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Have you ever watched a film about a pilot who’s been turned into a pig in 1930s Italy and is in love with a beautiful (human) cabaret singer? Or one where a talking cat helps a school girl to esc
Often in Scotland it can feel like the only difference between summer and the rest of the year is it generally doesn’t snow (this isn't a guarantee!).
Before MP3 files there were CDs. Further back there were cassette tapes. And long before this – long before the invention of home computers – were LP records, known as vinyl.
William Shakespeare is known across the world as the writer of plays such as Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet, and as one of the most famous British people ever.
Each year Scottish people across the world celebrate an unique dinner known as Burns Night. This is to remember a famous Scottish poet called Robert Burns.
For one elderly couple this year is very special: Elizabeth and Philip Windsor, aged 86 and 91 have spent the last week celebrating the Diamond Jubilee (60 years since she became Queen).
Visiting a festival abroad can be a great reason to travel and a way to experience different cultures.
The stretch of central Edinburgh between the castle and Holyrood palace, known as the Royal Mile, at times looks like a Disney set, complete with a William Wallace impersonator for tourists to hav
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