A celebration of Ulster Scots music from Lurgan Castle, featuring local musicians who are joined by artists from both Canada and Scotland.
Capturing the variety and scope of the music that is Ulster-Scots. Filmed in Brownlow House, Lurgan.
Anne Morrison-Smyth presents an Ulster Scots series with stories about an Olympic champion from Dervock and a collection of World War I letters from Fermanagh. Show more
Ulster Scots series. Anne Morrison-Smyth experiences the Mid-Antrim motorbike races, and Mark Wilson continues his musical journey down the Old Wagon Road in America. Show more
An Ulster-Scots series. This episode features a kilt-making granny from Strabane, a ghost story from Dervock, and a look at the origins of bluegrass music from Staunton in America. Show more
Children prepare for Christmas with song, chat and a drama about three lazy young boys who are thrown out of home by their mother and set off on a long journey of discovery.
Burns Night concert from Belfast's historic Rosemary Street Church to celebrate the musical legacy of Robert Burns, featuring perfomances from local and international performers.
From audition to performance, a documentary following the progress of the first group of highland dancers from Northern Ireland to perform at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Show more
An Ulster Scots series. In this edition, the tour of the Ards finishes up in Ballywalter, Mark Wilson reaches Portpatrick, and Anne Morrison-Smyth tries her hand at karting.
This programme looks at a lifeboat restoration in Cloughey and a young farmers' tractor challenge in Straid, plus Mark Wilson visits Mabou in Nova Scotia.
An Ulster Scots series. This week we have model boats in Portavogie, the fife and drum challenge continues and Mark Wilson reaches Boston on his musical journey.
An Ulster Scots series. Music from Fred Morrison in Scotland and Madison Violet in Canada while Anne Morrison-Smyth and Alister McReynolds take a trip to Bellaghy Bawn.
Including fishing in Portavogie, Mark Wilson arrives in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and Anne Morrison-Smyth learns about dog agility.
Including features on the restoration of a forge in the Glens of Antrim; a transatlantic musical journey beginning in Donegal; and a drum major competition in Dunoon.
An Ulster Scots series. Dr David Latimer talks about his two churches in Londonderry and Donegal while Anne Morrison-Smyth experiences a trip in a Hillman Imp. Show more
Noreen Hill talks about growing up in Islandmagee, Mark Wilson reaches the end of his New Zealand tour while Craig and Emma conclude their musical challenge. Show more
A Burns Night celebration from the Belfast Waterfront Hall. Featuring Scottish singer Emily Smith and local artists accompanied by the Ulster Orchestra.
Pauline Scanlon and John Toal introduce music performances from traditional music artists. This episode features Connla, LAS, and Cup O'Joe with Niall Murphy and Eamon Rooney. Show more
Pauline Scanlon and John Toal introduce music performances from established and emerging traditional music artists. This episode features Cuig, Emma Ni Fhioruisce and Briste. Show more
Pauline Scanlon and John Toal introduce music performances from traditional music artists. This episode features Réalta, Athrú, Niall Hanna and The Walls Sisters. Show more