Seo podcast a rinn mi an cois Criosaidh NicIomhair a Breascleit. Tha e iongantach nam rudan a ghluaiseas bàrdachd an daoine. Continue reading “An Èisteachd nam Bàrd 2-Criosaidh NicIomhair, Breascleit, Eilean Leodhais”
Podcast an cois Dòmhnall Jumbo Greumach nach maireann a Tolstadh Bho Thuath. Tha e iongantach nam rudan a ghluaiseas bàrdachd ann an daoine. Continue reading “An Èisteachd nam Bàrd 1-Domhnall Greumach, Tolstadh Bho Thuath, Eilean Leodhais”
Thòisich mi nam phàrt den bhuidhean coimhearsnachd Cabraich a cur air adhairt deilbh cluich mu dualchas nan eilean an 2007.
An cois seo tha clàraidhean ceithir de na deilbh cluich a chaidh a chur air àrd ùrlar. Tha na sgriobtaichean rin leughadh air an ceangal làrach gu-iosal, Guthan nan Eilean agus CLILstore. Continue reading “Deilbh Cluich”
Tha ath-nuadhachadh de chleachdadh a bha ann bho chionn fhada, air iomadh còmhradh a dhùsgadh ann an Leòdhas an lùib a’ phròiseict ealain Bàta nan Salm.
Mus tàinig an rathad mòr, bhiodh coithional air an t-slighe dhachaigh anns na h-eathraichean, an dèidh nan òrdaighean, a togail salm san dealachadh. Continue reading “Sailm Fo Sheol”
In 2012 playwright Eric J MacDonald of Uig, Isle of Lewis, wrote the monologue, A Souvenir of Great Yarmouth. The theme is the life of the young Isle of Lewis women, who used to gut, salt and pack herring barrels in Stornoway, Wick, Shetland, Great Yarmouth, Fraserburgh, Lowestoft and other fishing ports. The character Mary, looks back on aspects of her working life, memories of community then and observations on her life today. Continue reading “Souvenir of Great Yarmouth”
I just love beul aithris stories, from Isle of Lewis Gaelic oral tradition. It is rare to have the opportunity to perform them for an audience nowadays.
Therfore, I have recorded five stories, because of the richness of the language which was handed down to me in the telling. All five stories are now uploaded to Soundcloud. Most importantly, they will be available to anyone wishing to learn local stories. Continue reading “Sabaist Mhor Wick”
I just love beul aithris stories, from Isle of Lewis Gaelic oral tradition. It is rare to have the opportunity to perform them for an audience nowadays. Therfore, I have recorded five stories because of the richness of the language which was handed down to me in the telling. All five are uploaded to Soundcloud now. Most importantly they will be available to anyone wishing to learn local stories. Continue reading “Ishbal Nighean Dhomhnaill Ban”
Magaidh Smith is a native Gaelic speaking tour guide in the Hebrides. Welcoming individuals and groups to the Isle of Lewis in 2019. I don’t get to dance at the Gearrannan Thatched House Village every day, much as I would love to.
As a tour guide in the Hebrides I feel the natural environment offers many unique experiences to visitors. Besides the landscape is also related to our indigenous culture and traditions. Continue reading “Tour guide Hebrides 2019”
Dementia Friendly Community in the Hebrides. Toil Inntinn The Will of the Mind is a 2018 bi-lingual publication by Magaidh Smith. Working as Gaelic and Culture Activities co-ordinator on the Arora project, An Lanntair. Part one is a selection of my blogs, describing group activities and incredible conversations. Part two is research, an array of culturally relevant conversations about… memory. Continue reading “Dementia Friendly Community”
St Valery Memories 2018 is 44 page publication with research on Prisoners of War captured in the 51 St Division, at St Valery-en-Caux on 12th June 1940. It includes accounts given by the Prisoners of War from the Isle of Lewis, during their 4 years in captivity. Continue reading “Prisoners of War 51st Division St Valery”