Celtic Music Radio broadcast on Thursday 13 June at 7.00pm the first part of this lively evening of discussion and debate about the origins of Scotland’s indigenous languages with University of the Highlands and Islands language specialists Dr Donna Heddle, Director of Centre For Nordic Studies and Professor Rob Dunbar, Director of Soillse with guests Dr Christine Robinson, Director of Scottish Language Dictionaries and J Derrick McClure, Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen.
Chaired by comedian and frequent television and radio contributor Susan Morrison, this is evening of quick-fire wit and wisdom, featuring four eminent academics confined in one room, is not to be missed.
Recorded as part of Celtic Connections 2013 talks on 30 January 2013 at Glasgow City Halls.
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Jennifer Crook played Glasgow on Tuesday 21 May at the Star Folk Club which meets in The Ardmiral Bar Basement, Waterloo Street, Glasgow. With Jennifer is guitarist Mike Cosgrave.
Before the gig, Jennifer came into the Celtic Music Radio studio for a chat and tune with Bill Morris on the Homeward Bound programme.
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Rebecca Pronsky was in Glasgow on Wednesday 20 March 2013 as part of her UK/European Tours for her gig later that night at Sounds in the Suburbs in Jordanhill, Glasgow
Before that, Rebecca visited Celtic Music Radio studio 1 for a chat and session with Bill Morris on the Homeward Bound programme.
Rebecca Pronsky is a born and raised Brooklynite who plays twangy folk that is as “urban as it is rural, not afraid to be sophisticated”. The new album is called Only Daughter and was released March 19, 2013.
Rebecca tours with husband/lead guitarist Rich Bennett.
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On Homeward Bound on Wednesday 6 March, Bill Morris presented the programme with special guests Jez Hellard and the Djukella Orchestra live in studio 1.
Jez Hellard was playing the Lismore Bar, 206 Dumbarton Road at Patrick Cross, Glasgow that evening, Wednesday 6 March.
Bill has a chat with Jez and his ‘orchestra’ with a few live tunes.
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Liz Clark introduces Graham Low and Jack Kirkpatrick from Orkney on the Danny Kyle winners’ stage at Adelaides in Bath Street as part of Celtic Connections 2013
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