Alba - Scotland
3.1: Scotland's name
3.2: Celtic background
3.3: Where can I get Gaelic books?
3.4: How can I learn Gaelic?
3.5: Where can I get Gaelic music and words to Gaelic tunes, info on Gaelic
3.6: Are there any files I can access for more information on Gaelic
3.7: Scottish music radio programmes
3.8: How can I get Gaelic TV/radio programmes
3.9: Info on Robert Burns
3.10: Info on cooking and haggis
3.11: Where can I get haggis?
3.12: Address to a Haggis - by Robbie Burns
3.13: What is the Scots language. Who do I contact for more info?
3.14: What Scottish Record labels are there
3.15: How do I find out about Folk events in Scotland which might be on?
3.16: When are the major Scottish folk festivals
3.17: Where's a good place to buy folk records?
3.18: How do I trace my Scottish ancestry?
3.19: Any Scottish songs on-line?
3.20: What's the number of the Scottish Tourist Board ?
3.21: Politics: Scotland and the UK/devolution/independence
3.22: When are Burns night and St Andrews Day.
3.23: How do I find out about Highland Games or Mods in my area. What is a Mod?
3.24: Information on Runrig
3.25: Information on Capercaillie
3.26: Scottish Cultural classes (music, singing, language, history etc)
3.27: Gaelic wedding blessing
3.28: Dalriada Celtic society BBS
3.29: The Gaelic for "Frequently Asked Questions"
3.30: Edinburgh Festival Fringe
3.31: Living Tradition.
3.32: Seeing Underground Edinburgh
3.33: Primary Literary figures
3.34: Scottish Guide books.
3.35: Primary folk music pubs
3.36: What is a Ceilidh
3.37: Best Scottish pubs
3.38: Scottish Kings
3.39: Attitudes towards Gaelic TV in Scotland
3.40: What does Craig's signature mean?
3.41: Where can I buy a kilt/Highland accessories
3.42: Scottish song books
3.43: Books for learning the fiddle
3.44: Whisky (whiskey)
3.45: The Scottish Youth Hostels Association
3.46: The Ramblers Association
3.47: Books for hillwalkers
3.48: What is a Munro/Corbett?
3.49: Legal questions
3.50: Gaelic festivals
3.51: Gaelic playgroups
3.54: Scottish URLs
3.56: Edinburgh Folk Festival
3.57: Postgraduate courses in Celtic Studies
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