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Visit the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Glasgow, as part of the Doors Open Days Festival. ...

28/08/2018

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A University of Dundee student has recreated the face of an indigenous Canary Islander, a culture thought to have ...

22/08/2018

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A play which explores the relationships between Mary Queen of Scots and reformer John Knox was one of the ...

20/08/2018

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The BBC's much-loved Beechgrove Garden Story will mark four decades of gardening advice and humour, with a special ...

17/08/2018

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Members of the public will be given access to a nuclear monitoring post for the first time since the end of the ...

16/08/2018

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A much-loved painting by the English artist L.S. Lowry is on display at Duff House in Banff, Aberdeenshire. ...

15/08/2018

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The 457th anniversary of Mary Queen of Scots returning from France to Leith will form part of the celebrations for ...

13/08/2018

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Connections between Icelandic explorer Leif Erikson, the first recorded European to reach North America, and the ...

13/08/2018

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A new hour-long documentary tells the story of Glasgow businessman Celia Sinclair, who rescued the Old Willow Tea ...

06/08/2018

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A one-day conference by Haddington’s History Society and E.L. Antiquarian and Field Naturalists’ Society - 15 ...

06/08/2018

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Visitors to Glencoe will experience a 'transformed' visitor centre if plans submitted to the Highland Council by ...

26/07/2018

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The first ever edition of the Beano, published in 1938, will be on display at National Library of Scotland on 28 ...

25/07/2018

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