The Scapa Flow Museum at Lyness ,Hoy is to remain closed in 2019
Something else – about a different kind of sound
“I’d come across Eamonn Keyes in The Orkney News – I like how he writes – I like the tales, and I like the way he tells ’em.”
The Kirkwall 700
Even though she is named Kirkwall 700 , this sea going crane is a rare visitor to Kirkwall.
Binscarth Woods, Orkney
Although a small wood it is rather bonnie.
Thinkin an Speerin Fur Wursels
“Orkney has the oldest public lending library in Scotland having been established in 1683”
Poetry Corner: The Weavers
On this day, April 1st 1820, the proclamation which sparked the Radical War was distributed around Glasgow
Photographer Jasmin Gerisch on Photography & Scotland
This article is an interview with a photographer who often comes to Scotland, Jasmin Gerisch who is from Saxonian Vogtland, Germany.
Something About Sound……..
“We visited the Grey Cairns of Camster, in Caithness, and this is what happened…….”
The Islands and the Whales
Mike Day filmed 5 years worth of footage and did not decide on the story line until he got into the editing room.
Action to Tackle Child Poverty in Scotland
Increasing family incomes and reducing living costs are prioritised in the Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan