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A Burns Supper

Yes­ter­day, 25th Jan­u­ary, was the anniver­sary of the birth of Robert Burns, and today we’re bring­ing you a pro­gramme of tra­di­tion­al and mod­ern music from Scot­land (with plen­ty of bag­pipes of course), and then, at 12:30pm and 4:30pm Pacif­ic Time (8:30pm and 00:30 GMT) we are pre­sent­ing a com­plete Burns Sup­per, cour­tesy of the late-lament­ed Scots Inde­pen­dent News­pa­per. Yes, we’re a day late, but in fact a Burns Sup­per only needs to be more or less around the 25th — the Dundee branch of the Scot­tish Nation­al Par­ty, for exam­ple, is hav­ing theirs on-line on Feb­ru­ary 5th!

In addi­tion, today sees a new edi­tion of our orig­i­nal series, “Where Have You Been?”, where we dis­cuss things to do and places to see around the Sec­ond Life Grid, at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic, 8pm and mid­night in the UK. In this episode, the sec­ond of our sec­ond series, we vis­it the Janus Gal­leries.