CELEBRATE BURNS AT STIRLING CASTLE!

Public Information Feature Young visitors to Stirling Castle will be able to find out more about one of Scotland’s most famous poets later this...

All Our Stories – Heritage Lottery Fund invests to uncover Scotland’s colourful past

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced that 50 projects across Scotland have been chosen to receive grants to let local communities delve into...

The Legacy of the Findhorn Community – 50 years on

by Carin Bolles Happy birthday! … the Findhorn Foundation community at The Park celebrates 50 years as a force for positive change and pioneer of...

Video: Historic Scotland’s Junior Reporter

How do you persuade children that history is cool? Historic Scotland's answer was to run a competition to let one of them make their...

Sydney Opera House scanned as part of the Scottish Ten

Picture by Corey Leopold Creative Commons One of the world’s most iconic buildings is to be digitally recorded for future generations by a team from...

Gretna’s Wartime Past

Gretna Green may be best known for romance and weddings; but the nearby town of Gretna would not exist if it hadn’t been for...

Standing Stones at Police HQ Commemorate Battle of Bannockburn

The grounds of Central Scotland Police’s Headquarters are being surveyed this week by archaeologists from Stirling Council who believe that the land is of...

Bloody Scotland – Scotland’s First Crime Writing Festival

Scotland has provided a dramatic backdrop to many a murderous deed throughout history, a rich tapestry of intrigue, betrayal and death. Whether the...

The Cause: A History of Scottish Nationalism

“It could be said in the present day that Scottish patriotism is now more rampant than at any time since the Wars of Independence”...

Video: Dreg Songs of the Forth

Almost 100 ago, an American folklorist named James Madison Carpenter came to Scotland to record work songs and shanties from the fishing communities around...