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Glasgow Mod 2019 will showcase Gaelic culture on a significant urban scale. The Mod already has significant appeal and in 2019 will provide the opportunity to reach out to a wider audience in a city Le Mòd Ghlaschu 2019, bidh cultar na Gàidhlig air a thaisbeanadh ann an teis-meadhan a’ bhaile-mhòir. Tha cliù mòr aig […]

Alongside the main competitions The Mòd Fringe returns with a jam-packed programme filled with ceilidhs, concerts, sports and more. One of the highlights of this year’s Fringe is the Celtic Praise event, taking place at Princes Square from 7:30pm on Sunday 13th October, and is a unique opportunity to enjoy a feast of lively Gospel […]

Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, said: “The Royal National Mòd is a major celebration of the Gaelic language and culture with a full programme of events for those of all ages and abilities in Gaelic. “I am looking forward to opening this year’s event in Glasgow and I am sure the week will bring many […]

John Morrison, Chief Executive of An Comunn Gàidhealach, said: “We are incredibly excited to be hosting the Royal National Mòd in Glasgow, returning for the first time since 1990. It’s been fantastic to have such a healthy number of individual entrants this year and we put this down to our continued work with Glasgow Schools, […]

Bithear a’ cumail a’ Mhòid Nàiseanta Rìoghail, prìomh fhèis na Gàidhlig ann an Alba, gach bliadhna. The organisation of the Royal National Mod is the responsibility of An Comunn Gàidhealach. Founded in Oban in 1891, An Comunn Gàidhealach has supported the teaching, learning and use of the Gaelic language and the study and cultivation of […]

The biggest Gaelic festival in the world is set to return to Glasgow in October This year’s Mòd makes history by introducing its first women’s football match To celebrate the success of Gaelic Literature, a new bard will be appointed annually Am Mòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail (The Royal National Mòd) will return to Glasgow next month (Friday 11 October […]

DCR97.4FM Dunoon Community Radio This was us nine years ago our very first broadcast from the Dunoon Stadium broadcasting Live from the Cowal Highland Gathering to over 73,000 thousand listeners in 33 countries around the world. NO LIVE DCR97.4FM BROADCAST FROM DUNOON STADUIM 2019Unfortunately we are not able to share with you what would have […]

NO LIVE DCR97.4FM BROADCAST FROM DUNOON STADUIM 2019 Unfortunately we are not able to share with you what would have been this year, our Tenth Anniversary live broadcast  from the Cowal Highland Gathering. This has come about through the demand for accommodation and leaving nothing suitable to broadcast from.                 

DCR97.4FM DUNOON COMMUNITY RADIO WITH COWAL OPEN STUDIO THURSDAY 2.00PM – 4.00PM – JAN HARPER TALKS TO IAN CONNER —THIS PROGRAMME CAN ALSO BE HEARD AT 7.00PM-9.00PM AND MIDNIGHT TONIGHT IAN CONNER IS A SINGER SONGWRITER WHO RECENTLY MOVED TO LIVE HERE ON THE COWAL AND HAS RECENTLY STARTED TO PERFORM LOCALLY .IAN INTRODUCES HIMSELF AND […]

Dunoon Jazz Festival Weekend is here! Support the DJF Trust by joining us for a delicious homemade lunch with DS Murray Quartet on Sunday at 1pm. Check out their unique brand of jazz-funk here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcFZAnPF1Yx2vyubY78Vfhg Suggested donation just £5


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