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Interviews August 13, 2015

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 […]

People August 13, 2015

Tom Weir | In Rob Roy Country

Tom Weir visited the reservoir that supplied Glasgow with 90,000,000 gallons of water a day in 1976, and opened a Wayfaring Course set in this area at the Queen Elizabeth […]

People August 6, 2015

Tom Weir | The Happy Glen

Exploring in the Grampians, Tom Weir went to meet the people who have chosen to live so remotely in the deceptively sleepy glens where disaster can easily befall the unprepared […]

People July 31, 2015

Tom Weir | A Noble Venture

Scottish Gaelic is a language in decline, but the Hebrides are still Gaelic strongholds, and in 1976, Tom Weir went to Skye to meet some of the people determined to […]

People July 27, 2015

The Oor Wullie of Comedy: Vladimir McTavish

Scotland’s best satirical stand-up, Vladimir McTavish, is gearing up for another box office success at the 2015 Fringe His blend of observational humour about the Scottish psyche mixed with up-to-the-minute […]

Interviews July 27, 2015

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 […]

Interviews July 24, 2015

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 […]

People July 23, 2015

Tom Weir | Bound For The Isles

IN a spacious cabin Tom Weir sat with a dram in his hand listening to Iain and Graham describing their voyage from the Isle of Canna… “Aye, it was just the […]

Authors July 17, 2015

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 […]

Interviews July 10, 2015

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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