• Ming Campbell takes us on a tour of his adopted Fife home

  • Follow one young woman's epic journey following the Highland Clearances

  • Meet the ladies taking on an Arctic dog sled charity challenge

  • Fishing in Russia may be fruitful, but there's nowhere like home

  • An elaborate 19th century plot to steal a ship from the Clyde

  • Recipes from Craig Miller's seafood restaurant in St Monans

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The March issue is out now


CoverThe March issue is out now. Inside we meet Ming Campbell, Baron Campbell of Pittenweem and learn about his life in athletics, law and politics, as well as his love for his adopted North East Fife, where he spent 28 years as an MP. We discover the story of Kate MacPherson, a young woman forced from her Sutherland home during the Highland Clearances, on a daunting and difficult journey to the Red River settlement in Canada. Learn why a group of ‘huskyteers‘ are set to spend six days mushing 32 dogs over 285km in temperatures as low as minus 30°c. Take a look behind the scenes of the Caledonian Challenge, one of Scotland’s longest running endurance events, where walkers take on over 50 miles of rugged terrain in 24 hours to raise money for charity, and learn about the 19th century high seas robbery which saw a large ship disappear from the Clyde, only to turn up in Australia. Mike Daunt explains why fishing in Scotland has a special charm all of its own and Craig Miller shares some his seasonal recipes from his from his St Monans restaurant.