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200 years on, Scots and Scots-at-heart all over the world continue to celebrate the life and works of Robert Burns on January 25th. To understand the enduring, global appeal of a man who created over 700 original works, we are very excited to launch a brand new podcast series examining how much influence he continues to have on modern day Scotland.

One of the world’s leading experts on Burns, Dr Pauline Mackay who is a Lecturer in Robert Burns Studies at the University of Glasgow, is host for this series of five podcasts exploring his enduring legacy with the Scots of today, including singer songwriter Mairi Campbell, graphic artist Susan McGill, renowned chef Colin Bussey and poet Catherine Wilson.

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200 years on, Scots and Scots-at-heart all over the world continue to celebrate the life and works of Robert Burns on January 25th. To understand the enduring, global appeal of a man who created over 700 original works, we are very excited to launch a brand new podcast series examining how much influence he continues to have on modern day Scotland.

One of the world’s leading experts on Burns, Dr Pauline Mackay who is a Lecturer in Robert Burns Studies at the University of Glasgow, is host for this series of five podcasts exploring his enduring legacy with the Scots of today, including singer songwriter Mairi Campbell, graphic artist Susan McGill, renowned chef Colin Bussey and poet Catherine Wilson.

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