Barran agus asbhuain’, Claddagh, Dublin, 1973.
An Evening with the Heretics; and, Hancock’s Half Hour: The Poetry Society. Private recording.
Fourteen Poems of Sorley MacLean: a commentary, Association for Scottish Literary Studies, Glasgow, 1980. [commentary is by Iain Crichton Smith]
In mind o a makar: Robert Garioch 1909-1981, Scotsoun, Glasgow, 1981. [a tribute to Robert Garioch]
Eadar da chogadh: the Early Poems of Sorley MacLean, Macdonald-Mitchell, Glasgow, [198?].
Three Voices of Scotland: MacCaig, Garioch, Sorley MacLean. Private recording of a BBC radio broadcast.
Poems in Scots and Gaelic, from 17 Poems for 6d, Scotsoun, Glasgow, [198?].
Sorley MacLean reads his poetry … at the SPLA/Verse magazine event for the “Auld Alliance”, St. Cecilia’s Hall. Recorded by the School of Scottish Studies, 29 August 1985.
Sorley MacLean reads at a meeting of the Scottish Association for the Speaking of Verse. Private Scottish Poetry Library recording: includes discussion of W B. Yeats.
Commonwealth Writers’ Conference. Private Scottish Poetry Library recording.
Twa leids: Scots poetry intil Gaelic, Gaelic poetry intil Scots, Scotsoun, Glasgow, 1988.
Joy Hendry interviews Sorley MacLean. Private Scottish Poetry Library recording as part of BBC Radio Scotland programme entitled ‘Scots Quair’, 1990.
Louise’s Hershaw’s Scottish Literature Dissertation Excerpts. Cassette of poetry with music produced to accompany dissertation; a study of the relationship between words and music, 1991.
A Compass of Scottish Voices: … a Poetry Reading with Four of Scotland’s most memorable Poets. Private Scottish Poetry Library recording from St Cecelia’s Hall – tape 1: Sorley MacLean, 1991.
Norman MacCaig’s 80th Birthday Celebrations; and Hogmanay 1990 Reading by MacCaig. Private Scottish Poetry Library recording, 15 November 1991.
Eurocantica: section art vocal du Cercle Culturel des Communantes Europeenes a Luxembourg: musical director Dafydd Bullock [Sorley MacLean’s poem ‘Calbharaigh’ set to music by Ronald Stevenson] (Sain)
Twa leids: Scots Poetry intil Gaelic, Gaelic Poetry intil Scots, Scotsoun, Glasgow, 1994.
The Best of Scottish Poetry, Audio Book and Music Company, London, 1999.