• A passion for Perth - Stuart Cosgove on his love for his home town

  • Composer James MacMillan talks about his music festival - the Cumnock Tryst

  • Delicious recipes from John Buchanan of Langass Lodge on North Uist

  • Columnist Guy Grieve gets that sinking feeling

  • Duncan and the golden fleece

  • Three's a crowd - the love triangle that scandalised Victorian society

  • Chris Thomson's photographs capture the windswept shores of Moray

November issue out now

cover200The November issue is out now – inside discover how the two loves of broadcaster Stuart Cosgrove’s life, football and music – both have their origins in his home town of Perth. We also talk to Scotland’s pre-eminent composer James MacMillan and find out why he is so excited about his forthcoming music festival – the Cumnock Tryst.

Enjoy Scotland’s story to rival that of England’s St George and the Dragon – the gory legend of the deadly Linton Worm and see if you agree with our writer’s controversial selection of Scotland’s best ever chart toppers.

In ‘Three’s a Crowd’ – relish the tale of the tangled love triangle involving Scottish beauty Effie Gray, art critic John Ruskin and celebrated painter John Everett Millais that scandalised Victorian society.