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Irvine Welsh | Fringe-Spotting

  The Trainspotting author gives us a preview of the three shows he’s involved with on this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe   Most writers—certainly living writers—would be lucky to have their […]

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A Wee Blether with Eddie The Eagle

Britain’s first Olympic Ski Jumper has turned performer   Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards is famed for taking life in both hands and, quite literally, leaping into the great unknown! Having […]

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Tilda Swinton

An excerpt from our December issue’s interview with the Oscar-winning, convention-defying superstar   “I’ve actually done very few studio films, and when I do visit Hollywood, I feel like a […]

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Catching up with Ed Byrne

His show at the Edinburgh Fringe this month is part of Ed Byrne’s long term love affair with Scotland “I would love to live in Scotland,” he says, “but my […]

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The Irrepressible Craig Hill

The comedian and king of puns is back at the Fringe this year! Craig’s new show, Playing With My Selfie (double entendre entirely intended) runs August 6 – 30, at […]

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Eddi Reader | A Wandering Minstrel

Scottish songstress Eddi Reader talks to us about her musical influences, upbringing, and how it feels to be singing in Gaelic for the first time… Many musicians lead a nomadic existence […]

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Denise Mina’s Not-So-Dark-Side

The best-selling crime writer talks family, inspiration and branching out into graphic novels… “I’m a bit of a ghoul,” reveals Scottish crime writer Denise Mina, who, in her pretty summer […]

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Rory Bremner’s Scotland

According to Rory, one of the best things about living in the Borders is taking the afternoon train from London to Scotland. The TV star splits his time between family […]

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John Barrowman | Coming Home

Despite numerous work commitments on both sides of the Atlantic, the busy man has little problem finding the time to return to Scotland. The entertainer was born – and initially […]

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