“'Lilium Julie Fowlis' ”
May 22 2011
“Julie to Present 'Bob's Ballad Bases' on BBC Radio 2”
- DAB - Listed as "BBC Radio 2", "BBC R2", or "Radio 2"
- FM - 88 - 91 FM
- Freeview - Channel 702
- Freesat - Channel 702
- Sky TV - Channel 0102
- Virgin - Channel 702
- Online - Listen live, and listen to programmes broadcast in the past seven days here on the Radio 2 Website ( http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/ ) on the Radio Player.
- Mobile Phones - If your mobile phone has an FM receiver, you can listen to Radio 2 on 88 - 91 FM. If it has an MP3 player you can listen to podcasts of Radio 2 programmes. Some mobile phones can also access BBC iPlayer.
- MP3 Players (iPods and other manufacturers) Many Radio 2 programmes are available as podcasts which you can listen to on any MP3 player. Your MP3 player may also have an FM or DAB receiver, allowing you to listen live.
May 05 2011
“New musical commisson at Blas 2011 'Heisgeir'”
Coimisean ùr a’ taisbeanadh 's a’ snìomh còmhla ceòl ùr agus stuth beul-aithriseach stèidhiche air Eileanan Heisgeir. Air a’ brosnachadh le na ceanglaichean teaghlaich aice fhèin ris an àite, tha Julie air pìos-obrach ùr a’ chur ri chèile a’ tha foillseachadh àrainn, eachdraidh agus iomadh seann sgeulachd Heisgeir. A’ cleachdadh cleasan lèirsinneach, aithriseach is chiùil gus an obair seo a shoillseachadh, thèid taic a chur ri 'Heisgeir' le na fir-chiùil chliùiteach Éamon Doorley, Ross Martin agus Duncan Chisholm.
Apr 22 2011
“Nomination - Great Scot of the Year 2011”
Julie has been nominated for The Johnny Walker Blue Label Great Scot Award 2011!
This is a great honour and she is nominated alongside great Scottish names such as Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Chris Hoy, Billy Connolly, Robbie Coltrane, Andrew Fairlee, Edith Bowman, Tom Kitchin, The Rt Hon Charles Kennedy, Duncan Bannatyne and Ronnie Corbett to name but a few.
Julie will be attending the gala dinner and award ceremony, on May 4th in central London. Last year’s winner of this prestigious award, was Jack Vettriano, was presented with his “bottle” by the inaugural winner Sir Jackie Stewart, who won the prestigious award in recognition of his outstanding contribution to Scotland ahead of fellow nominees including author Ian Rankin, singer Sharleen Spiteri, television presenter Kirsty Young and former Scottish rugby player Kenny Logan.
Apr 19 2011
“Dreach ùr air an làrach-lìn / A re-vamp for our website”Welcome to the re-vamped JF website! Thanks to Fraser and team at Mayfin Design for the changes, and our new photos are courtesy of the talented Michelle Fowlis (Fowlis Photography).
Aswell as the new look you'll also find a new 'Current Projects' section - check out Julie's big summer sailing adventure with Cape Farewell, plus other info on her various musical projects, TV and radio work that she does in addition to her live touring/gigs.
Keep popping back for updates and remember to join our mailing list :-)
PS Julie herself is a regular 'tweeter' - search for @juliefowlis on Twitter and follow her there.
Julie with the brilliant Québécois quartet 'Le Vent du Nord' perform “Noces Tragique”.
Gach sgeul, the new album, OUT NOW
Julie Fowlis performing Hè Gràdh Hò Gràdh’ on BBC's Transatlantic Sessions
Grande salle Pierre Boulez, Philharmonie de Paris, 221, avenue Jean-Jaurès, 75019 Paris, France **SOLD OUT**
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