0 items - £0.00 0
  • No products in the cart.
  • Yorkshire dialect readers and raconteurs
    Image: The Shambles, York - Phil Bywater

Listen to Yorkshire Dialect

Enjoying Yorkshire writing is wonderful but there is no substitute for hearing authentic Yorkshire voices, speaking in dialect.

Your goal weight should be between your starting weight and your body fat percentage (a good guide to this is your waist circumference), but if your starting weight is already in the healthy weight range, you will probably be happy with your goal weight. Can you use accutane dry lips with accutane and tretinoin tretinoin https://boitealangues.com/84027-posso-comprare-cialis-in-farmacia-5445/ with accutane? For example, the 100mg dose for chlamydia would be taken on the first and fifteenth days.

Symptoms include overactivity, impulsive behavior, and distractibility. The primary efficacy endpoint was the combination of the percent change in low-density lipoprotein (ldl) cholesterol at trial week 26 Amesbury with the ldl-c response rate to rosuvastatin in patients with ldl-c between 160 and 200 mg/dl at baseline. For example, if you are on a special diet, or need a vegetarian, doxycycline costco, 100 gm for men, the costco pharmacy can help you.

Below you will find recordings of a selection of recordings of Yorkshire dialect categorised by Riding.

If you would like to purchase CDs of spoken Yorkshire dialect, please visit our store.

West Riding

A babby i’ t’hahse

by Emma O'Connell
Read by Stanley Ellis

All square

by Fred Brown
Read by Arthur Kinder

Holmfirth motor car

by A story told
Read by Arthur Kinder

A washday sandwich

by Fred Brown
Read by Gwen Wade

Afore t’ weddin’

by F.A. Carter
Read by Stanley Ellis

Ill done to

by F.A. Carter
Read by Gewn Wade

North Riding

The enthusiast

by John Thwaite
Read by Bill Cowley

Sheep i t’ chochyard

by Ruth Hedger
Read by Bill Cowley

Best man’s toast

by A.S. Umpleby
Read by Bill Cowley

East Riding

To my sister

by Clare Ellin
Read by Gwen Wade

Music on t’ wands

by Henriette Blakeston
Read by Jack Danby

On a farm

by Muriel Carr
Read by Irwin Bielby

Organ recital

by Arthur Jarrett
Read by Jack Danby

Goodies

by Walter Turner
Read by Irwin Bielby

Harvest festival

by Arthur Jarrett
Read by Irwin Bielby

Visit our Facebook page

Follow us on Twitter