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Music and history combine in a new BBC Scotland series presented by Scottish musician, composer and broadcaster, ...

19/09/2017

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Staff at Bowhill House in Selkirk are predicting a surge in visitors at the historic house’s Victorian age ...

12/09/2017

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An ancient sycamore with connections to Mary Queen of Scots and a tree planted by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie ...

11/09/2017

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A new heritage centre at the site of the Braemar Gathering will tell the story of Highland Games throughout the ...

07/09/2017

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National Library of Scotland has announced that it has acquired a special edition of a book which was never meant ...

06/09/2017

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The team at History Scotland magazine were saddened to learn of the death of our Editor, Dr Alasdair Ross, on 26 ...

01/09/2017

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The opening of the Queensferry Crossing on 30 August 2017 has been given a historic twist with the discovery of a ...

29/08/2017

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In a new series of Grand Tours, starting on 4 September 2017, presenter Paul Murton sets out to explore Scotland's ...

24/08/2017

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A twenty-month project to record every artefact at each National Trust for Scotland property has been launched, as ...

18/08/2017

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Historic Environment Scotland (HES) has launched a consultation on its Gaelic Language Plan for 2018 to 2023, ...

16/08/2017

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Members of the public are being invited to choose the 101st historically significant object for the Edinburgh 101 ...

14/08/2017

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A violin has been created from the branch of a tree, to honour war poet Siegfried Sassoon, and commemorate his ...

07/08/2017

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