• We meet rugby legend John Jeffrey at home in his beloved Borders

  • Scottish Field catches up with author Diana Gabaldon and finds out why her the adaptation of her Jacobite Highlands novel series is the most anticipated television event of the year

  • Mock Jocks - ten celebrities who have hidden Scottish roots and connections

  • Huge 22 page property section this month,,,

  • Scotland in autumn brings the opportunity for photographers to capture an amazing palette of colours

  • Penny Laing has turned the gardens at Logie House in the Findhorn Valley into an oasis of colour

Bumper October issue out now

cover-400The October issue is out now and is another bumper magazine – inside enjoy meeting rugby legend John Jeffrey; known as the Great White Shark on the rugby pitch, today he is more at home on dry land, getting his teeth into the two farms his family runs in his beloved Borders. We also talk to author Diana Gabaldon about her genre defying novel series, set in the Jacobite Highlands and find out that the screen adaptation due on screens here soon is the most anticipated television event of the year.

With the Ryder Cup soon to be upon us Suzi Mitchell ponders that, although we may not like it, where would the Home of Golf be without American investors? Guy Grieve wonders what an independent yes vote would mean for his Mull food business while self confessed ‘Glaswegian leftie’ Kevin McKenna spends his first day on a Highland grouse moor with owner Simon Winton and Scottish Field finds out what happened.

We also meet Hugh Carswell this month who sold his Aston Martin and left London behind so he could rebuild his family’s cottage on Jura and turn it into his music studio.