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Scotland Magazine Issue 95

Regional Focus: Firth of Clyde, Ayrshire coastal path, Exlusive interview: Ruth Connell, Shipbuilding on the Clyde, Clan MacAulay

 

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Articles from History

A bloody end to an uprising
Culloden stands out as a defining moment in Scottish history. James Irvine Robertson looks back

January 2004, Issue 12, page 20

A call to arms
Heraldry was the way you identified yourself in battle. James Irvine Robertson looks at its significance

April 2005, Issue 20, page 20

A cash crop
A look at the history of kelp

February 2014, Issue 73, page 14

A curious tale
Heidi Soholt looks at an elaborate joke that has persisted the test of time.

December 2009, Issue 48, page 22

A history pursued religiously
Unsurprisingly for a country where religion has meant so much, Scotland has some stunning churches. David Gordan visits some of them

July 2004, Issue 15, page 20

A lament for Killicrankie
It was one of Scotland's bloodiest conflicts but Killicrankie is often forgotten today. James Irvine Robertson reports

February 2006, Issue 25, page 20

A Man in his Element
James Irvine Robertson looks at Scotland's Nelson.

August 2011, Issue 58, page 14

A serious and thoughtful monarch
James, son of Mary, Queen of Scots was the first monarch to rule both Scotland and England. And he didn't do a bad job. James Irvine Robertson reports.

April 2008, Issue 38, page 38

A stitch in time
The story behind Scotland's great tapestry

December 2013, Issue 72, page 36

A tale of two kingdoms
James Irvine Robertson delves deep in to history to explain the fundamental cultural divisions of Scotland

August 2005, Issue 22, page 20

A Victorian playground
In the middle of the 19th century, Edinburgh residents made way for The Royal Patent Gymnasium, an eccentric recreational resort. Jack Gillon takes us back.

August 2009, Issue 46, page 50

Battlefields and beauty spots
David Gordan highlights some of Scotland's most famous battle sites

September 2004, Issue 16, page 28

Border patrol
Mark Nicholls looks at the King's Own Scottish Borderers and its heartland where Scotland and England meet

August 2005, Issue 22, page 62

Brewing Legends
Charles Douglas looks at the history of Tennent's Wellpark Brewery

February 2013, Issue 67, page 55

Bridging the gap
The history behind the Forth Road bridge

April 2014, Issue 74, page 36

Buildings in the sand
Take a trip into Scotland's Neolithic past with one of Orkney's top visitor attractions

October 2013, Issue 71, page 64

Capital's military connection
In the final part of our series on Scotland's army regiments, Mark Nicholls looks at the Edinburgh-based Royal Scots, the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards and the role of the Scots Guards

January 2006, Issue 24, page 62

Celebrating the Bard
James Carney visits the recently opened shrine to Scotland's most famous son

June 2011, Issue 57, page 68

Changing of the guards for the Scottish regiments
Scotland's historic infantry regiments are to undergo a major re-organisation. As part of our ongoing series looking at Scotland's regiments, Mark Nicholls examines the proposal and its impact on thei...

March 2005, Issue 19, page 62

Christian Shaw and the witches
James Irvine Robertson brings to light the story of a little girl and Scotland's very own witch trials

June 2008, Issue 39, page 38

Citizen Jaffray
James Irvine Robertson tells the tale of a key figure in Scotland's medical history

October 2017, Issue 95, page 48

Coming of Age
James Irvine Robertson looks at the turning points in Scottish and English relationships

June 2011, Issue 57, page 14

Duke of Cumberland and the ‘45
James Irvine Robertson looks at the legacy of ‘Butcher' Cumberland and the Rising of 1745.

December 2008, Issue 42, page 38

Dumfries & Galloway
Broadcaster and writer Fiona Armstrong, who lives and works on the English border, takes a look at the fascination of this unspoiled and magnificent part of the country

June 2002, Issue 2, page 46

Dundee's Amazing Discovery
John Hannavy explores Captain Scott's famous steamship, now celebrating 25 years back in Dundee

April 2011, Issue 56, page 60

Edinburgh's great beast
Rioting in 18th century Edinburgh was once a common occurence. James Irvine Robertson looks at why.

August 2009, Issue 46, page 43

Edward's Defeat
James Irvine Robertson recounts the failed 1314 campaign of Edward II

August 2016, Issue 88, page 48

Family matters
We look at the colourful world of heraldry.

December 2009, Issue 48, page 38

Famous across the world
In our continuing series on the great Scottish regiments, Mark Nicholls looks at the origins of the Black Watch and the part of Scotland it calls its own

April 2005, Issue 20, page 56

Frying tonight
James Carron meets the man who brought chips to Scotland.

February 2010, Issue 49, page 68

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July 2003, Issue 9, page 74

Highlands and lowlifes
The widespread eviction of tenant crofters in the Scottish highlands in the late 18th and 19th centuries transformed the landscape. James Irvine Robertson examines the consequences

July 2002, Issue 3, page 36

Holding the line
We look at the battle of Dunkeld.

October 2009, Issue 47, page 38

In search of the Empress
Heidi Scholt investigates the case of Helen Gloag.

April 2010, Issue 50, page 56

Into The Murky Waters
Emma Inglis takes us into a world of wrecks, battleships and treasure

October 2012, Issue 65, page 36

Islands of lost souls
Scotland has numerous islands. Some of them are inhabited, others are deserted. More than 80 of them used to have inhabitants, but the locals left for several different reasons. Marieke McBean investi...

August 2007, Issue 34, page 60

James II
James Irvine Robertson looks at the life of James II and his struggle to keep his crown.

February 2009, Issue 43, page 38

Jute City
Scotland's fourth city was built largely on the Jute industry, a natural fibre also known as hessian or burlap. Gavin D Smith reports.

April 2008, Issue 38, page 68

Layers of society
James Irvine Robertson looks at how society was ordered

December 2013, Issue 72, page 14

Leith's Templars
We investigate Scotland's Templars and their association with Leith.

October 2009, Issue 47, page 22

Life in a country house
Charles Douglas visits Pollok House, a Georgian mansion at the heart of a Glasgow country park.

February 2009, Issue 43, page 14

Lord George and the last siege in Britain
James Irvine Robertson looks at one of Scotland's greatest military leaders

April 2007, Issue 32, page 38

Many strings to their bows
Scots grandees have a number of ceremonial roles based on history. One of the most prestigious is based around its pursuit of fine archery. James Irvine Robertson reports

October 2005, Issue 23, page 20

Mary Queen of Scots
MARY STEWART WAS BORN INTO CONFLICT AND DIED AS A TRAGIC RESULT OF IT. JAMES IRVINE-ROBERTSON ON ONE OF SCOTLAND'S BEST-KNOWN MONARCHS

February 2003, Issue 6, page 30

Meet the Romans
Ian R Mitchell looks at where you can find traces of the Roman invasions of Caledonia, the only territory their legions failed to conquer

December 2006, Issue 30, page 24

Monarchs of the Glen
The British monarchy is whee it isbecause of its Scottish roots. A look back in time by Charles Douglas

July 2002, Issue 3, page 28

Murder most horrid
The Appin Murder still resonates more than 250 years after it happened. James Irvine Robertson explains why

July 2005, Issue 21, page 20

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May 2003, Issue 8, page 74

No compromise
James Irvine Robertson on the struggles of the Covenanters

November 2004, Issue 17, page 24

On the hunt for history
Many of Scotland's historical sites are worth a visit, but what if you had to pick a select few? David Gordon tries to do just that

May 2004, Issue 14, page 32

On the war path
Sally Toms picks out a few places to visit in connection with World War II

February 2007, Issue 31, page 58

One of our greatest 'whodunnits'
James Irvine Robertson looks at the strange case of Lord Darnley - King Henry - who was a victim of political intrigue and murder

May 2004, Issue 14, page 20

Opportunity Knox
JAMES IRVINE-ROBERTSON LOOKS AT HOW THE REFORMATION TOOK SHAPE IN SCOTLAND

September 2003, Issue 10, page 20

Outlander Uncovered: Fife
Christopher Coates visits the Fife filming locations of the hit TV series Outlander

April 2016, Issue 86, page 10

Packmen
James Irvine Robertson follows in the footsteps of Scotland's unique brand of travellers

June 2014, Issue 75, page 14

Pirates of the Atlantic
Scotland's a long way from the Caribbean glamour of Jack Sparrow and crew. But as Dominic Roskrow reports, it's still well and truly on the pirate map.

December 2007, Issue 36, page 22

Portrait of an artist
Meet the man who painted the nation

October 2013, Issue 71, page 14

Power struggles
A look at the Battle of Largs

April 2014, Issue 74, page 18

Return of the Disinherited
James Irvine Robertson looks at events after the Bruce's death

February 2011, Issue 55, page 14

Riverside Revolution
Keith Fergus visits the new home of Glasgow's transport museum.

August 2011, Issue 58, page 42

Roman holiday
James Irvine Robertson asks the searching question: 'What have the Romans ever done for us?'

March 2002, Issue 1, page 38

Ruling the Waves
Simon Whaley looks at the history of this magnificent Clyde-built ship

February 2011, Issue 55, page 52

Sacred Scotland
There are numerous spiritual sites around Scotland, both ancient and modern. Liz Pickering looks at their significance.

October 2008, Issue 41, page 42

Saints & Sinners
Liz Pickering looks at some of the more colourful characters in Scottish history.

April 2010, Issue 50, page 42

Scotland's Shortcuts
John Hannavy tells the story of the country's canals

June 2011, Issue 57, page 60

Scotland's very own gold rush
Nick Todd reveals the history of Scotland's gold, and where to find it today.

December 2007, Issue 36, page 42

Seeds of the nation
James Irvine-Robertson wades into the ‘exceedingly murky' history of the pictish peoples, direct predecessors of the men and women who united scotland as a nation

September 2002, Issue 4, page 34

Set for the history books
In the latest in our series on the Scottish regiments, Mark Nicholls looks at the Royal Highland Fusiliers and Glasgow, the vibrant city where it still recruits many of its soldiers

October 2005, Issue 23, page 65

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July 2003, Issue 9, page 20

Shirtsleeves to Shirtsleeves
James Irvine Robertson reflects on the rise and fall of great dynasties

February 2015, Issue 79, page 18

Shrouded in mystery and farce...
The Gowrie Conspiracy is one of the stranger incidents in Scottish history. James Irvine Robertson tries to make sense of the event, which happened more than 400 years ago

September 2004, Issue 16, page 20

Sinclair's snapshot of a nation
James Irvine Robertson on Sir John Sinclair and The Statistical Account of Scotland

January 2005, Issue 18, page 20

Smuggling
It's been called the national vice of Scotland, and smuggling is ingrained in the country's history. Dominic Roskrow seeks out some smuggling hotspots

April 2007, Issue 32, page 68

Soldiers made of Stirling stuff
The Scottish army regiments have a long and distinguished history. Mark Nicholls looks at the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and the diverse attractions that lie in the regiment's traditional recru...

November 2004, Issue 17, page 56

State and Nationhood
James Irvine Robertson looks at the Act of Settlement 1701

December 2011, Issue 60, page 16

Strange burials
Hamish Brown describes how gravestones can indicate the strange, macabre and even amusing in their inscriptions.

December 2013, Issue 72, page 32

Ten Years Gone
A brief history of the Cairngorms

April 2014, Issue 74, page 34

That brawling, boisterous Scottish wench
Annette Harrower-Gray looks at the amazing tale of Black Agnes, Countess of Moray.

February 2009, Issue 43, page 21

The Act of Union
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the union between Scotland and England. Paul Riddell looks at where events unfolded

June 2007, Issue 33, page 42

The Battle of Boroughmuir
James Irvine Robertson recalls an all but forgotten skirmish from the 14th Century

December 2015, Issue 84, page 31

The Battle of Kringen
James Irvine Robertson tells of a brutal massacre of Scots in Norway

September 2017, Issue 94, page 48

The battle of Stirling Bridge
James Irvine Robertson describes the battle of Stirling Bridge and Wallace's legendary defeat over the English

August 2007, Issue 34, page 38

The battle that defined a nation
The 700 year old story of Bannockburn

April 2014, Issue 74, page 46

The Darien disaster
James Irvine Robertson looks at one of the worst misjudgements in Scotland's commercial and economic history

July 2004, Issue 15, page 24

The devil and the deep blue sea
Gavin D Smith explores Scotland's long association with the sea

June 2007, Issue 33, page 24

The Douglas Cause
James Irvine Robertson investigates a nation-gripping court case.

April 2010, Issue 50, page 38

The Earls of Argyll
James Irvine Robertson looks at the dramatic history of the noble Campbells

November 2007, Issue 35, page 38

The Family Business
Gavin D. Smith looks at the rags to riches history of James Matheson

June 2011, Issue 57, page 36

The first Highland charge
This issue, James Irvine Robertson looks at the bloody history that surrounds Sir David Lindsay, 1st Earl of Crawford, and the battle at Glasclune

June 2007, Issue 33, page 38

The Flitting Time
James Irvine Robertson looks at the history of moving cattle

October 2012, Issue 65, page 14

The forgotten Scottish composer
John Fitzgerald investigates the life and works of Thomas Alexander Erskine

September 2017, Issue 94, page 64

The Four Marys
James Irvine Robertson looks at the tale of Mary, Queen of Scots ladies in waiting

June 2012, Issue 63, page 14

The Glen Shiel Rising
James Irvine Robertson recounts a tale of rebellion

April 2017, Issue 92, page 46

The great departure
During the 18th century, thousands of Scots left their homeland for a new life in America. James Irvine Robertson finds out why.

December 2007, Issue 36, page 38

The greatest fraud of all?
James Irvine Robertsonon the strange but highly lucrative case of James Macpherson

June 2006, Issue 27, page 20

The Highland Host
James Irvine Robertson looks at a nasty period in rebellion suppression.

February 2010, Issue 49, page 38

The Lady of Lawers
James Irvine Robertson on a prophet with a pretty good track record

April 2006, Issue 26, page 20

The Lay of the Land
James Irvine Robertson addresses the repeated battlefield mistakes of the Scots Wars of Independence

April 2016, Issue 86, page 49

The life of King James IV
This issue, James Irvine Robertson looks at the history of James IV, the man responsible for the creation of the Kingdom of Scotland

February 2007, Issue 31, page 38

The Lyon King
Robin Blair, controversial new Lord Lyon King of Arms talks to Scotland Magazine. Words and pictures by James Carney

July 2002, Issue 3, page 56

The Mannie on the Hill
David McVey looks at the history of the statue to George Granville Leveson- Gower, Marquis of Stafford and first Duke of Sutherland

April 2012, Issue 62, page 48

The Massacre of Glencoe
MUCH HAS BEEN WRITTEN AND SAID ABOUT GLENCOE BUT WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED? JAMES IRVINE ROBERTSON TRIES TO CUT THROUGH THE MYTHS

November 2003, Issue 11, page 20

The most famous Fillan
There have been 16 Saint Fillans. James Irvine Robertson recalls the eighth century one

January 2006, Issue 24, page 20

The murder of King James 1
James Irvine Robertson looks at the untimely death of a Stewart king.

October 2008, Issue 41, page 38

The Patriot
NEIL GUNN EXAMINES THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ANDREW FLETCHER, WHO FOUGHT FOR SCOTTISH DEMOCRACY AND INDEPENDENCE

March 2003, Issue 7, page 36

The Poet Chief
James Irvine Robertson looks at the colourful history of Alexander Robertson

October 2011, Issue 59, page 16

The Potato Blight
James Irvine Robertson looks at the history of the potato in Scotland

August 2012, Issue 64, page 14

The Rough Wooing
James Irvine Robertson delves into the history of a rough royal courtship.

August 2008, Issue 40, page 39

The seeds of revolution
James Irvine Robertson looks at the events that build the second war of independence

December 2010, Issue 54, page 68

The Soldier on the bottle
John Hannavy looks at the story of 'Fighting Mac'

February 2015, Issue 79, page 56

The Spirits of Discovery
All aboard with the ghost club to explore Scott's famous ship

February 2014, Issue 73, page 50

The Stone of Destiny
James Irvine Robertson turns his attention to the most contested artefact in Scottish history.

March 2008, Issue 37, page 40

The stronghold of the fairies - Schiehallion
James Irvine Robertson looks at the history of Schiehallion

June 2013, Issue 69, page 14

The Tale of Trews
James Irvine Robertson looks at the development from kilts to trews

April 2011, Issue 56, page 14

The Titans of the Clyde
Keith Fergus seeks out the behemoths of Glasgow's industrial past

June 2016, Issue 87, page 34

The Ulster Scots
James Irvine Robertson considers the Scots that emigrated to Ireland, and from there the United States.

June 2009, Issue 45, page 38

The uncrowned King of Scotland
James Irvine Robertson tells the story of Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville

June 2017, Issue 93, page 48

The wild world of the original cowboys
Cattle droving was a core part of Highland life and drovers lived a tough and hardy lifestyle. James Irvine Robertson reports

March 2005, Issue 19, page 20

The Wolf of Badenoch
James Irvine Robertson looks at the life and times of the Earl of Buchan

February 2012, Issue 61, page 14

Those who lay beneath us
You don't normally associate mummies – the wrapped up kind – with Scotland. But the ones at Cladh Hallan are worth investigating

July 2005, Issue 21, page 28

Totally torn in two
The 'disruption' saw Scotland's Kirk split for more than 85 years. James Irvine Robertson explains why it happened.

March 2004, Issue 13, page 20

Tough, loyal and proud
In the second in our series looking at Scotland's army regiments, we focus on The Highlanders, the proud descendants of five famous Scottish fighting units. As Mark Nicholls discovered, they recruit o...

January 2005, Issue 18, page 44

Tragedy at sea
The sinking of the HM Iolaire in 1919 was the worst peacetime disaster in British history. James Irvine Robertson looks at what happened on that fateful day.

April 2009, Issue 44, page 39

Under the great dictator
This issue James Irvine Robertson looks at a dark chapter of Scotland's history

October 2006, Issue 29, page 20

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May 2003, Issue 8, page 24

Walking with witches
Annette Harrower-Grey leads us on a historic tour of the Fife coast, setting for some dramatic events in the 17th and 18th centuries.

April 2009, Issue 44, page 68

War of Independence
JAMES IRVINE-ROBERTSON LOOKS AT THE WARS OF INDEPENDENCE WHICH FINALLY SAW AN END TO THREATS ON SCOTLAND'S NATIONHOOD

November 2002, Issue 5, page 30

Wartime romance
Heidi Soholt investigates an attraction across barbed wire fences.

August 2010, Issue 52, page 62

We Also Served
John Hannavy tells of Constance Masterton's secret war

June 2016, Issue 87, page 40

Wealth and Influence
James Irvine Robertson tracks the history of Cambuskenneth Abbey

June 2016, Issue 87, page 46

Weaving the Fabric of Scotland's Past
Christopher Coates visits the Knockando Woolmill in Moray

June 2016, Issue 87, page 50

What Flora did next
Whatever happened to Flora Macdonald, the woman who helped Bonnie Prince Charlie to escape from the British? Jackie Cosh reports

August 2005, Issue 22, page 48

What the seer saw
James Irvine Robertson looks at the belief in second sight.

August 2010, Issue 52, page 38

When the saints came marching in
Gilly Pickup looks at a few places connected with Scotland's saints

April 2007, Issue 32, page 54

When zeppelins rained terror
In 1916 zeppelin airships appeared in the sky above Edinburgh and began an air raid that the city was not prepare for. Gordon Casely reports.

June 2009, Issue 45, page 34

Wild Celts from the North
Pictish influence can be felt all over the north and east of Scotland. But who were they? Roger McCann reports

January 2005, Issue 18, page 24

Written in the blood (Auld Alliance)
The Auld Alliance was an ancient series of treaties that allied Scotland and France against their mutual enemy. James Irvine Robertson reports

December 2006, Issue 30, page 42

Your sweetheart Charlie
Heidi Soholt reports on the mystery of a First World War sweetheart

June 2013, Issue 69, page 58

Scotland Magazine Issue 95

Scotland Magazine Issue 95
Regional Focus: Firth of Clyde, Ayrshire coastal path, Exlusive interview: Ruth Connell, Shipbuilding on the Clyde, Clan MacAulay.

Published October 2017.

Scotland Magazine Issue 94

Scotland Magazine Issue 94
Regional focus: Outer Hebrides; A fiddle player for all seasons (Ryan Young); North Coast 500; The forgotten Scottish composer; The Battle of Kringen..

Published September 2017.

Scotland Magazine Issue 93

Scotland Magazine Issue 93
In search of Atlantic oakwoods, the benefits of birdwatching and a history of Harry the Ninth.

Published June 2017.

Scotland Magazine Issue 92

Scotland Magazine Issue 92
We explore the Armadale Castle, the stronghold of Clan Donald and reveal the winners of this year's Scottish Hotel Awards.

Published April 2017.

Scotland Magazine Issue 88

Scotland Magazine Issue 88
Regional Focus - Stirling and the Trossachs; Scotland's railway workhorses; the restless River Spey; Gargunnock House; the Borders Railway; Blair Castle International Horse Trials; the Queen's Sculptor in Ordinary for Scotland; and much more! .

Published August 2016.

Scotland Magazine Issue 87

Scotland Magazine Issue 87
Ross and Cromarty, Eilean Donan Castle, The voice of Scotland, Glasgow's titan cranes, Shetland's Gin, The Highland Folk Museum, Clan Crichton, Cambuskenneth Abbey, Knockando Woolmill, Scots Codebreakers of WWII..

Published June 2016.

Scotland Magazine Issue 86

Scotland Magazine Issue 86
The Kingdom of Fife, Dolphin watching in the Moray Firth, an ancient abbey on Bute, Speyside whisky and The Highland Chocolatier..

Published April 2016.

Scotland Magazine Issue 84

Scotland Magazine Issue 84
Best of Argyll, Alexander McCall Smith, Battle of Boroughmuir, Clan Fletcher, Harris & Lewis.

Published December 2015.

Scotland Magazine Issue 79

Scotland Magazine Issue 79
Caithness and Sutherland, Boswell and Johnson, Rough Magic, 10 Best Historic Sites.

Published February 2015.

Scotland Magazine Issue 75

Scotland Magazine Issue 75
Kinross and Perthshire, The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Melville Castle, 10 Best Cathedrals.

Published June 2014.

Scotland Magazine Issue 74

Scotland Magazine Issue 74
Forth Road Bridge, Battle of Bannockburn, Balmoral Castle, Angus & Dundee, 10 Best Battlefields.

Published April 2014.

Scotland Magazine Issue 73

Scotland Magazine Issue 73
Borders, Dumfries and Galloway, The spirits of Discovery, 10 Best Nature Reserves and Homecoming 2014 events planner.

Published February 2014.

Scotland Magazine Issue 72

Scotland Magazine Issue 72
Aberdeen and the Grampians, The Wealth of the Nation, 48 hours in Edinburgh, Scotland's railway heritage.

Published December 2013.

Scotland Magazine Issue 71

Scotland Magazine Issue 71
Inverness and the Highlands, 48 hours in Perth, Scottish music, Scotland's mining heritage.

Published October 2013.

Scotland Magazine Issue 69

Scotland Magazine Issue 69
Perthshire and Kinross, The Water of Life, Chasing the silver darlings, Crossing the border.

Published June 2013.

Scotland Magazine Issue 67

Scotland Magazine Issue 67
Loch Lomond & the Trossachs | Events Planner | 10 best stately homes.

Published February 2013.

Scotland Magazine Issue 65

Scotland Magazine Issue 65
Dunnottar Castle inspires Disney's 'Brave' , Angus & Dundee, 48 Hours in Perth.

Published October 2012.

Scotland Magazine Issue 64

Scotland Magazine Issue 64
Photo Challenge 2012 Winners, Orkney & Shetland, 48 Hours in Edinburgh.

Published August 2012.

Scotland Magazine Issue 63

Scotland Magazine Issue 63
Kilchurn Castle, Glasgow & the Clyde Valley, 48 hours in Aberdeen.

Published June 2012.

Scotland Magazine Issue 62

Scotland Magazine Issue 62
Diamond Jubilee Special - Edinburgh & The Lothians - 48 hours in Glasgow.

Published April 2012.

Scotland Magazine Issue 61

Scotland Magazine Issue 61
2012 events calendar - The Hebrides - Fasque House - 10 best Scottish lighthouses and much more....

Published February 2012.

Scotland Magazine Issue 60

Scotland Magazine Issue 60
Neidpath Castle - Aberdeen & The Grampians - 24 hours in Inverness and much more....

Published December 2011.

Scotland Magazine Issue 59

Scotland Magazine Issue 59
Brodie Castle - 24 Hours in Stirling - Leuchie House - 10 abbeys to visit and much, much more....

Published October 2011.

Scotland Magazine Issue 58

Scotland Magazine Issue 58
Perth & Kinross special - Colstoun House - The Royal Scotsman and much more....

Published August 2011.

Scotland Magazine Issue 57

Scotland Magazine Issue 57
Dundee & Fife - 10 best castle to visit - 24 hours in Edinburgh and much more...!!.

Published June 2011.

Scotland Magazine Issue 56

Scotland Magazine Issue 56
Dundas Castle - Photo Challenge 2010 - Ayrshire & Arran and much more....

Published April 2011.

Scotland Magazine Issue 55

Scotland Magazine Issue 55
Loch Lomond & the Trossachs - Scotland travel guide - Events planner 2011 and much more....

Published February 2011.

Scotland Magazine Issue 54

Scotland Magazine Issue 54
The Borders, Dumfries & Galloway - Gardens of delight - Daniel Defoe and much more....

Published December 2010.

Scotland Magazine Issue 52

Scotland Magazine Issue 52
10 Best Castles - Orkney & Shetland - 24 hours in Inverness - Scotland Magazine Photo Challenge and much more.....

Published August 2010.

Scotland Magazine Issue 50

Scotland Magazine Issue 50
50th Anniversary - Spirit Guide to St. Andrews - 10 Best Walks - Edinburgh & The Lothians - Artist Jolomo and much more....

Published April 2010.

Scotland Magazine Issue 49

Scotland Magazine Issue 49
10 Best Lochs - Edinburgh Castle - Events Calendar - Magic of the Moor - Painting - Aberdeen and Grampian and much more....

Published February 2010.

Scotland Magazine Issue 48

Scotland Magazine Issue 48
The Clyde Valley - 10 Best Easy Walks - Journeys Blend - Discovering Scotland - Broughton House - Comfort House and much more....

Published December 2009.

Scotland Magazine Issue 47

Scotland Magazine Issue 47
The Highlands Inverness - the Black Isle - and beyond - 10 Best Winter Walks - Ancient ways - Journey's Blend - Celebrity recipes - Blended Whisky and much more....

Published October 2009.

Scotland Magazine Issue 46

Scotland Magazine Issue 46
Edinburgh Castle - Whisky - Autumn Walks - Dundee & Fife- Clan Ross - Mary Slessor - Kellie Castle & much, much more....

Published August 2009.

Scotland Magazine Issue 45

Scotland Magazine Issue 45
Perthshire - The Ulster Scots - Clan Macfarlane Orkney - House of the Binns - Zeppelins and much more....

Published June 2009.

Scotland Magazine Issue 44

Scotland Magazine Issue 44
Loch Ness - Scottish Hotel Awards 2009 - Dumfries House - Stirling Castle - Loch Lomond & The Trossachs - 10 Best Traditional Scottish Pubs and much more....

Published April 2009.

Scotland Magazine Issue 43

Scotland Magazine Issue 43
Ayrshire & Arran - Events Calendar - James II - Clan Gunn - Pollock House - Haunted Orkney & much much....

Published February 2009.

Scotland Magazine Issue 42

Scotland Magazine Issue 42
Victorian Heritage Trail - Clan Macneil - The Borders - Drum Castle - Haunted Glamis & much more....

Published December 2008.

Scotland Magazine Issue 41

Scotland Magazine Issue 41
10 Best Gardens - Whisky Special - Mary King's Close - Skye & the Western Isles - The life of a lighthouse keeper and much more....

Published October 2008.

Scotland Magazine Issue 40

Scotland Magazine Issue 40
Orkney and Shetland - The merchants and their city - Ghosts of Glencoe - 10 Best museums - The Rough Wooing - Whisky Special and much more....

Published August 2008.

Scotland Magazine Issue 39

Scotland Magazine Issue 39
10 Festivals not to miss - Edinburgh - Scottish Weddings - Golf Special - Traditional Ways - The last outlaw - Scotlands own Salem .. and much more.

Published June 2008.

Scotland Magazine Issue 38

Scotland Magazine Issue 38
Free Travel Guide - 13 Castles in Aberdeenshire - 10 Best Beaches - Haunted St Andrews - Glasgow, what to do - Jute City and much more....

Published April 2008.

Scotland Magazine Issue 37

Scotland Magazine Issue 37
Top 10 must see attractions - Northern Highlands - Self Catering Holidays - Iron Age Brochs and much more.....

Published March 2008.

Scotland Magazine Issue 36

Scotland Magazine Issue 36
Perth and Kinross - 50 Things you didn't know about Scotland - Cawdor Castle - Gold Fever - Scottish Churches - and much more....

Published December 2007.

Scotland Magazine Issue 35

Scotland Magazine Issue 35
10 Castles for hire - Secret Walks - Historic seaside landmarks - Earls of Argyll - Five of the best artist holidays - Aberdeen and Grampian - Winter Hotels - Tall Ships.

Published November 2007.

Scotland Magazine Issue 34

Scotland Magazine Issue 34
Striling, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs - Edinburgh's high spots - Discovering malt whisky - 10 Best Hotels - Border Raiders - Brodick Castle - Abandoned Islands.

Published August 2007.

Scotland Magazine Issue 33

Scotland Magazine Issue 33
Castle of Mey - Royal Scottish Retreat - Ghillie Brown - The first Highland charge - Scottish Photography - Edinburgh Tattoo - Fishing for history - National Gallery - Act of Union.

Published June 2007.

Scotland Magazine Issue 32

Scotland Magazine Issue 32
Icons of Scotland - Smuggling - The real Macbeth - Ayrshire & Arran - Caithness - Kelburn Castle - Aberdeen galleries - Bagpipes - Clan Macpherson.

Published April 2007.

Scotland Magazine Issue 31

Scotland Magazine Issue 31
Argyll & Bute - Where to go and what to see - King James IV - On the war path - World War II - Genealogy - Spooky Edinbugh - Bonnie Prince Charlie - Falkland Palace - Broughton Gallery - Highland Games - Clan MacKay.

Published February 2007.

Scotland Magazine Issue 30

Scotland Magazine Issue 30
Edinburgh - out and about in Scotland's capital - Meet the Romans - Mary Queen of Scots - Crathes Castle - Auld Friends - Hebridean island of Tiree - Soup recipes - The Cairngorms.

Published December 2006.

Scotland Magazine Issue 29

Scotland Magazine Issue 29
The great outdoors - 14 Fun days out - Mail order Scotland - Skye and the Western Isles - Rob Roy - Lowland and Island whisky - Ballindalloch Castle - Clan MacLean.

Published October 2006.

Scotland Magazine Issue 27

Scotland Magazine Issue 27
Kelvingrove art gallery - Caithness, Sutherland and Ross-shire, Explore Scotland by bike and train - Best Scottish beaches - Waterfalls - Best bookshops.

Published June 2006.

Scotland Magazine Issue 26

Scotland Magazine Issue 26
Glorious Glasgow - Bath time - Mountain biking - Golf and whisky hotels - Kinloch - Shinty - Ben Nevis - Jam - Scottish Beer.

Published April 2006.

Scotland Magazine Issue 25

Scotland Magazine Issue 25
Going out for the summer - In search of seafood - Get on your bike - Orkney and Shetlands - Rodel Church - Loch Torridon - Robert the Bruce.

Published February 2006.

Scotland Magazine Issue 24

Scotland Magazine Issue 24
Perthshire - New tourist attractions - Edinburgh in words - Shetland's burning - Arbroath smokies - Iona - Travel to and around Scotland.

Published January 2006.

Scotland Magazine Issue 23

Scotland Magazine Issue 23
Island Life - Scotland's finest whisky islands - A royal county - Aberdeenshire - Top 10 Romantic destinations - Scotland in Bloom - Hebridean Princess - Shortbread recipes - Solway - Bagpipes.

Published October 2005.

Scotland Magazine Issue 22

Scotland Magazine Issue 22
Glamis Castle - Hogmanay castles - Out in the country - Dundee and Fife - Country Houses - The Caledonian Hotel - Whisky regions - New Lanark.

Published August 2005.

Scotland Magazine Issue 21

Scotland Magazine Issue 21
Undiscovered Ayrshire - Out and about in Burns country - Underwater world - Top dives in Scottish waters - Jewels in the Firth - The eating revolution - Clan MacLeod - Funky fashion - Walking in Scott country - Best city hotels..

Published July 2005.

Scotland Magazine Issue 20

Scotland Magazine Issue 20
Heart of Scotland - Stirling, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs - Top tourist sites - Scottish Music - Icons of Scotland 05 - Island Hotels - Scottish cheeses - Visiting Distilleries.

Published April 2005.

Scotland Magazine Issue 19

Scotland Magazine Issue 19
Cowal and Bute - Golf Hotels - Festival times - Tullibardine - Gastro Hotels - Ulster Scots - Top tourist destinations.

Published March 2005.

Scotland Magazine Issue 18

Scotland Magazine Issue 18
Urquhart castle - Dumfries and Galloway - St Kilda - Soccer Museums - Whisky and food - Travel to and around Scotland - The Picts - Drumlanrig.

Published January 2005.

Scotland Magazine Issue 17

Scotland Magazine Issue 17
Living castles - Skye and the Western Isles - Runrig - Regiments - Clydebuilt Museum - Clan Robertson - Scotland on screen - Precious stones.

Published November 2004.

Scotland Magazine Issue 16

Scotland Magazine Issue 16
Super Sutherland - Aviemore - Famous Battlefields - A taste of the sea - Barra - Ospreys - Border castles - Rosslyn chapel - Malt whisky special.

Published September 2004.

Scotland Magazine Issue 15

Scotland Magazine Issue 15
Wondeful Orkney - Glasgow a guide to Scotland's liveliest city - Golfing hotels - Icons of Scotland Results - Walter Scott Walk - JS Barrie - Kirks and cathedrals - Highland Games.

Published July 2004.

Scotland Magazine Issue 14

Scotland Magazine Issue 14
Supernatural Scotland - Whisky and Water - Cruising on the West coast - The magic of Edinburgh - Great car journeys - Steam boats - Who killed Darnley? - Loch Torridon.

Published May 2004.

Scotland Magazine Issue 13

Scotland Magazine Issue 13
Ayrshire and Arran - Lord of the Isles - Clan Donald - Scone Place - Heart of History - The real MacBeth - Isle of Skye - Cashmere - Gleneagles - Icons of Scotland.

Published March 2004.

Scotland Magazine Issue 12

Scotland Magazine Issue 12
Blair Castle and Atholl Palace - The Borders - Out and about in the Lowlands - Ancestors on-line - Fortress castles - Iain Banks - Culloden - Winter wildlife.

Published January 2004.

Scotland Magazine Issue 11

Scotland Magazine Issue 11
The Grampians, Orkney and Shetland - Luxury holidays - Hogmanay Food - Gliding - Shopping for kilts - Glencoe - Golf in Perth.

Published November 2003.

Scotland Magazine Issue 10

Scotland Magazine Issue 10
Argyll and the Isles - Hogmanay Hotels - Whisky Distilleries - Lenoxlove a study in romance - Rothiemurchus - Juliet Lawrence-Wilson - Islay - Liqueurs tasting.

Published September 2003.

Scotland Magazine Issue 9

Scotland Magazine Issue 9
Dunrobin castle - Sir David Steel a lifetime in politics - Scottish film locations - Weddings - Best shops - Ballooning - Loch Lomond, Stirling and The Trossachs.

Published July 2003.

Scotland Magazine Issue 8

Scotland Magazine Issue 8
Fantastic Fife - Jack Vettriano - Take the high road - Great Scottish tours - University towns - Chocolate - Museums and Galleries - Montrose.

Published May 2003.

Scotland Magazine Issue 7

Scotland Magazine Issue 7
Best visitor attractions - James Cosmo - Braveheart star in search of Burns - Jack McConnell - Cheese tasting - Perthshire and Kinross - Food and Golf - Island Hotels.

Published March 2003.

Scotland Magazine Issue 6

Scotland Magazine Issue 6
Island Life in the Hebrides - Mary Queen of Scots - Dog sledding in the Cairngorms - Scottish Gardens - Skibo Castle - Highland dress - Haggis tasting - Oysters.

Published February 2003.

Scotland Magazine Issue 5

Scotland Magazine Issue 5
Edinburgh a capital reborn - Monarch of the Glen - Slainte - Christmas drinks, distilleries and top 10 single malts - Edinburgh Tattoo - War of Independence - Scottish Game.

Published November 2002.

Scotland Magazine Issue 4

Scotland Magazine Issue 4
The Highlands - Finest hideaway hotels - John Buchan - Romantic wedding venues - The Pictish people - Outdoor clothing - Fenton Tower - Scottish baking - Pedlars.

Published September 2002.

Scotland Magazine Issue 3

Scotland Magazine Issue 3
Holyroodhouse - Whisky and Castles Speysides finest - Jenners retailing dynasty - A royal passion for Scotland - The Highland Clearances - Lord Lyon - Harris Tweed - Shortbread tasting.

Published July 2002.

Scotland Magazine Issue 2

Scotland Magazine Issue 2
Historic Castles - History of Culzean Castle - Dumfries and Galloway - Cruises from Scotland - Top spas - Belinda Robertson - Smoked venison tasting.

Published June 2002.

Scotland Magazine Issue 1

Scotland Magazine Issue 1
Best city hotels - Missing links finest golf courses - Glasgow focus - Where to fish - Dunvegan Castle - Smoked Salmon - Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Published March 2002.