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Eachdraidh is ealain inntinneach anns a’ cholaiste

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Preseantair] Tha colaiste air a bhith aig an Eaglais Shaoir ann an Dùn Èideann airson còrr air ceud gu leth bliadhna. Ach tha an togalach air a bhith air an làraich seo nas fhaide na sin, le eachdraidh inntinneach na chois.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] Tòrr staidhrichean! Cha robh iad cho dona bho chionn sia bliadhna deug nuair a bha mi a’ ruith suas ann an seo.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] Seo am Presbytery Hall agus ’s e Oregon pine a tha seo. Buinidh e dha Ameireaga agus tha e uabhasach brèagha. Brèagha dha-rìribh. Tha blàths ann cuideachd ’s tha a h-uile seòrsa design air na pillars a th’ ann.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] Chaidh an togalach seo fhèin a thogail, tha mi a’ smaoineachadh, ann an 1727 no mar sin. Daoine gu math cudromach a’ fuireach ann an seo, David Hume am philosopher, bha esan a’ fuireach ann an seo airson greis mhath agus cuideachd Boswell, bha esan a’ gabhail còmhnaidh ann an seo airson greiseag agus bha e fhèin agus Johnson ag ithe còmhla ri chèile ann an seo.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] ’S e sin am memorial window agus na daoine a tha sibh a’ faicinn ann an sin, ’s e sin na daoine a tha uabhasach cudromach anns an Eaglais Shaoir agus fada ron sin, a’ dol air ais gu John Knox suas tro na linntean an uair sin. Thomas Chalmers ann an sin anns a’ mheadhan.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] Seo peantadh uabhasach ainmeil. Mar a tha sibh a’ faicinn an seòrsa deilbh a th’ ann, sin an seòrsa coinneachaidh a bh’ ann nuair a thòisich an Eaglais Shaor bho chionn fhada ann an 1843. ’S e David Octavious Hill a rinn an dealbh sin, còrr air fichead bliadhna, 23 years, ann a bhith a’ dèanamh seo. ’S e rud a tha ga dhèanamh ainmeil gur e seo a’ chiad pheantadh a chaidh a dhèanamh le cuideachadh bho camara airson a bhith a’ togail dealbh ’s an uair sin a’ cur an dealbh ann an seo fhèin leis a’ pheant agus tha e uabhasach math.

Chaidh am prògram seo, Balaich a' Bhìobaill, a chraoladh an toiseach ann an 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What does Iain eat?

English Beurla

[Presenter] The Free Church has had a college in Edinburgh for more than a hundred and fifty years. But the building has been on this site longer than that, with an interesting history attached to it.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] Lots of stairs! They weren’t so bad sixteen years ago when I was running up here.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] This is the Presbytery Hall and this is Oregon pine. It comes from America and it is very beautiful. Really beautiful. There’s a warmth in it too and there’s every sort of design on these pillars.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] This building was built, I think, in 1727 or thereabouts. Very important people stayed here, David Hume the philosopher, he stayed here for a good while and also Boswell, he stayed here for a while and himself and Johnson ate together here.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] That’s the memorial window and the people that you see there, that’s the people who are very important in the Free Church and long before that, going back to John Knox and then up through the centuries. Thomas Chalmers there in the middle.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] Here is a very famous painting. As you can see from the sort of picture that it is, that’s the sort of gathering that there was when the Free Church began long ago in 1843. It’s David Octavious Hill that made that picture, more than twenty years, 23 years, making this. What makes it famous is that this is the first painting that was made with help from a camera as he took a picture and then put the picture onto here with paint and it is terribly good.

This programme, Balaich a' Bhìobaill, was first broadcast in 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eachdraidh is ealain inntinneach anns a’ cholaiste

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Preseantair] Tha colaiste air a bhith aig an Eaglais Shaoir ann an Dùn Èideann airson còrr air ceud gu leth bliadhna. Ach tha an togalach air a bhith air an làraich seo nas fhaide na sin, le eachdraidh inntinneach na chois.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] Tòrr staidhrichean! Cha robh iad cho dona bho chionn sia bliadhna deug nuair a bha mi a’ ruith suas ann an seo.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] Seo am Presbytery Hall agus ’s e Oregon pine a tha seo. Buinidh e dha Ameireaga agus tha e uabhasach brèagha. Brèagha dha-rìribh. Tha blàths ann cuideachd ’s tha a h-uile seòrsa design air na pillars a th’ ann.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] Chaidh an togalach seo fhèin a thogail, tha mi a’ smaoineachadh, ann an 1727 no mar sin. Daoine gu math cudromach a’ fuireach ann an seo, David Hume am philosopher, bha esan a’ fuireach ann an seo airson greis mhath agus cuideachd Boswell, bha esan a’ gabhail còmhnaidh ann an seo airson greiseag agus bha e fhèin agus Johnson ag ithe còmhla ri chèile ann an seo.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] ’S e sin am memorial window agus na daoine a tha sibh a’ faicinn ann an sin, ’s e sin na daoine a tha uabhasach cudromach anns an Eaglais Shaoir agus fada ron sin, a’ dol air ais gu John Knox suas tro na linntean an uair sin. Thomas Chalmers ann an sin anns a’ mheadhan.

[Oll. Urr. Iain A. MacLeòid] Seo peantadh uabhasach ainmeil. Mar a tha sibh a’ faicinn an seòrsa deilbh a th’ ann, sin an seòrsa coinneachaidh a bh’ ann nuair a thòisich an Eaglais Shaor bho chionn fhada ann an 1843. ’S e David Octavious Hill a rinn an dealbh sin, còrr air fichead bliadhna, 23 years, ann a bhith a’ dèanamh seo. ’S e rud a tha ga dhèanamh ainmeil gur e seo a’ chiad pheantadh a chaidh a dhèanamh le cuideachadh bho camara airson a bhith a’ togail dealbh ’s an uair sin a’ cur an dealbh ann an seo fhèin leis a’ pheant agus tha e uabhasach math.

Chaidh am prògram seo, Balaich a' Bhìobaill, a chraoladh an toiseach ann an 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What does Iain eat?

English Beurla

[Presenter] The Free Church has had a college in Edinburgh for more than a hundred and fifty years. But the building has been on this site longer than that, with an interesting history attached to it.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] Lots of stairs! They weren’t so bad sixteen years ago when I was running up here.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] This is the Presbytery Hall and this is Oregon pine. It comes from America and it is very beautiful. Really beautiful. There’s a warmth in it too and there’s every sort of design on these pillars.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] This building was built, I think, in 1727 or thereabouts. Very important people stayed here, David Hume the philosopher, he stayed here for a good while and also Boswell, he stayed here for a while and himself and Johnson ate together here.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] That’s the memorial window and the people that you see there, that’s the people who are very important in the Free Church and long before that, going back to John Knox and then up through the centuries. Thomas Chalmers there in the middle.

[Rev. Prof. John A. MacLeod] Here is a very famous painting. As you can see from the sort of picture that it is, that’s the sort of gathering that there was when the Free Church began long ago in 1843. It’s David Octavious Hill that made that picture, more than twenty years, 23 years, making this. What makes it famous is that this is the first painting that was made with help from a camera as he took a picture and then put the picture onto here with paint and it is terribly good.

This programme, Balaich a' Bhìobaill, was first broadcast in 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ainmeil

famous

seòrsa deilbh

sort of picture