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Something went “click” in the night…

Last night, on Hallowe’en, as countless clocks ticked and tocked their way through the world’s revolving hours of dizzying darkness, something cyberspatial went “click”…

And this morning the Island Voices YouTube channel displays an interesting statistic – over 50,000 views of Island Voices Videos!

Top of the all-time list comes Norman Maclean’s fascinating conversation with Archie Mackay on Creativity and Values – part of the Series Two Enterprise English collection. But there’s been an interesting upsurge across the board over the last couple of months, with the Gaelic Documentary on Catching Razorfish (from the Series Two Outdoors collection) making a very strong showing – particularly in the USA. It’s now third on the all-time list – and catching up fast!

Should we be making preparations for a seasonal influx from the States of Gaelic-learning razorfish catchers? Spooky thought…

Categories: Video
  1. 01/11/2012 at 1:07 pm

    Reblogged this on tools4clil and commented:
    Some seasonal cheer… Remember – all the Island Voices videos are now available on Clilstore!

  2. 14/12/2012 at 12:33 pm

    Perfect result! No wonder, though, as the videos, tunes, verses and simply information are really catching! …

  1. 17/02/2014 at 3:10 pm

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