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  • A podcast about the history, people and landscapes of Scotland.
    Copyright Imagine Alba 2020 All rights reserved.
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  • A Highland Clearance: The Ballad of Arichonan Part 2

    Dec 21 2020

    In Part 2 of our podcast, A Highland Clearance: The Ballad of Arichonan, we tell how one community fought back in the story of Argyll, Scotland's notorious clearance riot. Find out more about the Highland Clearances, see images and get extras on the podcast at https://bit.ly/3pamkXJ 

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    18 mins
  • A Highland Clearance: The Ballad of Arichonan

    Dec 8 2020

    We discuss one of the most notorious chapters in the history of Scotland, the Highland Clearances, through the experience of one Argyll community. Find extras at  https://buff.ly/37ZzHmP

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    19 mins
  • Did Scotland Invent Halloween?

    Nov 13 2019

    Transylvania may have Dracula and Salem may have witches, but is Scotland arguably the home of Halloween? On this episode, we explore how a Gaelic harvest festival transformed into an $8 billion dollar spooktacular holiday as we…imagine Halloween. For extras on this episode, visit https://www.imaginealba.com/podcast

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    15 mins

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If you love Scotland, you will love this podcast

An American and a Scot present this lively and informative podcast and it gives an authentic view of the country, not just the tartan tourist stuff. Love the original music too.