“I actually think that if somebody wishes to get to grips with the culture and history of Scotland they need to have some understanding and knowledge of Scots — the language,” he says. “It’s integral to everything that has happened over the past thousand years. In the same way I believe people should have some knowledge of Gaelic…
North East film heritage project; “Oor north-east Doric dialect is featured in bits o the doon load inaa this can easily be understood by any English speaker.” People can download a copy of “A Glimpse Into Scotland’s Rich Rural Past on Scottish Heritage’s website.
Scots cards at the Glenbarr Stores, Kintyre, via Facebook.