On this page we'll include a list of links to
other web sites that may interest you if you share our love of humour and Ulster speech.
High Till Speak Norn Iron
The Newry Nyuck - (click Newry phrase book link on left when the page comes up)
A wonderful collection from Brian Dodds
- arranged alphabetically.
A celebration of James Young
Who remembers those wonderful characters Orange
Lily and Mrs. O'Condriac?
Click on the link to go to the BBC Scotland
page and listen to a broadcast of "Take the Floor" to be transported back to the barn dances of your youth.
The Ulster Scots Agency
Not really about dialect, but you will
find it interesting if you love our peculiar language.
Poems in Ulster Scots
The blood of the Irish bard flows in
many Ulster Scots veins.
Great You Tube presentation of an
Ulster Scots poem about the adventures of Our Wullie and his car...
The Clitheroe Kid
If you like cheeky stuff (and you must if
you're here) you won't get cheekier than our Jimmy - and not a trace of political correctness anywhere.
Give my head peace
Learn the lingo as heard on this very funny
Fireside stories of the old days
From Donegal, but typical of anywhere in rural
Northern Ireland in days gone by.
Oil lamps and turf fires.
Memories of an Ulster childhood.
Eejit's Glasgow patter.
Highly recommended. Have a skelly and you'll
see that most of the Glasgow slang is common to Norn Iron.
English as spoken in Co.Cavan.