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Jim Crumley | A Day In The Life…

An insight into a typical day for nature writer Jim Crumley … I am walking the line between Highland and Lowland, a ridge to the south of the Trossachs’ mountain heart. […]

Culture

Jackie The Musical – On Tour

Look out your platforms, girls – Jackie The Musical is going on a UK tour, with Scottish performances in Dundee, Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and The King’s Theatre in Glasgow I […]

Culture

Christmas Q-Aye – Scottish Facts

Christmas is fast approaching, and in the spirit of the season we’ve given our Q-Aye facts sheet a wee festive twist Put yourself to the test with our collection of […]

Culture

The Missing Lynx

As the forests of Scotland revive, Jim Crumley reckons its about time a former resident deserves a billet I once sat and watched a pair of captive lynxes for half an […]

Culture

The Yule Beggar

Here’s an auld Scottish Christmas tale from the depths of our archives. It’s said to have originated around the late 1500s. IT was Christmas Eve. The shepherd of a flock in […]

Community

Black Bun Recipe

Black bun is a type of rich fruit cake completely covered with pastry. It was originally eaten on Twelfth Night in Scotland but is now more associated with Hogmanay. It’s also […]

Culture

Scots Stars Open Canned Laughter

Canned Laughter brings together the talents of master impressionist and Edinburgh’s annual panto dame Allan Stewart with comedy virtuoso Andy Gray and local hero Grant Stott. Written by Ed Curtis and Allan […]

Culture

Volunteers Required For Hinterland

On 18 March 2016, Hinterland will launch Scotland’s Festival of Architecture. This pioneering night-time public art event at St Peter’s seminary near Helensburgh is a key highlight of the Year […]

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