Years before anyone conceived celebrity, the Scottish bard may have been the first to turn himself into a brand.
Scotland voted for its own parliament in September 1997, but has yet to make its mind up about the biggest issue of all.
Brain games, learning languages, rowing? Beware of snake oil salesman claiming we know it all.
Channel 4 news anchor drew thundering applause at the Edinburgh TV Festival, but don't believe every word.
America's answer to Kafka and Dostoevsky gets real at the Edinburgh International Festival.
East London collective Boy Blue Entertainment have taken their provocative show to the Edinburgh International Festival.
Mia: Daughters of Fortune is a powerful new play that puts this issue under the spotlight.
Scotland's former first minister on Brexit, Scotland and the need for a new generation of visionaries.
The Scottish capital is reopening a well kept secret: one of the world's finest collections of vintage sound machines.
Edinburgh will this year host the 30th Beltane.
South African economist is one of leading voices questioning the way we relate everything to a single statistic.
After Brexit, we can expect a tax-breaks bonanza for the UK film industry. This has big implications for Scotland and the EU.
Are Edinburgh Castle et al really acing their English equivalents?
Despite the political renaissance, Scotland's literature is in need of new blood.
A fundraising initiative in Scotland has made headlines, but good intentions are not enough when it comes to helping vulnerable people.
Sorry kids, these gift ideas are closer to home.
The Catalans have no trouble telling their story of oppression through culture. The Scots find it trickier.
After the Scottish bard mixed with Edinburgh high society, he started dabbling with Beethoven.
Scotland's new deprivation figures confirm a wider trend towards suburbanising poverty.
Now in its 70th year, the Scottish capital's arts spectacular is almost as big as the Olympics.