RBWF Sharing Page

The Sharing Page :

  1. The Sharing Page is for items submitted to the Federation that have a connection to Robert Burns, Scottish Culture and Heritage.
  2. It is not a place to show off your latest poem unless it obeys the first premise. 
  3. If the item you have submitted is about or connected to a particular Burns Club or Association please feel free to mention it.

Bachelors of Tarbowton - online Supper Friday 15th January 2021 at 7:35 pm. The link https://youtu.be/hWNGcJdj6_4 w

Ellisland Trust - Making Burns clubs/Associations aware of our Ellisland 1788 tier :

Greenock Burns Club - The Lord Lyon - Burns and the Granting of his Arms -

Cumbernauld & District Burns Club - St Andrew's Video. - Here is a specially produced video created by the guid maun o’ the 581 Club for your entertainment at St Andrew’s Night. https://youtu.be/Z5VYjIMiQGY
 
Paisley Burns Club - Video of an excellent evening.

The Poet's Path Simon Lamb the very talented poet and performer, who was a contestant at the RBWF 'Tam the Glorious' competition, has created a poem “On Poet’s Path”, originally recorded for the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqYAZPrg1GI

“MAT O’ SHANTER — A CAUTIONARY TALE” Simon Lamb also penned and preforms in this piece especially prepared for Tamfest 2020  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Svj5KxEiwxI

Alloway Burns Club have been compiling videos of Club activities for a while now and we felt it would be a good idea to link to their YouTube channel so you might also view their activities. Go to this link : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3ei-N_kdD93wBfoqsXOCpQ/videos

New Cumnock Burns Club, a sub group of the aforementioned Club calling themselves ’Burns Club Blethers’ have been meeting 3 times a week, via Zoom, since the end of March.

These evenings have included quizzes, poetry readings, analysis of poems and ‘show and tell’- type topic nights. They have also had on-line Burns Suppers and Scots Verse Nights (Sangs and Clatter). One of their members, Bobby Jess, was inspired to broadcast Daily Poetry Readings via Facebook and Youtube (which he sustained without a break for 3 months!).

In discussing other options for Zoom they developed the idea of a Video Podcast which would allow Burnsians to get to know the personalities behind cronies that they had seen speaking, reading or singing at Suppers, conferences and other Burns events.

They also hope that it will provide a bit of an oral history for future generations. It has been very well received, so they intend to continue to record and broadcast them, so long as cronies come forward as willing volunteers. They normally publish a new episode around 12 noon on a Sunday.

 
Episode 18 - Leslie Strachan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJ2QSQ3YpKs
 
 
 
Episode 15 - Ronnie O’Byrne https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SzHz7fAxwc
 
Episode 14 - Angus Middleton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlrroHsujow

Episode 13 - Henry Cairneyhttps://youtu.be/mP6eyNV0x5o

Episode 12 - Hugh Farrell - Part 2 https://youtu.be/79LNCPHStVU

Episode 11 - John Morran https://youtu.be/xvxP-slIUo8

Episode 10 - Angus Middleton https://youtu.be/feDqKvsaxQA

Episode 9 - Hugh Farrell  https://youtu.be/pXXKsGX2Hx0

Episode 8 - Jane Brown  https://youtu.be/U2HWYF2eOIE

Episode 7 - Tracy Harvey https://youtu.be/fIhnMn3LYGw

Episode 6 - Jimmy Law   https://youtu.be/DyXVuMGcn0Y

Episode 5 - Stephen Hastie  https://youtu.be/VaxpFNO0zLU

Episode 4 - Billy Hastie  https://youtu.be/YpFVpqdq_bs

Episode 3 - Willie Waugh   https://youtu.be/qpkiyRT5H-4

Episode 2 - Graham Wight  https://youtu.be/N1J5np4ZksY

Episode 1 - Bobby Jess   https://youtu.be/h3rZvlfGWUw

Lament for a scuppered AGM - Greenock Burns Club