Martin Compston shares language ‘expertise’ throughout filming for brand spanking new BBC present

Scottish actor Martin Compston has revealed that he’s strengthening his Gaelic expertise whereas filming for brand spanking new BBC documentary, Scottish Fling.

The Line of Obligation star has been zipping round Scotland as he’s joined by pal Phil MacHugh to movie the six-part docuseries, and was within the Isle of Harris final week, the Scottish Sun reviews.

The 37-year-old will go to each inch of our nation, from the busiest cities to essentially the most native of the Highlands with the intention to uncover “what makes Scotland tick”.

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The intention of the collection is to have a look at how Scotland has been formed by society and the inhabitants of this bonnie wee nation, and likewise absorb some iconic surroundings.

The documentary duo have been protecting followers up to date with their lengthy journey on social media, with movies, pictures, and even some language expertise.

And in MacHugh’s newest snap, he reveals off Compston’s newest talent – the Scottish Gaelic language!

The pair excessive fived they laughed within the automobile as they ‘nailed’ the dialog.
(Picture: Instagram)

Posting on Instagram, Phil confirmed his followers a small glimpse of his Gaelic classes with Martin in a cheery video.

The clip reveals the pair sitting in a automobile, with Compston within the drivers seat as they converse within the native language of Scotland.

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The primary part of the video is captioned; “Whereas our movie crew arrange…

“We be taught Gaelic!”

And in the remainder of the video, the pair snigger and joke as they’ve a brief dialog in Gaelic, which is captioned: “Nailed it!”

Martin posted a photograph a number of days in the past updating followers on his Scottish journey, captioning it: ” Unforgettable few days. Solely remorse it’s taken me this lengthy to find simply how unimaginable the Western Isles are.

“Be again earlier than too lengthy. Tapadh leat @iamphilmachugh #ScottishFling.”

Martin within the Isle of Harris on his Instagram.
(Picture: Instagram)

With the restricted Gaelic expertise in our locker, ‘tapadh leat’ means ‘thanks’ in Gaelic, a candy gesture from Martin to his language instructor and pal Phil.

Followers all commented on Martin’s Instagram put up, with one person writing: “Martin – King of the Western Isles.”

One other mentioned: “Hope you met with the Eriskay Ponies when you have been on Eriskay. Nice buzz across the island when you have been right here.”

And a 3rd wrote: “So stunning on the market. Did Lewis to Barra in a motorhome. I’ve been to many locations however that vacation was one among my finest ever.”

We hope to see Martin across the west coast quickly sufficient, sharing his new Gaelic expertise with the individuals of Glasgow and past!


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