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hpr3896 :: The Brochs of Glenelg

A verbal tour in situ of one of the two brochs of Glenelg

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Hosted by Andrew Conway on 2023-07-10 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Duration: 00:13:02

Sound Scapes.

Come with us on a journey through sound.

In this episode I visit one of the best preserved brochs on the Scottish mainland called Dun Telve. It is one of two that are a few miles outside the village of Glenelg which is rare itself in that its name is a palindrome.

The broch Dun Telve from a distance.

The broch Dun Telve from a distance.


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Comment #1 posted on 2023-07-29 20:23:31 by dnt


Thanks for sharing this! I did not know about it. I have long hoped to visit Skara Brae someday, so here's another potential stop for me. I would enjoy hearing more of this.

Comment #2 posted on 2023-08-23 05:07:17 by Windigo

Intriguing show topic

Not only did I enjoy your episode, but I think the concept behind it is worth exploring. We have HPR hosts across the globe, and surely each of us lives near something worth an episode.

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