Stunned and speechless
Dominic Roskrow gets back to nature
March 2004, Issue 13, page 3
A legacy that grows with each year
Roddy Martine talks...
March 2004, Issue 13, page 7
The Knock, Crieff, Perthshire. Ewan McGregor
Our third celebrity to reveal a favourite place in their homeland is top Scottish actor Ewan McGregor, with words and pictures by photographer Andy Hall
March 2004, Issue 13, page 14
At the heart of Scottish history
Scone Palace has a long link to Scottish monarchy. Charles Douglas reports
March 2004, Issue 13, page 16
Mary's Royal Progress
Mary Queen of Scots got around a bit, so John Hannavy decided to take another look at sme of her residences
March 2004, Issue 13, page 18
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
The eagle has landed
Sea Eagles are among the United Kingdom's most impressive wildlife, says Graham Holliday
March 2004, Issue 13, page 22
The pipes are calling's
Scotland called is anew company which aims to give tourists an alternative view of Scotland in total luxury. Dominic Roskrow spent three days exploring Scotland's west coast.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 28
Searching for Queen Victoria
Queen Victoria's love of Scotland is well documented. Ian R Mitchell, author of 'On the trail of Queen Victoria in the Highlands', chooses 10 of his favourite Victoria locations on Deeside.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 32
Not so blue Skye
Australian travel writer Graham Simmons wanted to see Skye up close and personal. So he and his friends hiked their way around it.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 36
Cashmere if you can
With Scottish knitwear now appearing on the international designer catwalks as high-fashion in its own right, Kate Patrick talks us through some of the best places for pullovers in Scotland
March 2004, Issue 13, page 42
Ayrshire and Arran – land of inspiration
There's much more to Ayrshire than Robert Bruce - though he is a crucial component. David Gordon reports.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 47
Hotels in the best possible taste
KNOCKINAAM LODGE Knockinaam Bay, by Portpatrick, Wigtownshire Tel: +44 (0)1776 810 471 Fax: +44 (0)1776 810 435 This sparkling little hotel still bears testimony to the golden age of touring and spor...
March 2004, Issue 13, page 54
Much Mor for your money
Fancy a week's holiday at Gleneagles for the rest of your life? The hotel's new seasonal homes offer just that opportunity. Dominic Roskrow reports.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 56
Edinburgh's dark and sinister side
The vaults give a glimpse into Edinburgh's murky past - and reports suggest they're haunted too. Frances Anderson visited them.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 58
Hire a piece of history
Myres Castle is a nine-bedroom castle near Auchtermuchty, a few miles south of Perth. You hire it exclusively, and it might well be haunted. Dominic Roskrow spent a night there all alone.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 60
A taste of honey
You might have to suffer a bit ot find the best honey - as Sue Lawrence found out. But was it worth it.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 62
God's own cruising heaven
Tom Bruce-Gardyne goes cruising around Scotland's beautiful west coast, but don't mention the weather.
March 2004, Issue 13, page 68
Macbeth: bloody tyrant or popular king?
Most of us know Shakespeare's version of Macbeth. What was the reality? Jackie Cosh reports
March 2004, Issue 13, page 74
Lord of the isles (Donald)
In the first in a new series on the great clans of Scotland James Irvine Robertson traces the history of the dominant clan Donald
March 2004, Issue 13, page 76
'Singing butler' set to go for a song
A news round up from the Scottish art and antiques world, by Kate Ennis
March 2004, Issue 13, page 82
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