#ScotlandHour Wed 27th January 2016 9-10pm – ‘Burns’
#ScotlandHour is delighted to join forces with www.scotland.org/whats-on/burns-night/ to celebrate our national poet Robert Burns. Find out about his poetry, Scottish traditions including traditional food and drink and join with others across the globe as they celebrate with a traditional ‘Burns Supper’.
(After Queen Victoria and Christopher Columbus, there are more Burns Statues in the world than of any other non-religious figure. This is where the idea for people to take a ‘Burnsie’ came from – a picture with your nearest Burns statue or simply of you doing something ‘Burns’ related for example tucking into a dish of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties or enjoying a dram. These are going to be made into a huge collage to be revealed on Burns night – so why not get involved and upload your images by 24th January. Or use #Burnsnight for more general photos of your celebrations.)
We know that the #ScotlandHour community will rise to the challenge of sharing brilliant Burns themed tips whilst also including 2 tags.
9.00pm Q1 What’s the best way to celebrate Burns Night #ScotlandHour #Burnsnight
9.10pm Q2 Share your favourite venue for a Burns Supper #ScotlandHour #Burnsnight
9.20pm Q3 Top tips for Burns events in your area #ScotlandHour #Burnsnight
9.30pm Q4 Which Burns poem best captures the essence of Scotland #ScotlandHour #Burnsnight
9.40pm Q5 What traditional Scottish food can’t be missed on Burns night #ScotlandHour #Burnsnight
9.50pm Q6 Share your Burns supper or Burns inspired images #ScotlandHour #Burnsnight
For more information on Burns, check out http://www.scotland.org/whats-on/burns-night/ where you will be able to upload your #Burnsie, search for local Burns events, watch videos about the bard and find recipes for your own Burns supper.