Festive Greetings to all our  Doric TV Community

Check out Doric TV's unique Christmas messages from David Wilkie our man in the Philippines, and also from Santa's cousin Angus, our man in Whinnyfold.  We also have a great wee interview with Karen Barrett Ayres - no relation to Pam Ayres! who amongst other things, tells the amazing story of how she formulated Coronavirus Signs in Doric for the United Nations.
There's also recent footage featuring the incredible Andrew - and  his howling Doric Husky team - reflecting on the benefits of mindfulness and utilising the outdoors for mental and physical well being. Andrew has a multiple sclerosis condition and is a true inspiration.
Leading us into the festive period we have an interview with The Bard of Udny Green who tells us all about her work and her pop up festive shop !
As you may know, Doric TV is a self funded venture, well, we received an early Christmas present recently when we received a £1,500 grant from The North Connect Legacy to go towards the purchase of a Mac book lap top.   Thanks to Foundation Scotland and to The Port Erroll Heritage Group who are both supporting Doric TV.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you and yours a quiet and contemplative festive period,
Jill and Gordon.

Our Latest Interviews
Doric TV is beginning to connect people all over the word.
Our thanks to Dave in the Philippines  who formulated this lovely little festive reflective video, with a very special message  to us all. It incorporates folk from the Doric TV Community. We thank you all for being part of our journey so far.
Our drumming star of Doric TV Angus fae Finnyfaul rises to the festive occasion aided by Mr. Smith our local farmer.
Graphic Designer, writer and lover of Doric, Karen Barrett-Ayres speaks exclusively to Doric TV about her work and the Doric connections linked to her childrens books.
The incredible Life of Andrew Scott. Andrew uses the balance of nature and his sled dog team to keep himself active. Andrew has a multiple sclerosis condition which limits his walking. The woodlands and Andrew’s dogs help to sustain him, give him purpose and strengthens his senses. His ability to cope is helped by his mindfulness and being one with nature . A true gentleman and a great inspiration.

The Bard of Udny Green, Jeannie Price takes Doric TV on a short tour of her  idyllic little village.   Over lock down Jeannie complied a book of comic verse with some Doric rhythm, ‘Beware The Odes of March’.    Many people over lockdown have taken to be creative and Jeannie has certainly utilised her time to bring good cheer to others.

Another aspect Doric TV is keen to promote is ‘buying locally’  as this helps the economy of small villages.

Jeannie has instigated a pop up shop in Udny Green for Christmas.

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