Ranging from pale yellow to deep orange-red, this semi-precious stone was a popular choice in Victorian jewellery
On a visit to St Andrews, just by chance, we stepped through an archway and discovered the ancient quadrangle of St Mary’s College. What a lovely place, and what a long history!
The lovely church of St Serf at Dunning in Perthshire conceals a beautiful and unique Pictish cross
WILDLIFE AND NATURE
Following my feature on the Trees of Dollar Glen, I’m taking a look at its lovely array of wild plants (and a couple of show-stealing insects!)
At Dollar Glen in Clackmannanshire, a steep-sided gorge contains an emerald world where the trees bend their mossy branches to the water
The answer to my brainteaser lies on the shore of East Lothian, and it will lead you in the footsteps of 12th century pilgrims…
Great for rainy days… watch Purdey’s video and then try this for yourself!
A beautiful new painting on Colin’s easel, with a wintry backdrop of snowy hills
On the bank of the River Leny is this lovely old burial ground with a hidden and surprising history…
What is an English-sounding name like Athelstaneford doing in eastern Scotland? And what does it have to do with our national flag?