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Tony Kearney and Julie Fowlis are among the Christmas stars of “An Oidhche Ron Nollaig” a delightful ten-minute mix of verses, music and illustrations which captures the excitement and anticipation of Christmas Eve.


Specially commissioned verses setting the scene, and the arrival of Santa will be delivered by four readers representing different generations within the home, ranging from the grandfather figure sitting by the fireside to the little girl climbing the stairs to bed.


As well as actor and director Tony Kearney, the verses will be read by well-known bard Aonghas MacNeacail, singer & presenter Linda MacLeod and young Eilidh Lamb, a pupil at Sgoil Taobh na Pàirce in Edinburgh.


Magical new music from Julie Fowlis and Eamon Doorley will enhance the sense of anticipation, and enchanting illustrations from Sandra Steele will highlight the key moments of Santa’s arrival and delivery of gifts.


An Oidhche Ron Nollaig was written and produced by Morag Stewart for Sealladh TV and was broadcast on Christmas Eve 2014 at 1700, 1845 and 2345 on BBC ALBA.

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