/ Julie Fowlis - BBC Radio 4 Tue 2nd April

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Douglas Griffin - on 28 Mar 2013
Worth a listen if you like your trad:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01rl7cy
"Acclaimed Gaelic singer and multi-instrumentalist Julie Fowlis has taken the songs she learnt from her native Outer Hebrides to Hollywood...
Tobar an Dulchais/Kist o Riches (well of heritage) is an ambitious project that aims to preserve and make accessible several thousand hours of Gaelic and Scots recordings from the School of Scottish Studies, BBC and the National Trust for Scotland's Canna Collection. There are already more than 30,000 songs, stories and tunes available online for anyone to hear."
Rob Naylor - on 03 Apr 2013
In reply to Douglas Griffin:

And here I am, stuck in Sakhalin!

All they play here is nasty Russian Rap!
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stroppygob - on 03 Apr 2013
In reply to Douglas Griffin: She's very attractive. At work at the mo so cannot listen, will do so later. Thanks for the link.

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