In Scotland, when friends get together they blether. When those friends happen to be Scottish Blue Badge Tourist Guides you can be sure that the country they are so passionate about will be right at the heart of their discussions. Contemporary and historical; culinary and cultural; reminiscence and anecdote - from accommodation to zoos, the chat will range across the entire alphabet of topics and issues that are live and happening in Scotland right now. We hope that you’ll join us - there’s nothing to beat a right good blether!
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My grandmother emigrated to Canada from Scotland at 13 (1913). As a child I didn’t care for her accent. Now many, many years later, I relish it. I also appreciate the chats about Scottish history, culture, and the every day human notes.
Great to hear all three gals again! Helen I knit those dish cloths also. I can listen to your podcast & knit too. I remember the 1st episode and now they are up to 82. I haven’t missed one episode. So entertaining & interesting. more
Thank you, Liz and Helen, for these delightful conversations. I always learn something that helps inform my next trip across the pond to my most favorite country 🏴❤️
This podcast has been great to listen to after our recent tour of Scotland with Liz (via Rick Steves). What a wonderful continuation of our understanding of Scottish history!
Great to hear all three gals again! Helen I knit those dish cloths also. I can listen to your podcast & knit too. more
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Scottish Blethers launched 3 years ago and published 115 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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