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ON THE BANKS OF THE DON Songs, music, verse and Highland dancing filmed on the banks of the River Don in Aberdeenshire from the Brig O’ Balgownie to Strathdon.  Songs from Robert Lovie, Gaye Anthony, Trish Norman; Fiddle tunes from Hebbie Gray; Piping from Piper David Low and Pipe-Major Alistair Laing; Highland dancing from Gareth Mitchelson, and a poem from Sandy Reid.

ON THE BANKS OF THE DEVERON Songs, music and dancing with Paul Anderson, Graham Geddes, Robert Lovie, Turriff & District Pipe Band and The Bobby Watson Dancers.  Filmed at Banff and Macduff Harbours, Duff House, Macduff Distillery and at the Bridge of Alvah.  The video is presented by Robert Lovie.

ON THE BANKS OF THE DEE Music and song in the splendour of Deeside with Paul Anderson (fiddle); John and Jim Stevenson (bagpipes); Lucy Seymour-Dale (vocals); Barbara-Ann Burnett (vocals); Jim Reid (vocals).  Filmed from the Linn o’ Dee to Crathes and presented by Sandy Stronach.

ON THE BANKS OF THE SPEY Presented by Colin Campbell.  A musical journey down the River Spey from Ballindalloch to Tugnet in the company of The Fochabers Fiddlers; Fiona Gunn and Neil Gunn (clarsach and flute, accordion and fiddle); James Alexander (fiddle); The Fochabers Fiddlers Choir and Dancers; Piper Hamish Munro plus comedy sketches from Colin Campbell.

ALEX GREEN WHISTLE O’ER THE LAVE O’T – Long awaited video from one of Scotland’s best tin whistlers.  A video of different moods, from ‘Music of Spey’ to Jigs and Reels and bothy tunes.  Filmed at seventeen locations in Aberdeenshire and along the beautiful Moray Coast.  A whistle abeen the lave!  Also available on CD with four extra tunes.

SANDY REID – A COUNTRY LOON AT HE’RT 17 tracks of accordion tunes and poems.  Poems include – Recollections o’ Turra Show, Macduff by the Sea, Thainstone on a Sunday, Memories o’ a Cottar Loon, I’ve Tint My Lid, etc.  Tunes include – The Heart o’ Buchan Waltz, Gight Castle, Mists Ower the Ythan, The Bonnie Swans o’ Crichie, Meldrum Meg and Dreaming at Dusk.  Filmed on location throughout North-East Scotland.

SANDY REID HERE, THERE AND A’ WYE WI’ THE COUNTRY LOON –The follow-up to “A Country Loon At He’rt”, last year’s best-selling north east video is sure to delight Sandy’s many fans.  The entire film consists of Sandy’s own poems and accordion tunes and was filmed on location throughout North-East Scotland. 

The Meal and Ale At East Letter Farm - Celebrate the hairst being completed by enjoying a visit to a traditional meal and ale at a North East farm.  See the meal being prepared and the neebors arriving, one in particular getting a bit fu’.   The entertainers are Tam and Anne Reid (Singers), Michael Anderson (Pipes), Fred Davidson (Melodeon), Robbie Shepherd (Recitations) and Jock Cumming (Fiddle)

THE HORSEMAN AND HIS CLYDESDALES -  What was it like to be a horseman on an Aberdeenshire farm before the days of tractor power?  This video looks at the life of a Clydesdale horse from when it was a day old foal to the time when it’s working life was over.  The entertaining and informative story of the animal as a working, show and competing horse and it’s contribution to past and present society.

Country Weemin’s Wark - Country women’s work was often something that was taken for granted.  This video recognises the contribution of the ordinary ’wifie’ to the heritage of the north east country way of life.  See her making home made cheese, scones, bread, bannocks.  Doing the weekly wash.  Drift back in time to meet the fishwife delivering to her country customers.  Remember the role played by women in the land army of the war.

THE AULD MEAL MILL VOLUME 1 Music, humour and song from George Duffus, Graham Geddes and his Band, Pipe-Major Bill Hepburn, Robert Lovie, Ian Middleton, Gordon Pattullo, Ian Powrie, Jim Reid and Robbie Shepherd.  Filmed on location in and around Turriff and at Montgarrie Meal Mill, Alford, in Aberdeenshire.

THE AULD MEAL MILL VOLUME 2 Another visit to the Auld Meal Mill with Robbie Shepherd in the company of Gordon Pattullo (accordion); Alex Green (tin whistle); Hamish Munro (bagpipes); Graham Geddes and his Band; Pipe-Major Bill Hepburn (bagpipes); Paul Anderson (fiddle); Ian Middleton (Doric humour); Robert Lovie (vocals); The Fochabers Fiddlers.

THE AULD MEAL MILL VOLUME 3 A third visit to The Mill with Robbie Shepherd in the company of accordionist John Bone, Fochabers Fiddlers, tin whistler Alex Green, fiddler Hebbie Gray, Pipe Major Bill Hepburn and Bill Hepburn Junior, The Marlene Lowe Dancers with Piper David Lowe, singer Robert Lovie and finally The Turriff and District Pipe Band.

TAM REID – KING OF THE BOTHY BALLAD SINGERS Songs include: Trampin’ Lass; Big Kilmarnock Bonnet; Country Geordie; The Hash O’ Bennagoak; The Traivlin’ Mull; Muckle Friday Fair; A Pair O’ Nicky Tams; Princie and Jean; Bandy’s Roup; The Buchan Vet; The Buchan Plooman; Bogie’s Bonny Belle; Annie McKelvie; The Festival O’ Keith; Dae Ye Mind Lang Lang Syne?  The video was filmed at Cullerlie Farm Park, near Echt in Aberdeenshire, and is presented by Sandy Reid.

JOURNEY NORTH Music and song from North-East Scotland with John Mearns, June Imray, Tam Reid, Robbie Shepherd, Alex Green, The Gaugers, Hebbie Gray, Danny Couper, Aileen Stephen, Lorna Campbell.  Re-release of a film made in 1982 at Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven Harbour, Aberdeen, Esslemont School and Inverurie.

ROBERT LOVIE - GENERATIONS OF CHANGE Filmed in the heart of Buchan, this video features 15 songs from Robert Lovie, such as Drumdelgie, Generations Of Change, The Wild Geese. Yellow on the Broom, MacFarlane o’ the Sprots, Lonely in the Bothy, The Old House etc.

HIGHLAND GLENS & NORTHERN SHORES Pipe-Major Bill Hepburn Jun., backed by the Acorn Orchestra, play a host of great Scottish tunes on location, mainly in Sutherland and Caithness.  Tunes include The Waters of Kylesku, Hills of Caithness, Cailin Mo Ruinsa, Caller Herrin’, Blue Bonnets O’er The Border, Loch Broom Bay, etc.  Hills, moors, glens and the stunning coastal scenery of the North of Scotland.

AULD LANG SYNE 36 tracks of the best Scottish melodies of the century, played by Pipe-Major Bill Hepburn and Piper Bill Hepburn Jnr, with instruments backing from the Acorn orchestra.  The video was filmed on location in the Highlands and the tunes include The Dark Island, Auld Lang Syne, Flower Of Scotland, Amazing Grace, Highland Laddie, Battle of the Somme, The Ballad of Glencoe, Mist Covered Mountains, etc.