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History Scotland - Hidden Histories Podcast

History Scotland - www.historyscotland.com

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History Scotland - Hidden Histories Podcast
History Scotland - Hidden Histories Podcast

History Scotland - Hidden Histories Podcast

History Scotland - www.historyscotland.com

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The History Scotland - Hidden Histories podcast sheds light on hidden historical gems around the country. Join Neil McLennan as he explores lesser-known visitor attractions across Scotland. Find out more about History Scotland magazine at www.history-scotland.com

Latest Episodes

Illicit whisky distilling and smuggling… stories from The Cabrach Trust

Neil travels to Cabrach, described as 'a remote, sparsely populated upland area between the Cairngorms and the Moray Firth in the old county of Banffshire' which was once a 'thriving hub of an illicit whisky industry', and discovers more about theregeneration project to develop a working historical distillery and heritage centre and hears incredible stories of illicit whisky distilling and smuggling. www.historyscotland.com

25 MIN3 w ago
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Illicit whisky distilling and smuggling… stories from The Cabrach Trust

The history of Tannochbrae Guest House, Dufftown

In Dufftown there lies a hidden history gem in local guest house, Tannochbrae. Discover more about the guest house in the latest episode of the History Scotland podcast.Tannochbrae is a place perhaps best associated with the fictional village introduced to us through A.J. Cronin’s short stories, Dr Finlay’s casebook. It was described as “a snug little village on the lochside”. Dufftown’s own Tannochbrae can be considered equally snug, welcoming and hospitable. Tannochbrae Guest House in Dufftown also has a medical theme to it, as Neil found out when he met with owners James and Louise. Whilst staying at Tannochbrae Neil asked James about the history of his Victorian villa guesthouse which retains many of the charms of the era.

12 MIN3 w ago
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The history of Tannochbrae Guest House, Dufftown

100 years on… A Scottish angle on the Treaty of Versailles

In this special podcast episode to mark the centenary of the Treaty of Versailles, Neil travels tothe Palace of Versailles, just outside Paris, and reflects on the Scottish connections with this famous peace treaty, which finally brought an end to the hostilities that had shaken Europe in the previous years.

6 MINJUN 29
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100 years on… A Scottish angle on the Treaty of Versailles

Portlethen, Muchals, Newtonhill And Findon

Neil visits Portlethen Library, just south of Aberdeen, and chats to Fred Stewart who boasts a wealth of knowledge about the local area.

39 MINJUN 13
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Portlethen, Muchals, Newtonhill And Findon

Episode 40 - Auldearn Battlefield and Eilean Donan

In the 40th episode, Neil visits Auldearn Battlefield, the beautiful Eilean Donan castle and attends the McLennan clan gathering in Inverness.

19 MIN2018 SEP 10
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Episode 40 - Auldearn Battlefield and Eilean Donan

Episode 39 - Dundee - University of Dundee Museum

We speak to Matthew Jarron, Curator of Museum Services at the University of Dundee, and explore some of the hidden gems in the museum collections.

16 MIN2018 JUN 4
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Episode 39 - Dundee - University of Dundee Museum

Episode 38 - Dundee - Malmaison Hotel

We take a visit to Dundee, first stopping off at the 120-year-old Malmaison Hotel (formerly Tay Hotel) in the city, and speak to GM Roula Samaha about the history, future and location of the building, just metres from the city's rejuvenated waterfront and the V&A Dundee.

16 MIN2018 JUN 3
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Episode 38 - Dundee - Malmaison Hotel

History Scotland Podcast - Episode 37 - Dowans Hotel, Moray

Neil's travels around Moray take in the historic Dowans Hotel in the latest episode in the History Scotland podcast. Find out more about the magazine at www.historyscotland.com

21 MIN2018 JAN 25
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History Scotland Podcast - Episode 37 - Dowans Hotel, Moray

History Scotland Podcast - Episode 36 - A tour of Moray and the Burning of the Clavie

We take a tour around Moray with Jim Royan, one of the area's leading heritage experts, before joining the celebrations as the ancient Scottish custom of Burning the Clavie takes place (to mark New Year's Eve in the Julian Calendar).

67 MIN2018 JAN 15
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History Scotland Podcast - Episode 36 - A tour of Moray and the Burning of the Clavie

History Scotland Podcast - Episode 35 - Edinburgh, Military Museum Scotland

We speak to Ian Inglis, who has recently opened the Military Museum Scotland at the Linburn Centre, the home of the Scottish War Blinded in Wilkieston, West Lothian.

11 MIN2018 JAN 15
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History Scotland Podcast - Episode 35 - Edinburgh, Military Museum Scotland

Latest Episodes

Illicit whisky distilling and smuggling… stories from The Cabrach Trust

Neil travels to Cabrach, described as 'a remote, sparsely populated upland area between the Cairngorms and the Moray Firth in the old county of Banffshire' which was once a 'thriving hub of an illicit whisky industry', and discovers more about theregeneration project to develop a working historical distillery and heritage centre and hears incredible stories of illicit whisky distilling and smuggling. www.historyscotland.com

25 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Illicit whisky distilling and smuggling… stories from The Cabrach Trust

The history of Tannochbrae Guest House, Dufftown

In Dufftown there lies a hidden history gem in local guest house, Tannochbrae. Discover more about the guest house in the latest episode of the History Scotland podcast.Tannochbrae is a place perhaps best associated with the fictional village introduced to us through A.J. Cronin’s short stories, Dr Finlay’s casebook. It was described as “a snug little village on the lochside”. Dufftown’s own Tannochbrae can be considered equally snug, welcoming and hospitable. Tannochbrae Guest House in Dufftown also has a medical theme to it, as Neil found out when he met with owners James and Louise. Whilst staying at Tannochbrae Neil asked James about the history of his Victorian villa guesthouse which retains many of the charms of the era.

12 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The history of Tannochbrae Guest House, Dufftown

100 years on… A Scottish angle on the Treaty of Versailles

In this special podcast episode to mark the centenary of the Treaty of Versailles, Neil travels tothe Palace of Versailles, just outside Paris, and reflects on the Scottish connections with this famous peace treaty, which finally brought an end to the hostilities that had shaken Europe in the previous years.

6 MINJUN 29
Comments
100 years on… A Scottish angle on the Treaty of Versailles

Portlethen, Muchals, Newtonhill And Findon

Neil visits Portlethen Library, just south of Aberdeen, and chats to Fred Stewart who boasts a wealth of knowledge about the local area.

39 MINJUN 13
Comments
Portlethen, Muchals, Newtonhill And Findon

Episode 40 - Auldearn Battlefield and Eilean Donan

In the 40th episode, Neil visits Auldearn Battlefield, the beautiful Eilean Donan castle and attends the McLennan clan gathering in Inverness.

19 MIN2018 SEP 10
Comments
Episode 40 - Auldearn Battlefield and Eilean Donan

Episode 39 - Dundee - University of Dundee Museum

We speak to Matthew Jarron, Curator of Museum Services at the University of Dundee, and explore some of the hidden gems in the museum collections.

16 MIN2018 JUN 4
Comments
Episode 39 - Dundee - University of Dundee Museum

Episode 38 - Dundee - Malmaison Hotel

We take a visit to Dundee, first stopping off at the 120-year-old Malmaison Hotel (formerly Tay Hotel) in the city, and speak to GM Roula Samaha about the history, future and location of the building, just metres from the city's rejuvenated waterfront and the V&A Dundee.

16 MIN2018 JUN 3
Comments
Episode 38 - Dundee - Malmaison Hotel

History Scotland Podcast - Episode 37 - Dowans Hotel, Moray

Neil's travels around Moray take in the historic Dowans Hotel in the latest episode in the History Scotland podcast. Find out more about the magazine at www.historyscotland.com

21 MIN2018 JAN 25
Comments
History Scotland Podcast - Episode 37 - Dowans Hotel, Moray

History Scotland Podcast - Episode 36 - A tour of Moray and the Burning of the Clavie

We take a tour around Moray with Jim Royan, one of the area's leading heritage experts, before joining the celebrations as the ancient Scottish custom of Burning the Clavie takes place (to mark New Year's Eve in the Julian Calendar).

67 MIN2018 JAN 15
Comments
History Scotland Podcast - Episode 36 - A tour of Moray and the Burning of the Clavie

History Scotland Podcast - Episode 35 - Edinburgh, Military Museum Scotland

We speak to Ian Inglis, who has recently opened the Military Museum Scotland at the Linburn Centre, the home of the Scottish War Blinded in Wilkieston, West Lothian.

11 MIN2018 JAN 15
Comments
History Scotland Podcast - Episode 35 - Edinburgh, Military Museum Scotland
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