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Cameron McNeish

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Scottish Wine Wizard of Oz

Australians are serious about their wine. Scots are pretty serious about Australian wine too, but as we’re warming a winter night with a Margaret River Merlot or enjoying a glass […]

Interviews

Midge Ure | Home Is Where The Heart Is

The breath-taking view from Midge Ure’s house, of the lush, green countryside and rolling hills surrounding Bath, couldn’t be further from the harsh tenement life on the outskirts of Glasgow […]

Interviews

Jackie Stewart | Flying Scotsman

Few people really deserve the title “legend”. But if anyone does, it’s three-times Formula One ace Sir Jackie Stewart. Moments like this don’t come along every day. To remind a […]

Outdoor Scotland

B is For Buachaille

They are not quite the Pollux and Castor of the Scottish hills. That Alpine sobriquet is probably more suited to Ben More and Stobinian further to the south. But gaze on […]

Interviews

Fred MacAulay | Creating His Own Luck

Golf-mad comedian Fred MacAulay was proud to be at Gleneagles last September when the 40th Ryder Cup teed off. This once-in-a-lifetime event was unmissable for the star. Not only that, […]

Outdoor Scotland

On the Pilgrims’ Trail

Scotland’s top outdoors writer Cameron McNeish takes the Pilgrims’ Trail from Iona to Portmahomack It might seem an obvious question, but what exactly is a pilgrimage? It’s been described as a […]

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