• We talk to Tom Devine, Scotland's most eminent historian

  • Plane, train, automobile or trike - 80 page guide to getting away on an Autumn break

  • The Horseshoe Restaurant's hilltop feast

  • Otter spotter - photographer Laurie Campbell's love of these marvellous mustelids

  • Jewel Chief - Adam McIntosh and the gems he finds on his travels

  • Fun photographs from the European Pipe Band Championships

September issue out now – includes 80 page Autumn Break Special

cover-300The September issue is out now. It is our biggest ever magazine and features a huge 80 page Autumn Breaks special section. This year we take you on an amazing journey around Scotland by plane, train or automobile.  Inside this issue you will also find an interview with Sir Tom Devine, Scotland’s most eminent historian, and hit the high notes with Jessica Beeston who has music in her blood.

Enjoy the true tale of ‘The Last Jacobite’ Dr Archie Cameron, who died for a cause he did not believe in and see if you agree with our choice of Scotland’s golfers’ ten most famous victories. This issue also features fantastic photos from an amazing Piping Hot Forres and stunning images taken by renowned wildlife photographer, Laurie Campbell of Scotland’s wild otters.

In our interiors section we take a look around the gorgeous Borders’ family home of an artist and country sports enthusiast while our featured garden this month is stunning Parkhead in Argyll which was a favourite spot of Queen Victoria’s daughter.