Monthly Archives: June 2018

Learning Gaelic, Learning Scotland: Normalising Language

I’m sitting in an entirely empty train carriage at Glasgow Queen Street Station on my way to Mallaig. Two older ladies board and start speaking to each other in Gaelic, believing they won’t be understood. They are discussing how I am sitting in one of their booked seats and how young people these days have […] Continue reading

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Runrig: Once In A Lifetime @ 30

Bidh Once In A Lifetime le Runrig 30 bliadhna a dh’aois an ath mhios. Tha Eòghan a’ coimhead air clàr beò cho math a bha riamh ann. Bidh Runrig anns a’ Ghearmailt an deireadh-seachdain seo, a’ cluich nan consairtean mu dheireadh anns an dùthaich sinn a thug an uimhir de spèis dhaibh thar nam bliadhnaichean… Continue reading

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Ciom-Tì

Mmmm, is toil leam ciom-tì. Tha mi beò air an stuth. Teth, saillte, agus tòrr Lactobacillus beò. Nuair a bha mi òg an Seattle, b’ àbhaist dhomh torran ciom-tì ithe mus do thuig mi nach robh an stuth traidiseanta buileach … Cum ort a leughadh Continue reading

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