THE BATTLE OF PINKIE CLEUGH

The River Esk today, looking up towards Roman Bridge September was not a good month to be a Scottish soldier in the 16th century. The...

A JAPANESE GARDEN IN SCOTLAND

The Japanese Garden at Cowden Castle The Japanese-style Garden at Cowden in Clackmannanshire, created in the early twentieth century, is among the few surviving sites...

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...

Two Fairs: Tranquil Traquair and the Wild Wickerman

Catherine Maxwell Stuart prepares for this year's Traquair Fair For those looking for an alternative way of spending this coming weekend, the South of Scotland...

DEESIDE HARVEST FOLK FESTIVAL

The Rich Landscape of the Finzean Estate The sun may be shining. The fields are gradually turning from green to gold. The soft fruits are...

NEW LEASE OF LIFE FOR “AULD SCOTS SANGS”

The Collection has its own YouTube Channel Some of the most acclaimed singers in Scotland have come together to perform songs from The Greig-Duncan Folk...

LEADING SCOTS FASHION DESIGNER IN VOGUE-BACKED FIRST

Crowd-funding is a buzz-phrase of the moment. People are using it to raise money for many different kinds of project, from novels to novelties,...

James Clerk Maxwell — A Birthday Tribute

James Clerk Maxwell Building at Edinburgh University His name doesn’t always come to mind when thinking of famous Scots; but James Clerk Maxwell FRS FRSE...

The Challenges of Publishing in Gaelic

Lews Castle College -- celebrating 60 years of Gaelic Education Publishing is a hard enough business. It's even harder when the potential audience is quite...

A Satire of the Three Estates

One Scotland's most iconic pieces of historic theatre, Sir David Lyndsay’s drama A Satire of the Three Estates, will be performed tomorrow and this...