Language and Culture
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Doric TV is based in Cruden Bay – we’ve come a long way in a year! It’s great that a glimpse of the culture, history, and dialect of Aberdeenshire has been featured by Alba TV!
Doric TV are delighted to post this piece which Mark put together exclusively for Doric TV viewers.
I’m Ramsay and I’m delighted to be on my way to Cruden Bay where I am going to meet Doric TV. I am so happy to hear…
Doric TV are pleased to share….
17th July 2021 Roy Stewart has submitted his video - The story of Torry, Aberdeen for viewers of Doric TV To watch the video, click the play button on the section below. Join the Doric TV Community today We very much hope you will join our Doric TV Community by...
hank you to Lesley Sim from Huntly, who took the time and effort to send in her lockdown poems for Doric TV.
Fin Aaron Gale (author/illustrator) an Jackie Ross (storyteller) got igither their imaginations gaed wild!
Ethel Reid – Pitullie, Aberdeenshire – Oral History. Ethel is of a fishing background, she speaks of her family life in Pitullie
The Doric Team – A Celebration of who/what we are in Aberdeenshire today . Proud of our Doric Language and Culture.
Doric TV – Language and Culture, Jill Speaks to Mark Findlater and Peter Chapman, both champions of the…..
Jill talks to Dr. Tom McKean from the Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen. Elphinstone was set…..
Jill McWilliam of Doric Tv Interviews Professor Robert Millar of Aberdeen University………..
Dr Joanna Kopaczyk, Senior Lecturer in Scots and English (English Language & Linguistics) Glasgow University, and Jack…
Paul Hourston is making a bit of a name for himself spreading the Doric word with Tik Tok!
The Bard of Udny Green, Jeannie Price takes Doric TV on a short tour of her idyllic little village. Over lock down Jeannie ….
Although a ‘Toon Loon’ I came from countra’ stock spending many of my holidays on farms at Westhill Murtle….
Doric TV Interviews Debbie Leslie, a sought after Doric poet, writer, author, after dinner speaker and business woman….
David Wilkie who now lives in the Phillippines talks of his boyhood in Aberdein where he lived right……
Doric is the dialect spoken in N.E Scotland . Today we hear many other dialects intertwined in our present day culture…..
#1: ‘The Scots Leid: Whar we ar an whar we want tae be’ The video here features an extract from a longer Round Table…..
I met Doric Poet Jo Gilbert at the Elphinstone Institute, Aberdeen on my quest to find people…….