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Tue January 21, 2014
Highland Society Honors Legacy of Robert Burns
Proud Scotsman Robert Valentine stops by Sounds Good to speak with Kate Lochte about the West Kentucky Highland Society's Traditional Robert Burns Supper at the Murray Woman's Club this Saturday (January 25).
Bob Valentine stops in to Sounds Good to discuss the West Kentucky Highland Society's traditional Robert Burns supper at the Murray Woman's Club. Bob and Kate discuss various aspects of Scottish culture and Robert Burns' role in Scottish history, as well as the origins and questionable nature of haggis.
"Scotland's Favourite Son," Robert Burns was a poet and lyricist, widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland. He helped popularize the Scots language, bringing it to a wider audience. Posthumously, Burns' work became a source of inspiration for Scottish liberalism and socialism. His poem, "Auld Lang Syne" is often song on New Year's Eve worldwide.