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A new online resource on the popular political culture of Scotland in the 19th and early 20th centuries has been ...

16/02/2018

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In a new five-part Radio Scotland series, Billy Kay introduces us to the fascinating life of RB Cunninghame ...

15/02/2018

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The Museum of Childhood is to reopen on 3 March 2018, City of Edinburgh Council has announced, as rarely seen ...

12/02/2018

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Women academics at the University of St Andrews talk openly and honestly about the highs and lows they have ...

06/02/2018

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Discover the stories of women who made their mark on Scottish history – from the medieval era through to the ...

05/02/2018

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Visitors to some of Scotland's most popular historic attractions, including Stirling Castle, Glasgow Cathedral and ...

02/02/2018

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Speculation is growing as to which historic Scottish title will be granted to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on ...

30/01/2018

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A specially-designed dementia friendly ‘forget-me-not garden’ is to be planted in the grounds of Lauriston Castle ...

30/01/2018

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Archaeological evidence from an Egyptian excavation 200 miles east of the Libyan border has helped burst the ...

29/01/2018

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Three University of St Andrews academics have been granted Leverhulme Awards for research projects which include ...

22/01/2018

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Curators of the ‘Artist Textiles – Picasso to Warhol’ exhibition at New Lanark World Heritage Site have unveiled ...

22/01/2018

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Five Scottish sites have been shortlisted for the annual BBC Countryfile Awards, with voting open until 5 March ...

19/01/2018

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