More than 15,000 recordings from Scotland's past are going online as part of a new digital archive. The recordings, many of which date back almost 80 years, are drawn from three different collections and include songs, poems and stories.

The £3m project includes interviews with mill workers and crofters, travellers and farm workers in Gaelic, Doric and Scots. Many date back to the 1930s and were recorded on wax cylinders or wire.

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