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History Podcast TTT Season 4 Shetland Storytelling

Season 4 Episode 18: Sarah McBurnie on the Stories of Shetland

“You must never call it the Shetlands. Islanders are proud and can be prickly about the name: it’s either Shetland or the Shetland Islands.” Anne Cleeves Welcome to Tea, Toast and Trivia. Thank you for listening in.  I am you host, Rebecca Budd, and I am looking forward to sharing this moment with you. I […]

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Family Farming Looking Back Lorna Brown Orkney Podcast TTT Season 3

Season 3 Episode 18: Traveling to Orkney with Lorna Brown

“A trip to Orkney gives you the opportunity to look back in time: through both world wars, crofting, Norse and Neolithic eras. Locals say if you scratch the surface of Orkney, it bleeds archaeology. Venturing further back, the rugged landscape affords glimpses into the geological heritage that physically shaped our islands many millennia ago.” Lorna […]

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Alexander Pushkin Elisabeth Van Der Meer  Podcast TTT Russia Russian Literature Season 2 Tea Toast & Trivia Writers

Season 2. Episode 18: Elisabeth on Alexander Pushkin’s Duel

Welcome to Tea, Toast and Trivia. Thank you for listening in. Elisabeth van der Meer from the extraordinary blog, A Russian Affair, has once again joined me from the far distance of 7,514 km or 4,669 miles. We are connecting Finland and Canada via Russian Literature. Elisabeth has come back to discuss Alexander Pushkin, poet, […]

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Decade of Family Farming Frances Podcast TTT The United Nations

Episode 18: In the Chicken Coop

Welcome to Tea, Toast and Trivia. Good morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening, – wherever you are, thank you for listening in. The United Nations designated the year 2014 as the International Year of Family Farming (IYFF).  This year, on May 29, 2019, the United Nations launched  the Decade of Family Farming from 2019 – 2028. […]