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Gaelic Re-existence

Jimmy Ó Briain Billings

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The Gaelic Re-existence podcast is an accompaniment to my writing on Substack. The podcast features audio readings of my writing and will sometimes feature conversations. You can support this work by subscribing on Substack: https://substack.com/@gaelicreexistence or Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gaelicreexistence gaelicreexistence.substack.com
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This essay is an excerpt from my self-paced online course Decolonization in Ireland: unravelling whiteness and remembering the land. To learn more, including a lot of historical and theoretical context for what I talked about here, and possibilities for where to go from here, consider signing up for the course which can be found at my website gaeli…
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Essay available on Substack. To support the podcast subscribe on Substack or Patreon. https://gaelicreexistence.substack.com https://www.patreon.com/gaelicreexistence Get full access to Gaelic Re-existence at gaelicreexistence.substack.com/subscribeBởi Jimmy Ó Briain Billings
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The final episode in this series sees Deirdre Graham in conversation with renowned singer, Kim Carnie. They explore bloody murder through Gaelic song, choosing a song each that holds a gruesome tale behind them. Produced by Deirdre Graham Mixed by James Lindsay Music from Deirdre Graham's album URRANTA This series is supported through the 'Tasgadh'…
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Deirdre Graham in conversation with Rona Lightfoot about her upbringing in South Uist, the links between piping and Gaelic songs, and a canntaireachd lesson! Produced by Deirdre Graham Mixed by James Lindsay Music from Deirdre Graham's album URRANTA This series is supported through the 'Tasgadh' fund from Fèisean nan Gàidheal. Further Information w…
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Deirdre Graham hosts a conversation with Gaelic singer and songwriter, Rachel Walker about two of her own compositions; Sgàthach celebrates the revered warrior queen from Skye and Gormshùil, the most powerful of the West Coast witches. Produced by Deirdre Graham Mixed by James Lindsay Music from Deirdre Graham's album URRANTA This series is support…
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Deirdre Graham in conversation with Dòmhnall Ryno Morrison about some songs and poetry connected to World War 1, with a closer look at the communities that were affected at home, as well as the communities formed in the trenches. Produced by Deirdre Graham Mixed by James Lindsay Music from Deirdre Graham's album URRANTA This series is supported thr…
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Deirdre Graham in conversation with Gaelic singer and screen star Kathleen MacInnes over Òran na Cloiche; the song that celebrates the retrieval of the Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey in 1950. Produced by Deirdre Graham Mixed by James Lindsay Music from Deirdre Graham's album URRANTA This series is supported through the 'Tasgadh' fund from …
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Deirdre Graham in conversation with Fiona J MacKenzie about the folklorist Margaret Fay Shaw who wrote the book, 'Folksongs and Folklore of South Uist', as well as contributing to an enormous legacy of archive recordings at Canna House with her husband, John Lorne Campbell. Produced by Deirdre Graham Mixed by James Lindsay Music from Deirdre Graham…
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Conversation with Professor Emeritus Dr. Kathleen J. Martin (https://ethnicstudies.calpoly.edu/faculty-staff/kathleen-martin) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information. Get full access to Gaelic Re-existence at gaelicreexistence.substack.com/subscribeBởi Jimmy Ó Briain Billings
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Deirdre Graham is joined by her mother, Kirsteen Graham, a Gaelic singer and tutor who steeped Deirdre in songs and stories from childhood. Together they share a couple of songs connected to Skye as well as the lore surrounding them. Full transcription of the conversation available here You can support this podcast by way of a donation here Follow …
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Deirdre Graham hosts a conversation with Gillebrìde MacMillan on the role of the cèilidh house as well as the unbroken chain of Gaelic song compositions. Full transcription of the conversation available here To find out more about Gillebrìde visit here You can support this podcast by way of a donation here Follow Deirdre Graham on Instagram, Facebo…
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Deirdre Graham chats with singer, musician and activist Rachel Newton about a couple of waulking songs that reveal injustices towards women, how women's voice was empowered, and what that means to performers today. Full transcription of the conversation available here To find out more about Rachel visit here To find out more about The Bit Collectiv…
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Deirdre Graham is joined by lecturer and rare books collecter, Gilleasbuig Ferguson. Together they comment on the events surrounding the Battle of the Braes in April, 1882. Full transcription of the conversation available here To find out more about Gilleasbuig visit here You can support this podcast by way of a donation here Follow Deirdre Graham …
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Deirdre Graham is joined by folklorist and singer Margaret Bennett, who shares a charming conversation about the songs and stories connected to emigration from Scotland. Full transcription of conversation available here To find out more about Margaret Bennett visit here You can support this podcast by way of a donation here Follow Deirdre Graham on…
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Deirdre Graham is joined by senior lecturer Dr Dòmhnall Uilleam Stewart, who gives an overview of the historical events that impacted Gaelic song literature from the 17th to the 19th centuries. Full transcription of conversation available here To find out more about Dòmhnall Uilleam Stewart visit here You can support this podcast by way of a donati…
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Deirdre Graham explores the stories and themes behind Scottish Gaelic songs. Have a listen to hear what's in store and remember to subscribe! See https://www.deirdregraham.com for more information. You can support this podcast by way of a donation here Follow Deirdre Graham on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Spotify https://www.deirdregraham.com/g…
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Conversation with Bernard Sweeney, Dylan Foley, and Rhys MacPhàil. We discuss what 'Traveller' and 'Settled' mean in Ireland among other things! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information. Get full access to Gaelic Re-existence at gaelicreexistence.substack.com/subscribeBởi Jimmy Ó Briain Billings
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