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Tag: gaelic

Pure Joy at Celtic Connections

  Jolene Cargill caught up with Joy Dunlop (pictured) to have a chat about Celtic Connections, her new album and recruiting for MI5! Joy Dunlop has...

Dunoon to host 109th Royal National Mòd

Am Mòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail (The Royal National Mòd), Scotland’s premier festival celebrating Gaelic linguistic and cultural heritage, will this year travel to Dunoon for...

Scotland’s language myths: 1. Scots is a dialect of English

Following on from our 'History of Scottish languages' series by Paul Kavanagh, Newsnet Scotland is happy to present a new series on Scottish...

Newsnet Scotland – ahead of the curve

By Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond Newsnetscotland.com has been ahead of the curve, as more and more people now use online media sources for...

A history of Scottish languages – part 10

by Paul Kavanagh Read part 9 2000 AD : Gaelic has suffered a catastrophic decline and has now almost entirely vanished from almost all...

A history of Scottish languages – part 9

by Paul Kavanagh Read part 8 1800 AD : It was during this period that both Scotland's major languages became minoritised, but Scots and...

A history of Scottish languages – part 7

by Paul Kavanagh Read part 6 1400 AD : A massive shift to Scots is in progress in the Lowlands. By this time Scots...

A history of Scottish languages – part 3

by Paul Kavanagh 600 AD : Pictish and Cumbric were now seen as quite different languages spoken by distinct peoples.  They may still have...

A history of Scottish languages – part 2

by Paul Kavanagh 300 AD :  By this time the Brittonic dialect of Roman Britain was beginning to undergo a massive set of phonetic...

A history of Scottish languages – part 1

by Paul Kavanagh (Click here for part 2) In November 2010 the Ministerial Working Group on the Scots Language delivered its report to the...