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You Are What You Eat Cookbook - Book Review
Gillian McKeith's television series You Are What You Eat challenged people to look at their diet and use her principles of healthy eating to lose weight. Her cookbook includes recipies from smoothies to desserts which are healthy, low fat, low sugar and frequently gluten free.
William Wallace, Scottish nationalist, fought for his country and died for his cause.
Urquhart Castle, an impressive ruin on the banks of Loch Ness, has changed hands frequently during its lifetime. It is now managed by Historic Scotland and is one of Scotland’s most popular tourist attractions.
Ullapool and Loch Broom
Ullapool, a village on Scotland’s north west coast, lies on the shores of the sea loch Loch Broom. The area has a rich history, spectacular scenery and a thriving artistic community.
Theatre Review - The Tailor of Inverness
An inspirational one-man play about culture, war, truth and belonging.
The Writers Museum
The Writers Museum commemorates the work of three great Scottish writers - Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson. The collection includes objects as varied as the printing press the Waverley novels were produced on to a cast of Robert Burns' skull taken after his death.
The Warrior Trainer - Book Review
Review of the book The Warrior Trainer - winner of the American Title Contest - by Gerri Russell.
The Story Of Scotland - Book Review
The Story of Scotland by Nigel Tranter is an engaging Scottish history from an author whose legacy includes fact and fiction.
The Stone of Destiny
The Stone of Destiny, often known as the Stone of Scone, is the stone on which many early Scottish kings were crowned.
The Real Robionson Crusoe
Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, published in 1719, tells the story of a man shipwrecked on an island, forced to rely on his own resources for survival. Far less famous than the fictional character is the Scottish man who inspired Defoe’s story – Alexander Selkirk...
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