Welcome to Birseland Media

FreedasmallAs you will see we’ve split the sections up into some of the different parts of my life as I know it. My trusty advisors tell me that it’s too complicated to try to explain the world in which I wander, so I’ve settled on two main parts – media and music. That’s complicated enough for most people – but I’ll maybe introduce some of the other parts in due course.

Best wishes

Frieda Morrison.

 

Latest News

Scots Radio’s thank you to the CMF

A big thank you tae the organisers o the Celtic Media Festival. The welcome an hospitality wis fantastic an sae appreciated. Scots Radio was honoured tae be nominated for an award an included on this international stage wi a the ither Celtic countries in the World. Bit winnin an... read more

Don’t neglect the UK’s indigenous languages

Would you be surprised if I, Rhona NicDhùghaill (a language teacher from Oban) told you that, far from being a land of monoglots, there are ten indigenous languages spoken today in the British Isles? Yet we are very quick to tell ourselves that we’re rubbish at languages. We are linguistically isolated monoglots,... read more

Celebrating Scots Radio

PRESS RELEASE:  An online Radio programme, that celebrates the Scots language, has been nominated for a top international award alongside some of the worlds biggest Radio Stations. ‘Scots Radio’ is produced by well known broadcaster and singer Frieda Morrison and features Scots ‘fae Shetland tae the Borders and athin... read more

Tradfest 2016

Edinburgh’s TradFest kick starts the summer season with a feast of music, storytelling, dance, folk drama, folk film, literature & talks, crafts & visual arts in Scotland’s capital. From Wednesday 27th April to Sunday 8th May, covering 12 days, in 25 venues and with more than 90 events, this... read more

‘Images of the Song’ @ Tradfest 2016

Broadcaster and singer-songwriter Frieda Morrison presents a musical journey of self-penned and traditional songs and tunes, melded together with her own unique film footage from North East Scotland and beyond. Frieda is joined by fiddle player Sarah Beattie and vocalist and autoharp player Delane Morrison. This unique combination of... read more

Scots Radio nominated for International Award

I am affa pleased tae announce that Scots Radio has been nominated for an international award, in the magazine programme category, o the Celtic Media Festival to be held this year in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland. We micht nae be as big as the ithers – bit we traivel... read more

 

Scots Radio

Scots Radio is a monthly podcast about Scots Language culture and events.

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