BRAVE’S ENDURING LEGACY

Brave - a success story for Scotland A report from VisitScotland suggests that this country is benefiting from a multi-million pound marketing campaign associated with...

Napier University honours Indian Poet

Napier University in Edinburgh has opened a special centre dedicated to the life and works of Rabindranath Tagore (right), the first ever Indian Nobel...

ROMANS INVADE FORT GEORGE

Fort George in Ardersier near Inverness was built in the aftermath of the 1745 rebellion. It was the mightiest artillery fortification in the whole...

Jinglin’ Geordie and the Cheapside Hoard

Just a sample of the Cheapside Hoard George Heriot, the founder of the eponymous school, was one of the court jewellers to King James VI...

THE SINGING BRAVEHEART

In the 'Roman de Fergus', the hero must travel to Dunnottar to retrieve a magic shield Scotland has a new hero. He’s called Fergus and...

Andrew Dixon Resigns as Chief Executive of Creative Scotland

This has been the Year of Creative Scotland. However, it’s been a year of trouble for the arts communities in Scotland. It has been...

PREVIOUSLY…SCOTLAND’S HISTORY FESTIVAL

Craiglockhart - where Sassoon met Owen in 1917 We're entering the second week of this year's History Festival. What makes this event special is the...

ENCHANTED FOREST – NOW IN ITS 12TH YEAR

The Enchanted Forest - an Award-Winning Event The Enchanted Forest in Perthshire is Scotland’s premier sound and light show. Launched last night, a select audience...

Gerald Laing, pioneer of Pop Art, 1936–2011

By Bill Heaney The artist Gerald Laing has died at his home, Kinkell Castle on the Black Isle, aged 75. Laing was best known for his...
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VIDEO: THE ENCHANTED FOREST

The Enchanted Forest is Scotland’s premier sound and light show. The award-winning event has been running since 2002 and this’s year’s programme opens to...