this reading is part of a series launched by Jackie Kay of online readings, showcasing a line-up of established literary talent and emerging voices from Scotland and around the world. In addition to writers, the line-up features Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon who will read her favourite poems.
The events will stream via the National Theatre of Scotland’s YouTube channel every Thursday at 7pm for 16 weeks, each show lasting approximately 40 minutes, finishing in time for people to clap for the NHS at 8pm. Audiences can tune in directly via the NTS YouTube channel or by clicking through from the home page of Makar To Makar’s website (www.makar2makar.com). Recordings of the live shows will be available to those who couldn’t watch live the day following the live performance on YouTube, the Makar To Makar website and on the partners’ website. The events are free to enjoy.
Recordings of the live shows will be available to those who couldn’t watch live the day following the live performance on YouTube, the Makar To Makar website and on the partners’ website. The events are free to enjoy.
www.open.edu/openlearn/languages/more-languages/gaelic-modern-scotland/content-section-0 it is a very useful course, especially if you know little or nothing about Gaelic and it’s place in Scotland, but even if you are world expert you will learn something new!
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