A Bit O A Yarn - Agriculture
In this video two Ulster-Scots speakers have a light-hearted conversation (or yarn) about agriculture, from biting midges in the moss to
A Bit O A Yarn - The Body (in Ulster-Scots language)
In this video two Ulster-Scots speakers have a light-hearted conversation (or yarn) about parts of the body in Ulster-Scots.
ABC of Ferguson System
The grey Ferguson TE20 rolled into farms in 1946 and became an iconic part of agricultural history and Harry Ferguson's three-point linka
From Ulster To Savannah
The Ulster-Scots Agency's documentary, following The Omagh Protestant Boys Melody Flute Band as they travel to Savannah, Georgia, USA, to
From Ulster to Savannah Taster
This film features the trip made by The Omagh Protestant Boys Melody Flute Band to the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Savannah, Georgia, USA,
Maine Ulster Scots Project
The Maine Ulster-Scots Project (MUSP) is a not-for-profit organistion established in 2006 by a group of volunteer enthusiasts in Amine US
Belfast - Ulster and Maine
This is the story of two Belfast's - 3,000 miles apart. Two ports linked by name, by culture, and by shared tradition.
Londonderry - Ulster and New Hampshire
The early Ulster-Scots settlers in America often named their settlements after the places they left behind in Ulster.
1718 Ulster-Scots Migration to America
In 1718, the first organised migration of Ulster-Scots Presbyterians took place.