|The history of Manish School Origin Date: 2015
|In the video below, Hamish Taylor talks about the school that used to be located near Manish Free Church in…
|The history of Manish Free Church Origin Date: 2015
|In the video below, Hamish Taylor outlines the history and design of Manish Free Church in Harris, and points out…
|The well at Manish Free Church
|In the video below, Hamish Taylor investigates the well near Manish Free Church that supplied the manse with its water…
|Count Mirrlees’s war years
|Count Mirrlees tells Donald Macaulay about his war years spent in the Indian army and as an attache in Tokyo.…
|Count Mirrlees describes some of his duties as Queen’s Herald, also some amusing incidents that occurred at various ceremonies. (conversation…
|Count Mirrlees’s first visit to Bernera
|Count Mirrlees recounts how he came to buy Bernera, his first visit there and the people he met (conversation in…
|Count Mirrlees at Oxford
|Count Robin Mirrlees talks to Donald Macaulay, 12 Kirkibost about his time at Oxford, his studies, the people he met…
|A ghostly light at West Earshader
|The story of a ghostly light seen at West Earshader after the drowning of three Uig men is related by…
|When Reef was cleared
|Mor from Earshader talks about the time Reef was cleared of people to make room for sheep from Scaliscro, and…
|The tinker’s curse Origin Date: 25 Mar 2004
|Mor and Mary Ann from Earshader relate the story of the tinker woman who put a curse on Scaliscro, and…
|Macivers at Strome Origin Date: 25 Mar 2004
|Mor and Mary Ann from Earshader talk about the Maciver family who were evicted from Strome and sent to Lochs…
|John Smith from Torranish Origin Date: 25 Mar 2004
|Mor and Mary Ann from Earshader talk about John Smith, who moved from Torranish to Breaclete. His descendants are also…
|Domhnall na h-Ordaig Origin Date: 25 Mar 2004
|Mor and Mary Ann from Earshader tell how Donald Macleod “Domhnall na h-Ordaig” got his nickname, and the verses Coineach…
|Mairead ‘an Oig Origin Date: 25 Mar 2004
|Mor and Mary Ann from Earshader tell how Peter Smith took his son, John, to live with him in West…
|Oran Chaluim Sgaire Origin Date: 15 Jul 2004
|Donald Macaulay from Kirkibost recites some verses from Oran Chaluim Sgaire (in Gaelic).
|Second sight in the Macaulay family
|Donald Macaulay relates tales of some family members who were gifted with second-sight (in Gaelic).
|The white gloves Origin Date: 15 Jul 2004
|The story of Margaret Macleod, who was in love with Malcolm Macaulay (Calum Sgaire) but married someone else to comply…
|Emigrants to Canada Origin Date: 15 Jul 2004
|Donald Macaulay talks about his ancestors who emigrated to Canada, the hardships they endured and incentives to prosper (in Gaelic).
|Macaulays come to Bernera
|Donald Macaulay from Kirkibost tells how his ancestors came from Harris to live in Bernera (in Gaelic).
|Creag Sgaire Origin Date: 7 Feb 2005
|Why Creag Sgaire on the Lundale moor got its name and who Sgaire was, is related by Rev Donald Macaulay…
|Cnoc na mi-Chomhairle
|Cnoc na mi-Chomhairle or “Hill of Evil Counsel” in Kirkibost, and the reason why it was so named (in Gaelic).
|An Cochul Glas Origin Date: 7 Feb 2005
|The Cochul Glas who lived at Grimersta is the subject of Donald Macaulay’s story (in Gaelic).
|Neil Macleod, Bearasay Origin Date: 7 Feb 2005
|Donald Macaulay tells the tale of Neil Macleod and his stronghold on the island of Bearasay (in Gaelic).
|The story of the Manx ship Priam is told by Donald Macaulay. (Recording in Gaelic).
|The submerged causeway
|Rev Donald Macaulay talks about a submerged causeway at Caolas Earshader that was discovered when the bridge was being built.…