2pm, Sunday 15 November 2020

A Celebration of the Life & Legacy of Hamish Henderson

This year because of the social distancing regulations with the pandemic,
we have a VERY limited Carrying Stream programme.
We are reduced to presenting only the annual Hamish Henderson lecture.

None the less we have a terrific lecturer, as always - Professor Kirsteen McCue, who is Professor of Scottish Literature and Song Culture and Co-Director of the Centre for Robert Burns Studies at Glasgow University - who has pre-recorded her lecture for us. To that we have added, as we usually do, some songs with Alison McMorland and Geordie McIntyre. David Francis will chair the event.

The Zoom stream of the lecture will go live at 2pm on November 15.
When the lecture has ended there will be time for a live question and answer session on Zoom with a link
in the box below the video.
Please use the information below to view the lecture ...

Meeting ID: 878 7408 6554
Passcode: 470643

In case you are not familiar with using Zoom you may find this link of use ... https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/categories/200101697-Getting-Started

We hope you will be able to tune in at 2pm on Sunday coming.


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The CARRYING STREAM FESTIVAL is organised annually in November by the Edinburgh Folk Club to celebrate the life and work of the great Scottish folklorist and writer Hamish Henderson pictured here with Jeannie Robertson.