Gaelic Twitter Day 2015 (Latha Twitter na Gàidhlig) was one of the subjects of Inverclyde Radio’s #GoodAfternoonLive. Seumaidh was interviewed by David Faller for the live interview at 2pm on Friday 13th March.
However, while David was taking the interview in the radio station, Seumaidh was on the other end of the phone basking in the Mallaig sun and looking over to the Small Isles of Eigg and Rùm. Despite a slight technical hitch (well, it was Friday the 13th), the interview went well.
The conversation covered a few few topics including our desire to see more private enterprise participate in the day and also gave the opinion that in the 21st century, Social Media could be a gateway into the lives of today’s youth who are so technologically savvy as well as, with the right educational approach, act as a bridge for both the younger and older generations.
Gaelic Twitter Day takes place on 30th April 2015. To take part follow the #Gàidhlig hashtag then Tweet, and Retweet all day long! There are some tips and phrases you can use on the day too. If you’ve never used Twitter before, see our How to section for a step by step guide.