Luchd-tional sgeulachdan uile

Cailean McDonald

Na h-Eileanan A-Muigh (Na h-Uibhistean is Beinn na Fadhla)
Tha mi air am brosnachadh a’ bhith an sás ann am próiseact a tha ag amas feadhainn dha na stóraidhean as inntinneach a tha a’ buntainn do dh’ Uibhist agus na h-eileanan co-cheangailte ris a thoirt ri chéile.

Gòrdan Camshron

Ros an Iar (A’ Chomraich)
'S ann à a' Chomraich a tha Gòrdan Camshron, is tha ùidh mhòr air a bhith aige ann an eachdraidh is dualchas na sgìre on a thòisich e a' cruinneachadh ainmean-àite is sgeulachdan a chuala e bho sheanair is a sheanmhair is e na bhalach.

Christine MacIntyre

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Meadhan Earra-Ghàidheal)
Tha mi toilichte a bhidh deanamh seo. Chan eil sion cho math ri deugh stoiridh.

Angus Murray

An t-Eilean Sgitheanach is Loch Aillse (An t-Eilean Sgitheanach - Ceann a Tuath)
I am a Gaelic speaking islander who hails from the Isle of Benbecula and is now based in the north end of the Isle of Skye.

Anne MacRae

Ros an Iar (Toirbheartan)
Anne was brought up in Applecross and has spent the last 3 decades teaching along the West Coast in the communities of Lochcarron, Ullapool and then Torridon.

Camille Dressler

Loch Abar (Rathad nan Eilean is Na h-Eileanan Beaga)
I am passionate about the landscape and culture of West Lochaber. From the early days researching my Masters degree on traditional Scottish oral culture to now.

Chrissie Gillies

An t-Eilean Sgitheanach is Loch Aillse (Ratharsaigh)
'S ann a Ratharsair ‘s a tha mi bho thùs ach chuir mi seachad ùine aig Sabhal Mòr Ostaig (nam oileanach agus neach-obrach) agus dh’obraich mi ann an diofar àitean ann an leasachadh coimhearsnachd.

Claire Frances MacNeil

Na h-Eileanan A-Muigh (Barraigh is Miùghalaigh)
Tha mi a’ coimhead air adhart ri bruidhinn gu muinntir Barraigh agus Bhatarsaigh mun phròiseact seo.

Coinneach Rankin

Ros an Iar (Loch Aillse is Loch Carrann)
Thogadh Coinneach MacFhraing an sgìre Ploc Loch Aillse, agus chuir e seachad a’ chuid a b’ fheàrr de òige a’ fuireach ri taobh na mara ann am Bada Chall.

Donald MacIver

Ros an Iar (Geàrrloch)
My home is near Aultbea in Wester Ross and I cultivate the croft where my family have lived and worked since 1840.

Georgia Satchell

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Muile, Idhe is Ulbha)
My name is Georgia Satchel, I live near Dervaig on the Isle of Mull. I am an artist and also the archivist at Mull Museum in Tobermory.

Heather MacLean

Loch Abar (Gleann Comhann, Ballachullish is Ceann Loch Mor)
I grew up in Ardgour, Ardnamurchan, and have worked both there and in Lochaber. I currently live in Appin, Argyll with my partner and I am a full-time student with the University of the Highlands and Islands, doing a degree in archaeology.

Helen Dick

Linne Chluaidh agus Eileanan Chluaidh (Comhghall)
Having lived in Cowal for 24 years, I am passionate about the area, its people, history and heritage. I am delighted to have the opportunity to engage with local people, communities groups and organisations.

Iain Johnstone

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Ceann Tìre is Giogha)
I was born and brought up in Kintyre and I have always enjoyed the geography and history of the area through work and leisure activities.

Iseabail Strachan

An t-Eilean Sgitheanach is Loch Aillse (An t-Eilean Sgitheanach - Ceann a Deas)
Is mise Iseabail Strachan agus tha mi a' fuireach ann am Breacais, baile aig taobh a deas an Eilein Sgitheanaich.

Jasmine Wilkie

Na h-Eileanan A-Muigh (Isle of Lewis/Leòdhas)
My name is Jasmine and although I was born on the mainland, my maternal side of the family hail from the Western Isles, where I currently live.

Jen MacNeill

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Colbhasa)
I love stories! I love listening to them, and I love telling them. One of my favourite memories of being a little girl on the island is of listening to my grampa telling my sister and I his stories.

Julia Welstead

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Isle of Tiree)
I have always loved island life, I grew up on the Isle of Tiree and continue to work here, I couldn’t imagine any other place to stay than by the sea.

Karen McCorquodale

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (An t-Òban is Latharna)
Born in Oban, I’ve grown up in and lived in Argyll all my life except for a brief stint in the states at university and a wee foray briefly in to Highland region, eventually settling in Appin.

Katie Dougan

Loch Abar (An Gearasdan is An Gleann Mòr)
I'm Katie and grew up locally in Fort William. My interests lie in sports and the natural world, which is ideal living in the Outdoor Capital of the UK.

Louisa Davidson

Linne Chluaidh agus Eileanan Chluaidh (Bòd)
I’m the Visitor Experience Manager at Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute. Having grown up on Bute, I am hugely proud to call myself a Brandane.

Lynn Jones

Linne Chluaidh agus Eileanan Chluaidh (Arainn)
I am a felt artist living on the Isle of Arran and am part of the Arran Art Trail, welcoming locals and visitors to my studio. I am excited to be collating the stories of this island.

Mairi Hawthorn

Ros an Iar (Loch Aillse is Loch Carrann)
Mairi enjoys running locals hills around Skye & Lochalsh. Through studying Gaelic song she became interested in local stories and the different ways of life around the highlands

Marion McKinlay and Sam Potts

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Inbhir Aora)
We have both been working at Inveraray Jail for over 10 years now. We are always learning new and interesting facts about the Jail and Inveraray.

Michelle Hilder

Loch Abar (Gàidhealtachd an Iar)
I have lived here for 12 years and run the Strontian Hotel with my husband James. I love messing about on the water and enjoy time out with my dogs.

Natasha Hutchison

Ros an Iar (Ulapul is Loch an Inbhir)
Natasha has been a resident on Lochbroom in Wester Ross for 15 years. She works as the Coordinator for the Wester Ross UNESCO Biosphere, which promotes the international significance of the rich natural and cultural heritage of the area.

Neil Woodrow

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Ìle)
Rugadh agus thogadh mi ann an Ìle agus thill mi dhan eilean gus a bhith nam mhanaidsear air Ionad Gàidhlig Ìle.

Romy Benedetti

Na h-Eileanan A-Muigh (Isle of Harris/Na Hearadh)
My name is Romy Benedetti and I live on the Isle of Scalpay. Currently, I work for the West Harris Trust and really excited to be involved in this project.

Scott Ferris

Linne Chluaidh agus Eileanan Chluaidh (Cumaradh)
I have my own story to tell being 45 years old and at the age of 42 sold everything I had in Glasgow, quit my career as a National Account Manager of an Independent Recruitment Company and with my wife and kids moved to Millport.

Sian Rosier-Tucker

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Diùra)
Having studied history at university I find Islay's vast history highly interesting. I have had first hand experience working in the visitor centres at a couple of the distilleries on the island.

Tamara Hedderwick

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Cola)
Being from the Isle of Coll, and raising the family here, immerses me in our shared culture and environment.

Àdhamh Ó Broin

Earra-Ghàidheal agus na h-Eileanan A-Staigh (Earra-Ghàidheal)
An déigh bhlianaichean air chuairt air Gáidhealtachd na h-Albann a' trusamh beul-aithris am measg nan Gáidheil, nach mi bha air mo dhòigh 's mi 'cluinntinn mun cuairt air an iomairt a tha seo a bheireas cothrom dhomh cumail orm leis an dearbh rud sin.