The north-east of Scotland is home to an unmatched heritage of music, song, and story, history and folklore, and the creativity of the people who live and work here.
The North-East o Scotlan is hame tae a winnerfu heirskip o wird, music, ballad an sang, story, history, an folklore, as weel as the creativity o the fowk fa bide an wark here.
The Aberdeen creative firm behind a major interactive Doric project has been shortlisted as agency of the year.
Renowned north-east poet, writer, storyteller and singer Sheena Blackhall has been made the Doric Board's first north-east Makar.
Children across the north-east have been encouraged to take part in a writing competition inspired by a Doric scribe.
Doric and Shetlandic are just two of the dialects at the heart of a national search for the most iconic Scots word.
Moray's Glenlivet Hall will be host to a spookily spectacular vampire themed show with a Doric spin this Halloween weekend.
The first Doric visual storytelling event of its kind will take place next week as part of an Aberdeenshire festival.
A full weekend of all things Doric will take place in Braemar on the weekend of October 4 to 6 as part of the Across the Grain festival.
Plans have been unveiled for the return of an acclaimed film festival.
A CD of songs and poems in Doric has been released by an MSP to raise money for a north-east medical centre.
In the words of the language which she has helped champion for many years, Sheena Blackhall is a gallus quine.
Frankie Boyle talks Findhorn, Doric and Aberdeen in the 90s as he heads out on his first Scottish tour since 2008
Frankie Boyle is on his first Scottish tour since 2008 and is playing two nights at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen.
The concerns of a north-east MSP have been dismissed by the Scottish Prison Service over the benefit to society of prisoners at HMP Grampian being given lessons in Doric.
Those fluent in Doric are being invited to enter a new Call My Bluff-style game to celebrate the north-east dialect.
More than 50 writers submitted an entry to a new poetry contest at this year's Keith Festival of Traditional Music and Song.
Children at a Peterhead primary school have been declared winners of a new Doric film festival.
A north-east MSP has been recording Doric poems and songs for a CD he plans to sell to raise money for a medical centre.
A leading Doric speaker in the north-east has pointed to the success of a poem competition as proof the language is alive and well.
A celebration of all things Doric is taking place next month.
Scotland’s arts agency has been accused of neglecting the north and north-east after it was revealed all jobs advertised since 2014 were for the Central Belt.
A new competition has been launched to challenge people on their knowledge of Doric.
If you happen to be walking through the beautiful woods of Finzean estate in Aberdeenshire, you might be lucky enough to hear a rich Doric voice rising in song.
The language of the people has aye needed people’s champions to keep it vigorous.
Researchers at Aberdeen University will lead a new linguistic survey of Scots - the first such work carried out in about 70 years.
North-east Scots, usually known as ‘the Doric’ or ‘Toonser’ has been the subject of a new documentary, made by the University of Aberdeen’s Elphinstone Institute.
A new event to promote Doric among younger audiences has been launched.
A north-east performer has cemented his position as a bothy ballads stalwart by becoming only the second person to claim the “champion of champions” title for the sixth time.
Foo’s yer doos or fit like... if you’re sat there in bafflement then you clearly dinna ken yer Doric.
A new scheme has been launched to create an interactive Doric Portal which will allow access to an unprecedented treasure trove of works in the language.
It will be the first-ever festival of film in the Doric language.
It’s an initiative that has already sparked global interest and now Doric language classes at Aberdeen University are set to double in size in 2019.