A fantastic resource which contains over 26,000 oral recordings made in Scotland, from the 1930s onwards. The items you can listen to include stories, songs, music, poetry and factual information.
Cape Breton University Press
One of Nova Scotia’s longest-established publishers and housed within the province’s youngest university (both established in 1974), CBU Press continues to make important contributions to the communities of the island and the region by chronicling the stories of its people and cultures, including the area's strong Scottish and Gaelic connections.
The Gaelic promotional agency, set up to help establish Scottish Gaelic as a national language in Scotland.
Set up by the Scottish Executive in 1999, to “co-ordinate the production and distribution of curriculum resources for Gaelic education.”
An interactive website, run by Stòrlann, for those interested in Gaelic Medium Education. There are lots of things for children to do on the website, including listening to some of Acair’s storybooks being read out loud. Click here to view a list of available free downloads.
A group which strives "to promote and support the establishment and maintenance of education through the medium of Gaelic".
An Comunn Gàidhealach
Set up in 1891 as a vehicle to preserve and develop the Gaelic language, the Comunn is best known today for the annual Royal National Mod.
CnaG is a Gaelic development agency, working at international, national and community levels.
Working name of Gaelic Media Service, working in partnership with BBC, MG Alba assist in the broadcast of the Gaelic channel BBC Alba.
Creative Scotland invests in “Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries.”