating how Auld Lang Syne has been adopted around the world.

Dougie Vipond will take you on a trip to discover how Scotland's best-known musical export became a worldwide phenomenon. From Ayrshire to Tokyo, via New York City, we'll look at how Auld Lang Syne has been adopted around the world. With some fantastic archive and commentary from well-known faces including Alan Cumming, Sir Cliff Richard and Clare Grogan, we will find out just how Auld Lang Syne became a globe-conquering song.

54 minutes

Last on

Tue 31 Dec 2013 22:20

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Dougie Vipond
Producer Breid McLoone
Executive Producer Eileen Herlihy

Broadcast

  • Tue 31 Dec 2013 22:20

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