Gaelic Journeys

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This page brings together most of the recordings made as part of the reciprocal visits between Scotland and Ireland under the Guthan nan Eilean/Guthanna na nOileán project funded by Colmcille. In the links columns you can click on the “Youtube” link to go directly to the recording, or on the “Wordpress” link to read the Island Voices blogpost about it. A “Clilstore” link will take you to a wordlinked transcript.

Table 1. Scottish visit to Ranafast (2013)

Title Language Content Links
A Gaelic Journey English The Scottish Island Voices Project (Guthan nan Eilean) visits Ireland. This version of the documentary has an English commentary. YouTube

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WordPress

Cuairt Ghaelach Gaeilge The Scottish Island Voices Project (Guthan nan Eilean) visits Ireland. This documentary has an Irish language commentary. YouTube

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WordPress

Cuairt Ghàidhealach Gàidhlig The Scottish Island Voices Project (Guthan nan Eilean) visits Ireland. This documentary has a Scottish Gaelic commentary. YouTube

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WordPress

Darragh Ó Dochartaigh Gaeilge Darragh recites a poem YouTube
Shauna Ní Dhochartaigh Gaeilge Shauna recites a poem Ipadio
Club Óige Rann na Feirste Gaeilge Bridanna talks to Caoimhìn about the youth club YouTube

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Bóthar an

Chladaigh

Gaeilge Aodh talks to Neil about stonework YouTube

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Eairdsidh agus Nìall Caimbeul Gàidhlig Eairdsidh and Nìall exchange impressions YouTube

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Table 2. Irish visit to Benbecula (2014)

Title Language Content Links
Eairdsidh Caimbeul ag caint faoin oileán Gàidhlig From the top of Rueval, Archie Campbell explains to the Irish visitors some of the historical background to the sights spread out below and beyond. YouTube

WordPress

Ruabhal Gaeilge Nìall and the two Caoimhìns discuss geographical terms in Irish and Scottish Gaelic, from the top of Rueval. YouTube
Oíche Shamhna sa Ghaeltacht Gaeilge Sitting by the huge original fireplace in the historic Nunton House – on a dark and stormy night – Colm shares his childhood memories of what Scottish Gaels would call “Oidhche Shamhna” with Malachy. YouTube

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WordPress

An Fómhar Gaeilge Aodán Ó Cearbhaill i mbun cainte le Caoimhín Ó Dónaill faoin athrú a thagann ar an saol san Fhómhar YouTube

 

 

Béaloideas Gaeilge Niall Comer agus Conal Mac Seáin ag plé cúrsaí béaloidis YouTube

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Niall Comer agus Malachy Ó Néill Gaeilge Smaointe fá Ghaeilge na hÉireann agus na hAlban á gcíoradh ag Niall Comer agus Malachy Ó Néill YouTube
Conal Mac Seáin Gaeilge Conal Mac Seáin ag meabhrú ar an seal a chaith sé ar Bheinn na Foghla YouTube

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Aodán Ó Cearbhaill Gaeilge Aodán Ó Cearbhaill ag machnamh ar an turas YouTube

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Colm Mac Giolla Easbuic Gaeilge Roinneann Colm Mac Giolla Easbuic a smaointe ar an seal a chaith sé ar Bheinn na Faoghla. YouTube
Caoimhín agus Gordon Gàidhlig,

Gaeilge

Air an oidhche mu dheireadh bha còmhradh goirid “dà-chànanach” ann eadar Caoimhín Ó Dónaill agus Gordon Wells. YouTube

WordPress
Eairdsidh Caimbeul Gàidhlig Seo Eairdsidh, a’ bruidhinn agus a’ beachdachadh air an turas a bh’ aige gu Èirinn an uiridh, agus air na tha ri fhaicinn agus ri dhèanamh air an eilean aige fhèin. YouTube

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Casadh an tSúgáin Gaeilge Neil Comer of Ulster University is a man of many talents… Ceòl nam measg! YouTube

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  1. Séamas Ó Direáin
    10/07/2016 at 5:07 pm

    Is iontach liom na hacmhainní atá curtha ar fáil agaibh. Tapaidh leibh!

  2. Seán F. Ó Drisceoil
    21/02/2017 at 4:43 pm

    Smaoineamh ar dóigh! Deagh-smaoin!

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