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This Is Islay

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This Is Islay is a community podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections which shape the Hebridean island communities of Islay and Jura. Our goal is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School, and with MYFOS and their programmes in support of local young people. We actively seek volunteers to join our podcasting team. Contact us at e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com. Follow on Twitter & Facebook @ThisIsIslay .
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Islay Show Day - Since 1838
An interview with David McArthur, President of the Islay, Jura and Colonsay Agricultural Association. This Is Islay is a community-led podcast celebrating the people, places and events of Islay and Jura. This episode marks the launch of Season 2 of This Is Islay and the second anniversary of our first episode released in August 2020. This episode features David McArthur, the President of the Islay, Jura and Colonsay Agricultural Association.  Their annual Show has since 1838 been THE day of the year in the island calendar, this year taking place on August 11th. More information at www.islayshow.co.uk Interviews: Glen Roberts, Jolyon Thurgood Production: Tom O'Farrell All podcast episodes are available at www.thisisislay.co.uk
16:11
August 05, 2022
Snowball Earth, Back to Islay and FilmG
This is Episode 15 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura. This episode is hosted by Jolyon Thurgood and Glen Roberts, and production was led by Tom O'Farrell . Thanks to the Port Charlotte Hotel for hosting our Rhinns recording studio. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities, and are working closely with MYFOS to involve the young people of Islay in digital media and podcasting. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay and at our website https://www.thisisislay.co.uk .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. More about this podcast: We hear from Professor Alasdair Skelton of Stockholm University, a regular visitor to Islay, who tells us about Snowball Earth, his most recent visit to Islay, and his attendance at COP26 in Glasgow in November 2021, all in conversation with Glen Roberts. We also welcome Mr Iain Beggs, Gaelic teacher at Islay High School, chatting to his Gaelic students about their award-winning short film “Easga Bhuidhe na Feidh”, which won the Best Film (Learners) award this year as part of the FilmG competition. For more information about FilmG, please visit filmg.co.uk . To view the winning short film, visit https://youtu.be/oARMiRNVzyQor https://www.filmg.co.uk/filmichean/easga-bhuidhe-na-feidh/?lang=en Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com . rbav6js5
19:04
June 18, 2022
Fairtrade and Feis Ile - Islay's Festival of Music and Malt
This is Episode 14 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura. We’re excited to welcome Florence Grey as co-host to this episode, assisted by Jolyon Thurgood. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities, and are working closely with MYFOS to involve the young people of Islay in digital media and podcasting. This episode was recorded at Cyber Sounds Studio in Port Ellen and at the Gaelic Centre (ICCI) near Bowmore. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay and at our website https://www.thisisislay.co.uk .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. More about this podcast: (01:00) - We hear from Petra Pearce, ambassador for Fairtrade with the Coop, and Gill Chasemore, Islay-based member of the Coop Council, who talk to us about Fairtrade Fortnight and the mission and activities of the Fairtrade programme. More information about Fairtrade can be found at https://www.coop.co.uk/our-suppliers/fairtrade and https://www.fairtrade.org.uk/ (18:20) - Then Florence Grey, Chair of Fèis Ìle, Islay’s Festival of Music and Malt, announces the return of the Festival, live and in-person, May 27th - June 4th, and shares her memories of the early years of the Fèis Ìle in the 1980’s and how it has evolved to the current day. More than just the “Whisky Festival”, Fèis Ìle presents the best of culture, heritage, music and spirit produced on Islay and Jura. More information about Fèis Ìle can be found at https://feisile.co.uk/ as well as at various distillery sites. Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .
45:50
April 15, 2022
Land of the Ilich - Past and Present
This is Episode 12+1 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura. All are invited to join our 1st Annual General Meeting via Zoom on Thursday 17th March 2022 at 7pm by clicking here  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82440141101?pwd=TG9tOGx2eXgwZUFBZ2dYU2VlVlBkUT09 or by emailing us for more information at thisisislay@gmail.com . This month’s podcast is hosted by Tom O’Farrell and Jolyon Thurgood. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities, and are working closely with MYFOS to involve the young people of Islay in digital media and podcasting. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay and at our website https://www.thisisislay.co.uk.  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. More about this podcast: We hear from Gillian Nelson-Edwards of Sidekick, a newly formed charity created to support children and young people living on Islay and Jura who are affected by disability.  More information about Sidekick can be found via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Sidekick-103566285512458or by sending an email to sidekickcharity@hotmail.com. Glen also meets Steven Mithen, author of recently published book “Land of the Ilich: Journeys into Islay’s Past”. Their conversation covers the broad range of settlers on Islay from the earliest stone age hunter-gatherers all the way to the current day – this is not the typical archaeology book but a comprehensive look at Islay’s people across the ages. More information is available from the publishers at https://birlinn.co.uk/product/land-of-the-ilich/. The book is available to purchase at The Celtic House in Bowmore as well as through independent and national booksellers. Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .
32:21
March 06, 2022
Christmas 2021
This Is Islay is a community podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections which shape the Hebridean island communities of Islay and Jura. Our goal is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School, and with MYFOS and their programmes in support of local young people. We actively seek volunteers to join our podcasting team. Contact us at e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com. Follow on Twitter & Facebook @ThisIsIslay . In this episode, we hear holiday greetings from various members of the This Is Islay team, and we talk to Joanne Hamilton about the Bowmore Christmas Party committee and their special activities for youngsters around Christmas. We wish all our listeners the very best for Christmas and the other holidays at this time of year.  We also thank all of our guest hosts, our interview guests, and all musicians, artists and authors who have blessed the airwaves through This Is Islay.  We look forward to 2022 and a fresh new year of podcasting on and around Islay and Jura.
18:10
December 24, 2021
COP26: Islay Perspectives, and The Islay Times
This is Episode 11 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections which shape the Hebridean island communities of Islay and Jura. This is a special COP26 episode hosted by Tom O'Farrell and Jolyon Thurgood and features: · Glen Roberts in conversation with the founders of the Islay Times, a newspaper project based at Islay High School . · Glen Roberts talking with Islay High School students about their school class project · Jolyon Thurgood in conversation with Dietmar Finger discussing the recent exhibit at the Gaelic Centre in Bowmore, triggered by the COP26 event in Glasgow and Dietmar's own interest in environmental issues. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities, and are working closely with MYFOS to involve the young people of Islay in digital media and podcasting. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://www.thisisislay.co.uk .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .
55:57
December 14, 2021
Run The Runway and Running Water in Bowmore
This is Episode 10 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections which shape the Hebridean island communities of Islay and Jura. This month’s podcast is hosted by Jasmine Middleton and Jolyon Thurgood and features: · Glen Roberts in conversation with Georgina Reid, Corporate Affairs Regional Manager for Scottish Water, discussing their major project on Islay which will update and replace water mains in Bowmore over the next 15 months. · Conversations with the organiser Laura MacInnes and with participants in the Run the Runway event which took place on October 3 2021 at Islay Airport, and which raised funds in support of Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance. · An update on the official opening of the Lochindaal Way, the dual-use pathway between Port Charlotte and Bruichladdich, and · Updates on upcoming events on Islay and Jura. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities, and are working closely with MYFOS to involve the young people of Islay in digital media and podcasting. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://www.thisisislay.co.uk .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. More about this month's podcast: Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance supports rural communities across Scotland and is well supported by Islay and Jura.  You can find out more SCAA and how to support them at www.scaa.org.uk. You can learn more about Scottish Water's Bowmore Improvement Project at https://www.scottishwater.co.uk/In-Your-Area/Investments-in-Your-Area/010921-Bowmore-Investment . From this page you can also learn more about their Virtual Platform which gives you access to all updates and information about the project, including how to report a problem. Sign up for the Virtual Platform directly by visiting https://catalyst.eventsair.com/bowmore-water-mains-improvements/register-your-interest/Site/Register  Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .
28:23
November 24, 2021
Portraits and Partnerships
This is Episode 9 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections which shape the Hebridean island communities of Islay and Jura. This month’s podcast is hosted by Larah McKay and Jasmine Middleton and features: · Glen Roberts in conversation with Lord George Robertson of Port Ellen about his new book of photography “Islay – A Personal Portrait of the Island”, · News of the partnership between This Is Islay and Mactaggart Youth and Families Outreach Services (MYFOS) to involve young people of Islay, and · A special mini-podcast put together by MYFOS participants, featuring local music and recorded at the Cyber Sounds studio in the Cyber building in Port Ellen. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities, and are working closely with MYFOS to involve the young people of Islay in digital media and podcasting. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. More about this month's podcast: Lord Robertson’s book “Islay – A Personal Portrait of the Island” featuring landscapes, seascapes and the people of Islay, is available from Roy’s in Bowmore (The Celtic House) and The Blue Letterbox in Port Ellen. All sales proceeds go to the benefit of the Museum of Islay Life in Port Charlotte. Music featured include "Mary Had a Little Lamb" performed by Brodie Shakespeare Music from Steve Martin, and James Edwyn. Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .
46:00
September 04, 2021
Tea with Cantilena
This is Episode 8 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura. This month’s podcast is hosted by Jolyon Thurgood and features: · An update from Cantilena – chamber music on Islay – as the 2021 Cantilena Festival goes online, · A conversation with Les Wilson about his new book “Putting the Tea in Britain”. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. More about this month's podcast: Cantilena's virtual concert premieres July 9th 7:30pm at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPz52nJkvOw and will remain there for some time.  More information on Cantilena and this year’s virtual festival, please visit https://www.cantilenafestival.co.uk or follow them at @CantilenaFestival on Facebook, @on_islay on Twitter. Les Wilson’s book “Putting the Tea in Britain:” was published by Barlinn in June 2021. Signed copies may be available at Roy’s in Bowmore or rare unsigned editions at booksellers nationally. Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .
47:02
July 07, 2021
Spring Arrivals and Islay Faces
This is Episode 7 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura. This month’s podcast is hosted by Jolyon Thurgood and features: · Glen Roberts with Pat McGrann, an update on Islay Community Access Group’s Bruichladdich to Port Charlotte path, · Russell Pollock interviewing Kathryn MacPherson on all aspects of lambing, · Dietmar Finger discussing his “Islay Faces” portrait exhibition at the Gaelic Centre in Bowmore. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. More about this month's podcast: More information on Dietmar Finger’s work and exhibitions: https://www.fingerpainting.de/ Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .
38:44
July 04, 2021
Òran Mór and More Cyber
This is Episode 6 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura.  This month’s podcast is hosted by Gemma MacLean and Jolyon Thurgood and features: 1. Glen Roberts with Larah McKay, Manager at the Mactaggart Youth Community Cybercafe (the "Cyber") together with Orla Campbell and Mara McGillivray of the Youth Forum 2. The Òrain Ìleach Project: Gaelic Songs of Islay by Lynn McDonald and Kenneth Thomson, featuring: · "Ò Albainn Caoidh" performed by Còisir Ghàidhlig Ìle Islay Gaelic Choir · Lynn McDonald and Kenneth Thomson in conversation · "Bheir mi cliu don'eilean mhor" performed by the late Donald MacLeod 3. This month's factoid: National Mòd Gold Medallists The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. Music featured this month was: "Ò Albainn Caoidh" performed by Còisir Ghàidhlig Ìle Islay Gaelic Choir, from the CD “Sruth air a' Charraig" 2014.  Available on Spotify at spotify:album:6G88RcyK3qrQNv5nh1otws or on Amazon Music https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00LZW1QUU/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dp "Bheir mi cliu don'eilean mhor" performed by the late Donald MacLeod, from the CD "An t-Eilean Mor" 2007. Available on Amazon UK at https://www.amazon.co.uk/t-Eilean-Mor-Donald-M-MacLeod/dp/B0040QWZJE/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=donald+macleod+an+t-eilean+mor&qid=1615497981&sr=8-1  Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .
56:11
March 12, 2021
Always Heat the Haggis
This is Episode 5 of This Is Islay, a volunteer-led podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura.  This month’s podcast is hosted by Gemma MacLean and Jolyon Thurgood and features: 1. Nicholas Bowman and Jenny Featherstone describing their lockdown journey around Islay - on foot and by kayak - to bag all 34 trig points, 2. Glen Roberts in conversation with Ian Gibson discussing Robert Burns, Burns Night, “Address to a Haggis” and much more, 3. Mairi McGillivray’s music, a track from her EP “In My Mind” – ”Tha Fadachd orm Fhìn” , and 4. This month’s factoid: what is a trig point? The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. Music featured this month was: Tha Fadachd orm Fhìn, from the EP “In My Mind” performed by Mairi McGillivray, and available to purchase/download at https://mairimcgillivray.bandcamp.com/album/in-my-mind Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com . Inspired by Nick and Jenny, we invite you to support #DoddieAid at www.doddieaid.com – encouraging exercise and raising funds to aid research into the causes of Motor Neurone Disease.
43:11
January 21, 2021
Christmas 2020 on Islay
This episode features Jolyon Thurgood and guest host Frazer Campbell, from Campbell's of Islay, and a High Street Hero nominated as part of the Scotland Loves Local campaign for their support of the community during challenging times of 2020. This episode also features: 1. Glen Roberts in conversation with Lynn and Louise of the Islay and Jura Virtual (Christmas) Market, 2. Sophie and Davina organising Christmas Eve events in Bowmore.
22:36
December 23, 2020
Islay Community Access Group and Music from the Fraser Shaw Trust / Islay Sessions
This is Episode 3 of This Is Islay, a community podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura, hosted this month by Jolyon Thurgood and Tom O’Farrell, featuring:  1. Glen Roberts in conversation with Dr Pat McGrann of the Islay Community Access Group, 2. Greig Shaw with the Fraser Shaw Trust, music from the Islay Sessioneers: David Foley, Jack Smedley, Jenn Butterworth, and Maeve Mackinnon, and 3. This month’s factoid. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We invite you to provide feedback, ideas, or even join our podcasting team.  Find us at https://anchor.fm/thisisislay .  Let us know what you enjoyed and what you would like to hear next month.  Contact us by e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @thisisislay, on Facebook @thisisislay and Instagram @thisisislaypodcast. More about this month's podcast: Islay Community Access Group: to provide your feedback on the public consultation, open until 7th December 2020, for the proposed dual-purpose pathway between Bowmore and Bridgend, go to https://islaypathways.com . Music featured this month was: Head East, by David Foley (flute) and Jack Smedley (fiddle), featuring Jenn Butterworth on guitar A’ Mhic Doughaill ‘Ic Ruaraidh, by Maeve Mackinnon Our theme music is '£50 Cashback' from The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Keep up to date on Islay Sessions and the work of the Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://frasershawtrust.com .  .
37:28
November 18, 2020
Islay Resilience and A Trip To India
This is Episode 2 of This Is Islay, a community podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections of Islay and Jura. This podcast features the voices of Greig Barker, Sharon McHarrie, Glen Roberts and Jolyon Thurgood in conversation with each other, with Dougie McFadzean and Gill Chasemore of the Islay Resilience Group, and with the (former) students of Islay High School - Helena, Maisie, Russell and Samantha - recalling their trip to India in 2019. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities.  We actively seek volunteers to join our podcasting team.  Contact us at e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/thisisislay  @thisisislay, and on Facebook and Instagram. Theme music is '£50 Cashback' by The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Learn more about the work of the Fraser Shaw Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://www.frasershawtrust.com/.
36:54
October 08, 2020
Welcome to This Is Islay Fàilte a chàirdean
This is the first episode of This Is Islay, a community podcast celebrating the people, places, events and connections which shape the Hebridean island communities of Islay and Jura.  This podcast features the voices of Greig Barker, Sharon McHarrie, Glen Roberts and Jolyon Thurgood in conversation with each other and with Brendan O'Hara, Ian Gibson and Ella Edgar. Theme music is '£50 Cashback' by The Fraser Shaw Trust.  Learn more about the work of the Fraser Shaw Trust in support of the relief of multiple sclerosis at https://www.frasershawtrust.com/. The goal of This Is Islay is to use podcasting to foster community involvement, education and training, providing resources and facilities to research, produce and promote content for a worldwide audience. We collaborate with Islay High School through the support of their staff and access to their recording facilities. We actively seek volunteers to join our podcasting team. Contact us at e-mail: thisisislay@gmail.com. Follow on Twitter at https://twitter.com/thisisislay  @thisisislay.
22:48
August 10, 2020