A priest has revealed how a pensioner's cheeky comment sparked the idea to play his accordian on Facebook for parishioners during lockdown.
Now Fr Chris Heenan's daily music sessions are attracting a range of requests - including polkas, waltzes and reels - from traditional Scottish music fans across the UK (continues below).
Fr Heenan, parish priest at St Margaret's in Dunfermline, said: "I started because I remembered I did a service in a nursing home and after it, I noticed a keyboard there for someone to play hymns...after the service I gave them a few Scottish tunes and this old lady looked at me and said, 'Son, you're better at that than you are at the other stuff!'
"So I thought 'there are plenty of spiritual reflections out there, let's try some music'. Music can take us away from our worries and cares and brings us joy and happiness."