• Jesse Rae, the 1980s singer and songwriting star from the Borders, never ventures outside without his kilt, helmet and claymore

  • Take a closer look at some of the stunning images entered into the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards

  • With film production spend in Scotland at an all-time high, the lack of a Scottish film studio is arguably as puzzling as it is economically damaging

  • Trump Turnberry's executive chef Alan Matthews shares his favourite seasonal receipes

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Jesse Rae, the 1980s singer and songwriting star, reminisces on his childhood in the Borders. We publish some of the winning images from the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards, and talk to Swedish Tetra-Pak heiress Sigrid Rausing about the restoration of her Highland estate. Scotland rugby coach Vern Cotter joins our editor Richard Bath for a day shooting in Glensheil, and Susan Nickalls explores the economic benefits that a Scottish film studio would bring to the country. Executive chef at Trump Turnberry, Alan Matthew, shares his favourite seasonal receipes, while our mystery diner visits Castle Terrace restaurant in Edinburgh. If you attended the Scottish Rural Awards last month, don’t forget to see if you can spot your photo in our extended Scene Around section!