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National Museum of Flight curator, Ian Brown examines a piece of Second World War radar equipment from the East Lothian attraction’s aviation collection as he launches his new book, Radar in Scotland: 1938-46.   The publication reveals the fascinating history of Scotland’s wartime radar stations and the vital role they played in the conflict.

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Scotland’s wartime radar history is revealed

The fascinating history of Scotland's wartime radar stations and the vital role they played in the Second World War is revealed in a new book....

Less than 10 weeks until GWCT Scottish Game Fair

There are now just over two months to go until the GWCT Scottish Game Fair. Some 35,000 visitors and 400 exhibitors will descend on Perthshire...

There’s still time to see A Passion for Art

Time's running out to see A Passion for Art: Matilda Hall, Collector and Curator. Matilda Hall has been a collector and supporter of Scottish art...
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Paws on Plastic play their part in the GB Spring Clean

A day long celebration and litter picking effort is Paws on Plastic’s contribution to the Great British Spring Clean – from a community of dog...
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Music legend’s botanical art in new exhibition

Scottish folk and blues legend Rory McEwen’s botanical art will be exhibited at Marchmont House as part of a celebration of his life and achievements....
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Jersey Boys leaves the audience just Beggin’ for more

The four seasons are hitting Glasgow this week and for once, we’re not talking about the weather. Jersey Boys is the true story of Frankie...

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HRH Prince Charles with Ian Urquhart Signing First Cask at Benromach.

Former Gordon & MacPhail chief Ian Urquhart dies following an illness

Scotch whisky legend Ian Urquhart has died aged 76. The Moray based businessman died peacefully on 15 March after an illness, with his family by...
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Charles Maclean: Whisky writer launches new charity dram with his sons

Scotland's leading whisky writer Charles Maclean has launched a new dram - and every bottle sold will give at least one person clean water for...
Chef Tom Kitchin. Credit Marc Miller

Me and My Dram, Tom Kitchin: ‘You have to be in the right moment to enjoy whisky, that’s the magic of it’

Following a rocky start, celebrity chef Tom Kitchin has fostered an enduring love for whisky, finds Morag Bootland. He sits down with us for the latest...
The first legal dram from the Outer Hebridean Isle of Harris, The Hearach offers an elegant single malt, with fruit and floral notes and a long, slightly smoky, finish.

Isle of Harris: Distillery releases four new batches of the long awaited Hearach whisky

Last year the first batches of the long awaited Isle of Harris whisky sold out in less than five hours – after more than 25,000...
Rosebank Distillery.

Rosebank Distillery: ‘King of the Lowlands’ ready to re-open with 100-year-old mill still used in whisky production

It was closed three decades ago in 1993, but now the ‘King of the Lowlands’, Rosebank Distillery is to reopen.  The historic distillery has been...
The lights are on at the still house of Port Ellen distillery after 40 years.

Port Ellen: The rebirth of Scotland’s legendary ghost distillery

The rebirth of Port Ellen distillery has been eagerly anticipated for years by the whisky community across the globe.  Perhaps the most legendary of all...