An exhibition has opened celebrating the £1 million revamp of a street where Robert Burns caused controversy by etching a poem on a hotel window.
The Hillside Address was heard again in a tranquil corner of Angus during a commemoration celebrating the connection between Robert Burns and the lesser-known figure of sculptor Adam Christie.
In a plot worthy of the great bard himself, a rare Burns book has turned up in a charity bargain bin.
A woman is appealing for help in tracing a stash of documents found in a treasure chest years ago linking her family to some of the UK's most famous historical figures.
Plans lodged to renovate crumbling Montrose house where Scotland’s national bard stayed during ‘celebrity’ tour
It was the house where Scotland’s national bard stayed during the height of his new-found fame.
The songs of Scotland's Bard sounded out across the banks of the Tay over the weekend as Perth's River Night Lights got under way.
Why religion rather than UK identity has been a ‘greater influence’ on Scottish literature and culture over 300 years
St Andrews University Wardlaw Professor of Modern History Colin Kidd tells Michael Alexander why religion rather than UK identity has been the major influence on Scottish literature over the past 300 years.
Groundbreaking footage of Scotland's bard reciting one of his own poems has gone on display.
Two newly-identified letters on display for the first time have given fresh insight into the extent of Robert Burns' radical politics.
A new heritage trail marking the Mearns connections of Rabbie Burns and the Cutty Sark looks set to spark a visitor boom in 2018.