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Scottish sculptor Sir Eduardo Paolozzi was born on 7 March 1924 in Leith.

07/03/2019

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Scotland's first radio broadcast was made from the attic of a property in Glasgow's Bath Street on 6 March 1923. ...

06/03/2019

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The Maid of the Loch paddle steamer was launched on 5 March 1953.

05/03/2019

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Joanna Foat charts the history of the Lumberjills, the women who brought gender stereotypes crashing down in World ...

05/03/2019

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Portrait painter Sir Henry Raeburn was born on 4 March 1756.

04/03/2019

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In the first of a new series, Ann Galliard shares new research on the artistic life of Princess Louise ...

04/03/2019

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Renowned architect Robert Adam died on 3 March 1792. ...

03/03/2019

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King Robert II, the first monarch of the House of Stewart, was born on 2 March 1316.

02/03/2019

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Actor David Niven, famous for his role as Phileas Fogg in Around the World in Eighty Days, was born on 1 March ...

01/03/2019

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Genealogist Margaret Hubble tells the fascinating story of a court case in which a schoolmaster was called an 'old ...

01/03/2019

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Thomas Guthrie, one of the founders of the Ragged School movement for poor children, died on 28 February 1873.

28/02/2019

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Scottish mathematician John Arbuthnot died on 27 February 1735 at the age of 67.

27/02/2019

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