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My Scotland actress and comedian Leah MacRae shares the Scottish places she loves most
Check out eight of the very best events on offer around Scotland this July
Enjoy chat with Scots swimmer Duncan Scott as he prepares for the Tokyo Olympics
The Great Eight the history of the House of Dun, near Montrose, as told by eight interesting objects
Socialist Mary Barbour, who took on greedy landlords during the First World War is our A-Z of Great Scots
Enjoy the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival, both in-person and online
Jim Crumley explores the alders that line the riverbank of Glen Orchy
Wee Blether Kris Boyd, former footballer and founder of mental health charity, The Kris Boyd Charity
We profile eight other Scots taking part in the Olympic Games this summer
Discover some of Scotland’s top prehistoric sites
Scottish Bookshelf nine of the best new books in the fact and fiction to pick up this month
Read our exclusive interview with Scotland’s favourite weatherman, STV’s Seán Batty
Fiona Russell races against the clock on Arran, to Goatfell summit and back in three hours
Kenny MacAskill on Peter Fraser, New Zealand’s Scottish wartime leader
Polly Pullar considers Scotland’s declining wildflowers and grasslands
Idlewild frontman Roddy Woomble talks about his new solo album, Lo! Soul in Sound Of Scotland
Carina’s Kitchen a fond farewell as your star chef writes her final column
Head to Scotland’s south with a Focus On The Borders
Slàinte Mhath Euan Duguid visits the magical Fairytale Distillery in Ardelve
Take a bike ride into the past at Sinclair Bay, near Caithness
Scale Ben Nevis virtually – from anywhere in the world
Cameron McNeish explains why Scotland’s hills need national funding
Fiona Russell tackles the five Glen Etive Munros in eight hours
Plus our pick of the best…
The Great Gear Guide, Around Scotland events,
and reviews of the best hotels and restaurants
will keep you right this month.
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