Poets And The Nation

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20070116

2/3. Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach bring to life the words of some of the finest poets in Scotland's history.

20070117

2/3. Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach bring to life the words of some of the finest poets in Scotland's history.

20070212

Landscape. 1/3. Poems by Norman McCaig, David Lyndsay and Walter Scott amongst others reveal our landscape is at the heart of the Nation's psyche. Kirsteen McCue joins the debate.

20070213

Landscape. 1/3. Poems by Norman McCaig, David Lyndsay and Walter Scott amongst others reveal our landscape is at the heart of the Nation's psyche. Kirsteen McCue joins the debate.

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2/3. Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by Gerry Carruthers to look at the way Scotland's history has been reflected through the words of the poets of the day. Poetry from Hugh Macdiarmid, Edwin Morgan and the ancient Elegy For Columba displays Scotland's proud heritage.

2007021920070220

2/3. Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by Gerry Carruthers to look at the way Scotland's history has been reflected through the words of the poets of the day. Poetry from Hugh Macdiarmid, Edwin Morgan and the ancient Elegy For Columba displays Scotland's proud heritage.

2/3. Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by Gerry Carruthers to look at the way Scotland's history has been reflected through the words of the poets of the day. Poetry from Hugh MacDiarmid, Edwin Morgan and the ancient Elegy For Columba displays Scotland's proud heritage.

20070220

2/3. Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by Gerry Carruthers to look at the way Scotland's history has been reflected through the words of the poets of the day. Poetry from Hugh MacDiarmid, Edwin Morgan and the ancient Elegy For Columba displays Scotland's proud heritage.

20070226

3/3. Character.

Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by poet Liz Lochhead to put Scotland's character under the spotlight through the words of some of its finest poets. Sorley Maclean's classic, Hallaig, William Soutar's Scotland and Mackay Brown's Willag reveal the character that has formed Scotland as a nation.

20070227

3/3. Character.

Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by poet Liz Lochhead to put Scotland's character under the spotlight through the words of some of its finest poets. Sorley Maclean's classic, Hallaig, William Soutar's Scotland and Mackay Brown's Willag reveal the character that has formed Scotland as a nation.

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Poems by Norman Mccaig, David Lyndsay and Walter Scott amongst others reveal our landscape is at the heart of the Nation's psyche. Kirsteen Mccue joins the debate.

01Landscape2007021220070213

Poems by Norman Mccaig, David Lyndsay and Walter Scott amongst others reveal our landscape is at the heart of the Nation's psyche. Kirsteen Mccue joins the debate.

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Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach bring to life the words of some of the finest poets in Scotland's history.

022007011620070117

Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach bring to life the words of some of the finest poets in Scotland's history.

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Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by poet Liz Lochhead to put Scotland's character under the spotlight through the words of some of its finest poets. Sorley Maclean's classic, Hallaig, William Soutar's Scotland and Mackay Brown's Willag reveal the character that has formed Scotland as a nation.

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Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by poet Liz Lochhead to put Scotland's character under the spotlight through the words of some of its finest poets. Sorley Maclean's classic, Hallaig, William Soutar's Scotland and Mackay Brown's Willag reveal the character that has formed Scotland as a nation.

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Professors Douglas Gifford and Alan Riach are joined by poet Liz Lochhead to put Scotland's character under the spotlight through the words of some of its finest poets. Sorley Maclean's classic, Hallaig, William Soutar's Scotland and Mackay Brown's Willag reveal the character that has formed Scotland as a nation.