Found in 204 Collections and/or Records:
Story entitled 'Woman's choice' telling how a woman had her husband, son and brother imprisoned for 'a heinous crime'. She was given the option to release one of them but refused to name her choice. All of them were released in the end. The story contains two quotes, the concluding one being, 'Comhaltas gu ceud s cairdean gu fichead.'
Story relating to Fuday [Fuideigh] in which the illegitimate son of MacNeil of Barra, Mac an Amhuris, avenges the abduction of his daughter by Lochlannaich [Vikings] by going to Fuday and killing them all. The remains of the Lochlannaich periodically washed up on shore. Two boys found gold on Fuday, which, after the death of their father, who had persuaded them to keep the gold, they used to buy property in Cape Breton, Canada following their emigration.
Portrait photograph of the Macdonald family sitting in a garden in the late 19th or early 20th century.
Broadcast by John Baillie and WD Barnetson, discussing aspects of life, such as politics, religion and family, in 1951 and comparing them with fifty years previously.