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Adrian Newington, Australian Singer-Songwriter

Allan MacDonald

An Comunn Gàidhealach:

An Comunn Gàidhealach Virtual Mòd 2020:

BBC Alba Cèilidh na Bliadhn’ Ùire – Hogmanay Ceilidh – Thursday 31 December 2020, Thoir dhomh do làmh

Bruce and Jill Watson, Déjà Vu (virtual choir)

Ceòlas, festival, South Uist

Còisir Lunnainn: and

Colin Campbell, co-author (Rosalind Green) of Can’t Shoot a Man with a Cold: Lt. E. Alan Mackintosh MC 1893-1917: Poet of the Highland Division” (out of print).  And co-author of a newbook of people’s recollections of the 20th century including from two First War Kilbarchan soldiers, Listen Closely an oral history of Kilbarchan. 1900-2000

David Ingerson, traditional Irish singer,,

Dora Darling, folk singer and songwriter, Albums include The Quest, Regret not me, Low down in the Broom

Evan and Lyn Mathieson, The Mathieson Australian Music And Image Archive,,

Ewan MacColl songs

Ewart Alan Mackintosh, WW1 poet

Fèis Rois

Fiona J Mackenzie:,,; and Duan Nollaig CD and lyrics, CD from Greentrax or

Folklore Society of Great Washington:

Gaelic Narnia:

Iain Speirs

La Maison Forestière de l’Ermitage: andère_Wilfred-Owen and and

Les Sullivan singer/songwriter

Letter to an Unknown Soldier (14-18 Now project): and My poem, in honour of my Great-uncle Gilbert, blown to pieces in the Battle of Cambrai:

Lothian Gaelic Choir

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Lynn Noel, CDs from, A Woman’s Way: True Tales of Women Explorers and Adventurous Women and Summon the Sun: Midwinter Poems and Carols for Rites and Riots of Winter Solstice

Marcas Mac an Tuairneir – Gaelic poet, writer and singer

Margaret Stewart

Mary Ann Kennedy; translation of C S Lewis’s The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, “Narnia ann an Gàidhlig” broadcast with husband Nick Turner week by week during the Covid lockdown:

Miriam’s launch at Crossbost:

Seachdain Na Gàidhlig (Edinburgh Gaelic Festival)


The Rita and Harry Robertson Archive, Australia: and Harry Robertson:

Ui Church Cèilidh (St Columba’s Church – Eaglais na h-Aoidhe)

Wilfred Owen and the end of the Great War – 100 years on: