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Primary School Teacher, Glasgow, Scotland.

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  1. Podcasts | Scotland’s Sounds

    Have a listen in to the podcasts created in 2017:


    Sounds like Scotland radio programme

    We created a 30-minute radio programme for art radio station Radiophrenia, which was broadcast on 10 November 2017. Have a listen in!

    http://scotlands-sounds.nls.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/sounds_like_scotland_121017_128k.mp3

    This programme features the following recordings:

    Cradle Song Medley | James Scott Skinner, 1909, National Library of Scotland

    Alistair Campbell & Betty Nichol, 1983, Scottish Borders Archives [Listen online here]

    Birds on Canna, 1951, National Trust for Scotland [Listen online here]

    Mairead nan Cuiread (Tha Mulad, Tha Mulad) | Kate Nicolson (and chorus), 1963, School of Scottish Studies Archives at the University of Edinburgh [Listen online here]

    Bobby & Gordon Hogg, 2007, Am Baile [Listen online here]

    Pathfoot Sounds by Suzy Angus & Janieann McCracken, 2017, University of Stirling [Listen online here]

    John MacDonald, 1980s, Inverness Museum & Art Gallery & Am Baile [Listen online here]

    Selkirk Pickin Night, 2011, Scottish Music Centre

    Jenifer Harley, 2011, West Lothian Archives

    A Tattie, a Neep and an Ingin | Harry Gordon, 1929, National Library of Scotland

    Donald Morrison, 1970s, Comunn Eachdraidh Nis | The Ness Historical Society

    Stella Henriques, 1986, University of Aberdeen Special Collections [Listen online here]

    Louise Welsh, 2014, OurStory Scotland

    Karolinka | Polish-Scottish Song and Story Group, 2015, Elphinstone Institute at the University of Aberdeen

    Alexander Smith, The Boatie Rows, 1976, School of Scottish Studies Archives at the University of Edinburgh [Listen online here]

    Josephine Neill, Mullwharcar, 1981, Vanishing Scotland

    Doris Crook and Fiona Macpherson, Scottish Working People’s History Trust [Listen online here]

    Ian Wilson, 2015, University of Dundee Archive Services

    Pooni the cat, 1949, National Trust for Scotland Canna Collection [Listen online here]

    House session, 2011, Raretunes [Listen online here]

    & Lyndsay Porteus – Deil amang the tailors, 2009, Raretunes [Listen online here]

    Scaffolding, Music Practice, the Doors, the Duet, Scottish Music Centre

    Stanley Robertson, 2000, Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen


    Unheard Of podcasts

    Schools, community groups and youth groups responded to sound collections from Helmsdale (Timespan), Fife (Fife Cultural Trust), Glasgow (Glasgow City Archives) and Stronsay (Orkney Library & archives). Our partners Media Education facilitated these podcast sessions and liaised with 13 community radio stations to broadcast them on air. Have a look at the ‘making of’ film or listen in to the podcasts.

    Unheard of from Media Education on Vimeo.

     

     

     

     

    https://scotlands-sounds.nls.uk/index.php/online-sound-collections/podcasts/

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  2. The danger of a single story | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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    Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice — and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.

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  3. The lie that invented racism | John Biewen

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    To understand and eradicate racist thinking, start at the beginning. That’s what journalist and documentarian John Biewen did, leading to a trove of surprising and thought-provoking information on the "origins" of race. He shares his findings, supplying answers to fundamental questions about racism — and lays out an exemplary path for practicing effective allyship.

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  4. Mac Power Users #591: HyperCard All the Way Down, with Adam Engst - Relay FM

    With over 30 years of history, TidBITs is the longest-running tech publication covering Apple in the world. This week, one of its founders, Adam Engst, drops by the show to talk about his writing workflow, unusual input devices and how WWDC has changed.

    https://www.relay.fm/mpu/591

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