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Concert Review - Monika Stadler Harpist
Concert review of Monika Stadler an Austrian harpist who has written and performed music inspired by Scotland.
Crannogs were ancient settlements with huge defensive potential that proliferated in Scotland long before the coming of Christianity.
David Livingstone - Doctor, Missionary, Explorer
Dr David Livingstone, born in 1813 in Lanarkshire, is perhaps best known as an explorer, yet he was also a medical doctor and a missionary. He spent much of his adult life in Africa, where he explored uncharted territories, discovering the Victoria Falls which he named after his Queen.
David Wilkie - Olympic Swimmer
David Wilkie, Scottish swimmer, won one gold and two silver Olympic medals. He set a trend for wearing both swimming cap and goggles during races, believing they helped streamline his motion in the water.
Do You Want To Live Alone?
Is our current way of living sustainable?
Dornoch Cathedral is an ancient building in a small town in the Scottish Highlands. Established by Bishop Gilbert in 1224, the building has experienced both riches and ruin.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was published in 1886 – a book so popular that the term Jekyll and Hyde became a way of describing a person who had sudden mood changes or many facets (not all pleasant) to their character.
Edinburgh Castle is one of Scotland's top tourist attractions. Situated at the top of the Royal Mile it has a long, tumultuous history.
Edinburgh For Free
Edinburgh has a lot of famous attractions you can pay for, such as the Royal Yacht Britannia and Edinburgh Castle. The city also hosts many places which are rich in culture and history which cost nothing. Find out about Edinburgh's numerous free attractions.
Eric Liddell - Olympic Runner
Eroc Liddell, one of Scotland's most outstanding sportsmen, was also a deeply religious man. Liddell gained gold and set a world record in the 400 metres at the 1924 Paris Olympics. His story was part of the inspiration for the film Chariots of Fire.
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