From the 3rd to 9th of September this very successful festival will be online and free to view.
The use and meaning of maps was the subject of a fascinating online talk from Chris Fleet of the National Library of Scotland.
A residential course at the Voice Centre from the evening of Tuesday March 17 to the morning of Saturday March 21.
Events include guided foraging outings, talks, workshops and cookery demonstrations.
Of the three hyperbaric chambers in Scotland, Orkney is the busiest . This is mainly due to the recreational divers that come here.
One of the threads weaving through this year’s Orkney International Science Festival is the theme of foraging.
Kirkwall Grammar School was the setting for the Family Fun Day as part of the Orkney International Science Festival.
Saturday, 7th of September, saw the display of vehicles old and new as part of the Orkney International Science Festival.
The talk is on Saturday 14th of September at 7.30pm in King St Halls, Kirkwall.
Professor Wither’s talk was fascinating. His contention was that islands emerge through mapping.