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Scottish Fisheries Museum Podcasts

Scottish Fisheries Museum Podcasts

By Scottish Fisheries Museum
The Scottish Fisheries Museum tells the stories of boats, fish and folk of the Scottish fishing industry past, present and future and displays a vast collection of heritage and modern items.

We have 2 podcast series' "Sea Change" and "Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown"


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Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown - Episode 7 (Bonus 2)
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown takes a look at the maritime industries and marine environments and the affect lockdown has had on these areas. In Episode 7 (2 of 2 of shorter bonus episodes) you hear about writing and academia. We spoke to: Michael Stephen Clark - Writer (Author of Mr Buckland, Mr Walpole and Mr Young: Around Scotland with the Fisheries Men) Helen Sturm - Postgrad Museums and Galleries Studies student at the University of St Andrews (Part of the By the Seaside Exhibition team) Dr Richard Bates - Geophysicist with the University of St Andrews    Hosted by Andrea Elder with original music by Sean Chilton.
16:07
March 31, 2021
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown - Episode 6 (Bonus 1)
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown takes a look at the maritime industries and marine environments and the affect lockdown has had on these areas. In Episode 6 (1 of 2 shorter bonus episodes) you hear about Tourism and Events. We spoke to: Karen Seath – Managing Director of Karen Seath Solutions and Chair of the Scottish Fisheries Museum. Susan Davis - Chief Executive of the Scottish Seabird Centre. Vivien Rae and Myles Murray - Co Chairs of the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival in Portsoy (at time of interview). Scottish Fisheries Museum and the Anstruther Harbour Festival are represented by host, Andrea Elder. Original music by Sean Chilton.
15:23
March 24, 2021
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown - Episode 5
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown takes a look at the maritime industries and marine environments and the affect lockdown has had on these areas. In Episode 5 you hear about working from home. We spoke to: Karen Seath – Managing Director of Karen Seath Solutions and Chair of the Scottish Fisheries Museum. Kara Brydson – Executive Director of Fisheries Innovation Scotland Dr Richard Bates – Geophysicist and Lecturer at St Andrews University Jane McMinn – Director at Firth of Forth Lobster Hatchery Hosted by Andrea Elder, original music by Sean Chilton.
24:53
December 2, 2020
Herring Tales: Heart in the Home
‘Heart in the Home’ is a story inspired by an old Largo folktale and the gansey collection at the Scottish Fisheries Museum. Courie doon for this spooky ghost story set on the mysterious Largo Law! Collaborative Artist Jan Bee Brown created these stories bespoke for Knitting the Herring. The tales were fashioned in the spirit of gansey knitting – unravelling and reknitting, combining stories like stitches to create something new to share. The soundtrack was composed by Sound Artist Max Lamprecht.
28:24
November 20, 2020
Herring Tales: Poor Man's Wealth
‘Poor Man’s Wealth’ is a story inspired by the Scottish tradition of travellers’ tales, featuring a travelling tailor, three silver herring and three knitting witches! Wrap up warm and tune in for this spooky tale set on the Moray Firth coast! Collaborative Artist Jan Bee Brown created these stories bespoke for Knitting the Herring. The tales were fashioned in the spirit of gansey knitting – unravelling and reknitting, combining stories like stitches to create something new to share. The soundtrack was composed by Sound Artist Max Lamprecht.
32:14
November 20, 2020
Herring Tales: Three Ply
‘Three Ply’ by Storyteller Jan Bee Brown is the first story created bespoke for Knitting the Herring, including a wedding gansey, red rams and a jealous sister! Wrap up warm and tune in for this magical Herring Tale located on the Isle of Barra, Outer Hebrides! Collaborative Artist Jan Bee Brown created these stories bespoke for Knitting the Herring. The tales were fashioned in the spirit of gansey knitting – unravelling and reknitting, combining stories like stitches to create something new to share. The soundtrack was composed by Sound Artist Max Lamprecht.
24:58
November 20, 2020
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown - Episode 4
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown takes a look at the maritime industries and marine environments and the affect lockdown has had on these areas. In Episode 4 you hear about coastal communities and leisure activities. We spoke to: Vivien Rae and Myles Murray - Co Chairs of the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival in Portsoy Emily Hague - RNLI volunteer and consultant at the Sea Mammal Research Unit Gerard MacDonald - Managing Director, Isle of Barra Oysters Mairi Gougeon  - Minister for Rural Affairs and the Natural Environment (SNP MSP)  Hosted by Andrea Elder, original music by Sean Chilton.
19:08
November 3, 2020
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown - Episode 3
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown takes a look at the maritime industries and marine environments and the affect lockdown has had on these areas. In Episode 3 you hear about Scotland's seafood and other food and drink industries. We spoke to: CJ Jackson - Chef, Author and patron of Billingsgate Seafood School / Ambassador for Seafish Mairi Gougeon  - Minister for Rural Affairs and the Natural Environment (SNP MSP)  Sam Lowe - North Berwick Lobster Fishermen, working with Firth of Forth Lobster Hatchery Clare Dean - Trade Marketing Manager, Seafood Scotland/Seafood from Scotland Jak O'Donnell - Chef and Scottish Produce Advocate  Additional Audio was used from Fishmonger Masterclasses and Seafood Supper Club, you can watch the video's of these on the Seafood from Scotland YouTube page. Hosted by Andrea Elder, original music by Sean Chilton.
25:23
October 21, 2020
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown - Episode 2
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown takes a look at the maritime industries and marine environments and the affect lockdown has had on these areas. In Episode 2 you hear about the fishing sector and we spoke to: Peter Bruce - Skipper, Budding Rose PD418 Gerard MacDonald - Isle of Barra Oysters Kirk Doig - Carisma Seafood Hosted by Andrea Elder, original music by Sean Chilton.
19:51
October 6, 2020
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown - Episode 1
Anchored: Marine Life in Lockdown takes a look at the maritime industries and marine environments and the affect lockdown has had on these areas. In Episode 1 you hear from: Catherine Gemmell - Marine Conservation Society Emily Hague - Sea Mammal Research Unit Susan Davis - Scottish Seabird Centre Hosted by Andrea Elder, original music by Sean Chilton.
20:35
September 22, 2020
Sea Change Episode 5 - Elspeth Macdonald
Welcome to Sea Change, the podcast series that accompanies the exhibition of the same name at the Scottish Fisheries Museum, 24th January - 21st June 2020. This podcast asks a selection of the most knowledgeable people their thoughts on the current situations facing our seas, and what they think the future looks like. In this episode, we speak to Elspeth Macdonald. Facebook: facebook.com/scotfishmuseum Twitter: twitter.com/scotfishmuseum Instagram: instagram.com/scotfishmuseum
21:52
May 17, 2020
Sea Change Episode 4 - Moya Crawford
Welcome to Sea Change, the podcast series that accompanies the exhibition of the same name at the Scottish Fisheries Museum, 24th January - 21st June 2020. This podcast asks a selection of the most knowledgeable people their thoughts on the current situations facing our seas, and what they think the future looks like. In this episode, we speak to Moya Crawford. Facebook: facebook.com/scotfishmuseum  Twitter: twitter.com/scotfishmuseum Instagram: instagram.com/scotfishmuseum
28:12
April 17, 2020
Sea Change Episode 3 - Rob Kynoch
Welcome to Sea Change, the podcast series that accompanies the exhibition of the same name at the Scottish Fisheries Museum, 24th January - 21st June 2020. This podcast asks a selection of the most knowledgeable people their thoughts on the current situations facing our seas, and what they think the future looks like. In this episode, we speak to Rob Kynoch. Facebook: facebook.com/scotfishmuseum  Twitter: twitter.com/scotfishmuseum  Instagram: instagram.com/scotfishmuseum
25:02
March 17, 2020
Sea Change Episode 2 - Dr Richard Shelton
Welcome to Sea Change, the podcast series that accompanies the exhibition of the same name at the Scottish Fisheries Museum, 24th January - 21st June 2020. This podcast asks a selection of the most knowledgeable people their thoughts on the current situations facing our seas, and what they think the future looks like. In this episode, we speak to Dr Richard Shelton. Facebook: facebook.com/scotfishmuseum Twitter: twitter.com/scotfishmuseum I nstagram: instagram.com/scotfishmuseum
26:28
February 17, 2020
Sea Change Episode 1 - Sir Ian Boyd
Welcome to Sea Change, the podcast series that accompanies the exhibition of the same name at the Scottish Fisheries Museum, 24th January - 21st June 2020. This podcast asks a selection of the most knowledgeable people their thoughts on the current situations facing our seas, and what they think the future looks like. In this episode, we speak to Sir Ian Boyd. Facebook: facebook.com/scotfishmuseum Twitter: twitter.com/scotfishmuseum Instagram: instagram.com/scotfishmuseum
28:07
January 13, 2020