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Access over 500 hours of film about the heritage of Scotland free of charge during this Lockdown period. Blog

Overview I write to inform you of our response to the Coronavirus lockdown which is to provide free private access and use of our unique award-winning film archive for Scottish heritage enthusiasts.   24/7 access As people all over the world are either in lockdown or practicing social distancing, we are making footage from our […]

My unique 500 hoors o archive film aboot the north easts heritage is noo available free o charge

This Blog is produced in  Doric first and then below that it is produced in English Aa buddy in Lockdoon We abuddy hain t bide at hame for an affa lang time wi canna get oot n aboot t appreciate athin that Scotland his t offer. A lot o us injoy gaain t the places […]

Horseman’s memories poem

Well fit like the day its Dr Doric again we a blether aboot oor past. As a heritage film maker, I have seen and filmed an affa lot o interesting things aboot oor Scottish past. Een o the maist interestin features I hiv filmed is the work o the Clydesdale horse as deen here in […]

Sorting the nowt in the byre 1940s style

Cow looking at camera from her stall in the byre

The farming year is always the same. A time for ploughing, planting and harvesting. Through all that work is the need to look after animals on the farm. I was brought up on a mixed farm called Drumnaheath beside Kintore in Aberdeenshire. We had pigs’ hens, turkeys for Xmas selling, sheep and cattle. The cattle […]