Nostalgia

Discover bygone Scotland with memories of days gone by and tales of the country's traditions and celebrations.

A new BBC Scotland documentary profiles the travel writing of Nan Shepherd, who explored the Cairngorms in the ...

26/11/2014

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Myra Pater recalls the fun of travelling around Scotland on MacBrayne's buses.

24/11/2014

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A memorial to boys of Aberlour Orphanage who gave their lives in World War One has been re-dedicated in a special ...

20/11/2014

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Mandy Hamilton and David Hawson, the brains behind the hugely popular Puffer Cookbook, share their thoughts on the ...

18/11/2014

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A special living history event at Edinburgh Castle commemorates the centenary of the outbreak of World War One.

17/10/2014

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A new exhibition at the Museum of Childhood in Edinburgh focuses on eighty years of films featuring, and made by, ...

16/10/2014

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Who was Scotland's ugliest woman? Where can you eat the world's latest Christmas lunch? And where is Britain's ...

13/10/2014

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Colin Black recalls the fun of family holidays in 1960s Fife.

08/10/2014

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Scottish Canals has welcomed a couple back to newly refurbished Bona Lighthouse, where they spent their honeymoon ...

30/09/2014

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Author and railway expert Keith Langston takes a look at the locomotive building industry and assesses the impact ...

25/09/2014

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Author David Ross explores the history of the North British Railway, Edinburgh’s own railway company.

22/09/2014

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Enjoy the music of Scottish folk singer Matt McGinn in our video nostalgia special.

11/09/2014

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