Gaelic songs and stories burst with mythical water creatures, from fairy cattle to waterfall banshees. Folk singer Julie Fowlis is our guide to the river life of the Highlands.
Gaelic songs and stories burst with mythical water creatures, from seductive kelpies and selkies to woeful waterfall banshees. In the first of five Essays from the banks of British rivers, folk singer Julie Fowlis guides Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough through a watery Highland underworld.
Producer: Alasdair Cross
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