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Recipes December 23, 2016

Slow-cooked Borders Beef

Fed up of turkey? This beef recipe makes a perfect alternative for special occasions   Ingliston Country Club, near Glasgow Airport, will cater for more than 200 people on 25 […]

Culture December 20, 2016

Tom Weir | West Highland Magic Part Five

Tom Weir’s feature on discovering a “passport to wonder” through the West Highland Railway line, republished from a 1960s issue of The Scots Magazine   Part One     Part Two Part Three  […]

Culture December 15, 2016

Speaking Scots | Fair Forfochan

Discover some of the more… descriptive Scots words for being completely exhausted!   It is possible, of course, to be tired out anywhere on this globe. All the same, one […]

Culture December 11, 2016

Tom Weir | West Highland Magic Part 4

Tom Weir’s feature on discovering a “passport to wonder” through the West Highland Railway line, republished from a 1960s issue of The Scots Magazine   Click here for part one Click here […]

Culture December 5, 2016

Tom Weir | West Highland Magic Part 3

Tom Weir’s feature on discovering a “passport to wonder” through the West Highland Railway line, republished from a 1960s issue of The Scots Magazine   Click here for part one Click here […]

Culture November 25, 2016

Tom Weir | West Highland Magic Part 2

Tom Weir’s feature on discovering a “passport to wonder” through the West Highland Railway line, republished from a 1960s issue of The Scots Magazine   Click here for part one   The […]

Culture November 22, 2016

Five Guys Named Moe Take Edinburgh By Storm!

From now until January 7, Five Guys Named Moe, which is based on jazz legend Louis Jordan’s greatest hits, is at Edinburgh’s Festival Square Theatre.   This exciting new production […]

Culture November 21, 2016

Scottish Ballet Gallery

In our December issue we carry a great interview with Jamie Reid, the reluctant ballet star, whose mum had to bribe him into lessons!   Our Dorothy went to see […]

Culture November 18, 2016

West Highland Magic Lives On

The West Highland Railway line has gone through many changes since it first connected Glasgow to Fort William in 1894, but for Tom Weir – and for our readers, too – […]

Culture November 18, 2016

Tom Weir | West Highland Magic

Tom Weir’s feature on discovering a “passport to wonder” through the West Highland Railway line, republished from a 1960s issue of The Scots Magazine   The West Highland Railway was 70 years […]

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