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FRANCES R LYNN (FRLLY) ALL THINGS MOD-THE SAGA CONTINUES and ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK

Frances or Frlly (The Gaelic Singer ) as she is generally known sings for pleasure, specialising in Gaelic Song and taking part in the Senior Solo Competitions in the Scottish Mod.
Frlly is a co/producer and presenter of  two programmes on Dunoon Community Radio Thursday evenings ALL THINGS MOD-THE SAGA CONTINUES and Saturday afternoon with  ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK

Frlly- sings in Gaelic as well

Saturday’s ARGYLLCOUNTRYFOLK Programme  is not a million miles away from Thursday’s programme “All Things Mod –The Saga Continues”.

Traditional Scottish Music has always been very popular with listeners of Dunoon Community Radio hence the success of the weekly Thursday programmes which features Gaelic traditional song, music and the spoken word with popular presenters Mary, Jenifer and Frlly.

Frlly now takes us to the traditional music and song of Scottish Folk Music from long before the Folk Revival of the sixties to the present day folk with the emerging 21st century, traditional and forward looking folk music.

From Classic folk from a time when you called it a vinyl record to the latest artist from the yearly Folk Awards  and the Scottish Traditional Music Awards to the latest  in new releases  and  re-issues  from birnhamCD with weekly reviews of the best sellers from All Celtic Music .

Frlly will also keep you informed not only of local concerts and folk events but what’s happening  across the “Watter” including the  famous”Live at the Star Club”  in Glasgow

Fryll In the Studio

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SGIOBA LUAIDH INBHIRCLUAIDH

Expect the Unexpected as guest FRANCES DUNLOP Leader of the well know Gaelic Waulking Song Group SGIOBA LUAIDH INBHIRCLUAIDH…. talks to Jeniffer and Frlly today 4th February 2014 12.30pm—2.00pm

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Frances is also a member of Sgioba Luaidh Inbhirchluaidh (Sgioba Luaidh is a group specialising in Gaelic work songs, particularly those which were sung by women when waulking the tweed.)

Fryll In Her Presenters Dress (Optional)

This Year the Royal National Mod will be held in Dunoon in October and Frances will be looking forward to competing in one or two events .
Frances has recently taken up the position of DCR Mod Information Co-Ordinator, essentially gathering and forwarding on information on all aspects of the Mod including co-presenting a special Thursday evening programme TLLLVLBS MOD UPDATE called ALL THINGS MOD which will run right up to and including the MOD Event to be held 12th October to 19th October
Frances is looking forward to introducing to the listeners many locals including many children who will be setting their sights on competing or being involved in this years MOD 2012 and will also be talking to many competitors not only from other areas of Scotland but from all over the world.
Fryll will keep everyone informed as to what is happening by posting “her Mod Diary” as soon as able after each programme and will also post other gaelic issues in her “Diary Supplements” all here on her presenters page .
Should you wish to ask Fryll anything ALL THINGS MOD you may do so by using the Comments box at the bottom of the page and she will be only to happy to reply to you here and possibly on air in her Thursday programme
Frlly has also started her own presenter Site with a lot more information which you are invited to visit  http://www.spanglefish.com/frllyspage/links.asp

Dunoon Fiddle Workshop Juniors with Victor and Frilly

Junior Fiddlers on air

325 Comments

  1. Travellers's Tales says:

    VISITORS where is your first STOP on your journey into Argyll.. a CASTLE…an OLD INN…A WONDERFUL PANORAMIC VIEW?..LISTEN IN TODAY on ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK as FRLLY tells the STORY, recounts FAIRY TALE or TWO along with all our old ( and some new) favourite SCOTTISH FOLK SINGERS

  2. FLY, SAIL or DRIVE into ARGYLL says:

    APPROACH to ARGYLL by Air, Sea or Road with ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK today, Saturday 2pm to 4pm introducing tracks from the OPEN ROAD CD from ANGUS SMITH and NORTH56 local Argyll Musician and Music from the TORLUM SESSIONS CD along with many of our OLD FAVOURITE FOLK SINGERS
    REPEAT will be heard on TUESDAY 12noon til 2pm

  3. ARGYLLCOUNTRY says:

    THE COWAL WAY…..in several parts..PART TWO in my Serial went out LIVE on Saturday 19th March and the repeat will play out on TUESDAY 21st March 12noon til 2pm.

    A NEW INSIGHT into what the walkers will see on their way along

  4. TALL STORIES from says:

    ARGYLL COUNTRY FOLK tales of SCOTS who left their native shore and became LEGENDS in THEIR OWN TIME on March 11 2017 repeat on TUESDAY

  5. RADIO at MACHRIHANISH says:

    1905 The first moment speech was heard across an FM frequency ….
    Frlly brings the story and our favourite SONGS to go

  6. LOVE is in the AIR at ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK says:

    VALENTINE SPECIAL lots of love songs from our favourite SCOTTISH FOLK SINGERS weaving their way around Scottish Stories and Legend…THE TRUE STORY OF the Faery Flag of the MacLeods..the strange tale of the Killin Minister and the sad Legend of Deirdre.
    TUESDAY 14th February 2017 12noon til 2pm

  7. ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK says:

    SLEUTH HOUND an ancient scottish dog breed used for hunting down humans..known for not giving up the search until their man was hunted down…THIS is the FOUNDATION of my stories and SONG on ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK on Saturday 11th February 2017
    The Clydesiders Tune ALWAYS ARGYLL will start us off at 2pm..then its two hours of Story, LEGEND and SONG from DCR’s own SEANNACHIE ..FRLLY

  8. travel slow thru ARGYLL says:

    Travel Slower….. stop rushing drive along Loch Lomond to Crianlarich, Tyndrum and Dalmally.

    Sing along with The Corries, The Clydesiders, Gaberlunzie, Robin Laing, Alex Hodgson, Brian McNeil, Alistair McDonald,

    Take the train from Glasgow to Arrochar, bus to Oban Drive up the Rest and Be Thankful, take the Left at the car park, Visit Carrick Castle.
    But Start your Journey with the MacLeod Connection to Argyll and finish it with a Clan Campbell Castle..
    All in ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK on Tuesday 17th January

  9. FIRESIDE TALES retold by FRLLY says:

    After last Saturdays’ special memories of past Programmes the mists and ice landscapes keep reminding me of clan legends and local stories told around the ceilidh fire and the warm pub evenings of yester year. Switch on your Radio tomorrow, Saturday and join me playing out favourite Scottish Folk tracks alongside some of the stories. 2pm til 4pm on a Saturday and 12 til 2pm on Tuesday

  10. LISTENERS choice OF THE years PROGRAMMES says:

    FAVOURITE PLAYOUT PARTS OF OLD PROGRAMMES OF THE LAST YEAR on Saturday 31st and Tuesday 3rd

  11. FRLLY with LOCAL STORIES says:

    LOCAL AUTHOR and FRLLY’S own fond MEMORIES OF TIMES PAST, with FAVOURITE SCOTS FOLK TRACKS laced with Christmas Carols for this Stormy Christmas Eve LIVE on DUNOON COMMUNITY RADIO 97.4FM and easily found on TUNEIN.COM and the INTERNET and will be repeated on TUESDAY 12noon to 2pm sit down, kick off your shoes, enjoy a good story or two..

  12. WINGS and ROTORS over ARGYLL says:

    M.A.S.H. !! the sound was straight out of my TV Sound Memory Bank as a Sikorsky Helicopter roared around the headland towards where I stood on the shore, only the dark green/grey of an army machine was replaced by white and red with the name COASTGUARD emblazoned on its side…This Saturday’s ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK brings some of the activities of the flying machines over our hills and glens..the SCOTTISH FOLK tracks chosen to good effect..LISTEN in on 97.4FM or Tunein to Dunoon Radio TIME: 1400 hours

  13. LIGHTHOUSE LEGENDS from Islay says:

    FRLLY here ..This Saturday’s programme continues on the Island of Islay but with reference to DOUGIE MACDOUGALL’s story. highlights of which I recounted last Saturday in the “Cream of Islay” of the lighthouse keepers wife requiring a lift (helicopter) to mainland hospital via Dougie’s rescue craft and the state of the very rough seas around Rhuvaal headland. Thus Intrigued I went into my bookcase in search of the Islay Lighthouses and more description ..I bring this to you along with a bit of indepth on the Engineering and Inventions of the Stevenson Family

  14. THE ISLANDS of ARGYLL ISLAY says:

    TUESDAY 22nd NOVEMBER 2016 from 12noon …..WORDS ……..Isle of Islay first landfall in the APPROACH to Argyll BY SEA Story by ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK and from Frances K B Lynn’s notebooks of half a century ago, the SAGA of the NORSEMEN in ISLAY and the DYNASTY TIMELINE of the Lord of the Isles accompanied bySONGS Bloodthirsty Folk Songs from Scottish Folkies AND some drumrolls and of course THE PIPES. Park your car on the Prom. relax and listen for a couple of hours LIVE

  15. FIREWORKS with ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK says:

    GUNPOWDER MILLS in COWAL FRLLY takes the Listeners to the old VILLAGES describes the houses, the people and the explosive times endured.
    SCOTTISH FOLK tracks to match the chat AND featured CD from GREENTRAX of the LOST TRACKS of the MCCALMANS
    all on DUNOON COMMUNITY RADIO 97.4FM SATURDAY 2PM til 4PM ..repeated TUESDAY 12noon til 2pm

  16. ARGYLLs KIST of STORIES says:

    SATURDAY 29th October brings STORIES from THE KIST Mid Argyll’ Historic and Antiquarian Society’s newsletter this one NUMBER 58 tells of the McCorquhodale Clan castles and battles; The Monument on the Big Cumbrae and The KELP sales of the 18oo’s.
    INTRODUCING GREENTRAX’s CD of MCCALMANS LOST TRACKS due out on 5th November along with many a well loved SCOTTISH FOLK SONG on ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK Saturday 2 til 4 TUESDAY 12 til 2pm

  17. PARA HANDY TALES on ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK says:

    ARGYLL stories from the JOURNALS of the Mid Argyll Antiquarian society’s KIST Magazine from last Century….this one KIST no. 58 still to be found on sale in the Bookshop in Lochgilphead….
    brings to FRLLY’s LISTENERS snippets from the stories of the McCorquohodales of Eredine and Phantilands of LOCHOW by M McGrigor. CREATION of the FIRST MARITIME CHARTS of The Frith of CLYDE and the Kelp industry of Knapdale….
    THE NEW CD from The MCCALMANS LOST TRACKS features..all on SATURDAY 2pm til 4pm and TUESDAY 12noon til 2pm 29/10/16

  18. PARA HANDY TALES on ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK says:

    The return of a PARA HANDY tale reading accompanied by our favourite SCOTTISH FOLK tracks this afternoon Saturday 2pm til 4pm on DUNOON COMMUNITY RADIO on 97.4FM and TUNEIN

  19. ARGYLL TROPHY won at THE MOD says:

    Thursday 20th October with FRLLY when she takes the listeners to the TROPHY WINNERS of Saturday, Monday and Tuesday lists on http://www.ancomunn.co.uk to hear about the boys and girls who have the trophies to polish and care for the next year..and takes you back to the YEAR 2012 and the young GAELIC SONGSTERS of that moment when The Royal National MOD was held in DUNOON..
    MEMORIES of previous Mods and the Solo Singers who competed with Frlly in previous years the SONGS and their own successes this year at Stornoway

  20. FRLLY VOICE-PAINTS the SCENE says:

    COWALFEST 2016 BROCHURE TO MUSIC!! created LIVE on Dunoon Community Radio.. PAGE by PAGE n in an interesting way all about the myriad EVENTS, WALKS and NEW Arthritis Care and Living it up . Scot HeALTH ACTIVITIES ..
    Listen in to the REPLAY on SATURDAY 2pm til 4pm
    SCOTTISH FOLK SINGERS were The Corries, The Clydesiders, The Wherries. Music from the FALKIRK POT CD with the Kelpie Music Theme: Alistair Mac Donald, Heelster Gowdie and for the horses The black Beauty Theme…

  21. THE MOD SAGA continues says:

    Suggest another time when you would like this programme played again to text no o7751236995

  22. THE MOD SAGA continues says:

    Playing out favourite GAELIC MUSIC tracks JENIFER, MARY and FRLLY chat on about what is happening locally and nationally …activities with a Gaelic Language connection…drop in language centres, recipes, musical events across scotland, wildlife activities in the Cowal Area, sailing club’s activities..the local Fiddle Workshop etc etc… LISTEN IN 6pm til 7.30 THURSDAYS

  23. ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK with FRLLY says:

    16.08.16 Tuesday s ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK Scottish Folk Music with the stories of Argyll woven within this week hear The Corries, The Clydesiders, Music from the CD Highland Voyage; Songs from Jim Malcolm, Robin Laing and Alistair McDonald along with a few others THEME Clockwise around Scottish Canals FEATURING interviews from The Tarbert Harbour Master and Mr Downs Owner of Holy Loch Marina

  24. CRUISING UP THE CLYDE says:

    SATURDAY 30th JULY 2016 ARGYLLCOUNTRY FOLK
    VIEW from a BOW WEBCAM …Sailing into the River Clyde Estuary from FRLLY’s photographic memory of a CRUISE SHIP’s webcam view as it sailed towards Ailsa Craig and reference to some really useful webpages.. Description of the lands seen for’ard, to port and starb’rd.
    www. marinetraffic.com ..for the map
    http://www.visitmyharbour.com …for info on the harbours
    http://www.peelports.com ….for the leisure craft navigation leaflet
    www. clydemaritime.co.uk/x-acknowledgements
    and
    HE MUSIC from the OLD TIMES and right up to date..
    DUNCAN CHISHOLM; GABERLUNZIE: THE CORRIES; HIGHLAND VOYAGE CD featured; ANDY STEWART; ALISTAIR MACDONALD; THE CLYDESIDERS; MALINKY; CEOLBEG; DYSART PIPEBAND; STEPHEN QUIGG; THE MCCALMANS; JIM MALCOLM.

  25. CLAN LANDS and LEGENDS onArgyllcountry FOLK says:

    ARGYLL CLANS their Lands and their Legends FRLLY researches ARGYLLs CLANS with the SCOTTISH FOLK TRADITION of the Ceilidh where STORIES of Derring Do were told to a captive audience enjoying the friendship and songs.
    SWITCH on YOUR RADIO onto 97.4 FM or TUNEIN on your internet connection
    Sit back and shut your eyes and listen as FRLLY takes you there in MUSIC and SONG This SATURDAY 23rd JULY 2016

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