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iScot Magazine

12 issues per year Write Review From €2,08 per issue iScot Magazine is a new multi-media current affairs and lifestyle publication, packed with news and quality features, photographs and video about Scotland crafted for a global audience.

iScot Magazine offers a fresh view of what’s happening today in one of the oldest nations in the world. Bold, informative, entertaining and 100 per cent pro-Scottish this is a high quality magazine for Scots of all backgrounds and beliefs. iScot Magazine delivers a new multi-media platform which includes a digital magazine to report on stories and angles often missed by the mainstream media.

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iScot Magazine  |  Jul/Aug 20  


Ken has very kindly/foolishly (delete as
appropriate!) handed me the title of Depute
Editor for this month, which probably means
he can claim complete innocence should there
be any errors in issue number 64! However, as
he’s been busily working away on Allan Martin’s
novella, our £4.99 gift to you this month, then I’m
honoured to accept this temporary, and no doubt
unpaid, promotion and hope that you’ll enjoy
another varied selection of interesting features in
your favourite magazine.

As ever, iScot has its finger firmly on the pulse
of topical issues relevant to Scotland, and the
very timely Robbie Dinwoodie interview with
Professor Sir Geoff Palmer that kicks off this issue
is evidence of that. We’ve also got James Kelly’s
analysis of some recent polling, Dr Steve McCabe
offering informed comment on the media
misrepresentation of Covid19 in care homes, and
much more, including lots o bonnie photies o
dugs and castles – and why not?

We thank you for your continuing support and
urge you to keep looking out for each other and
stay safe and well – please remember that the
virus hasn’t gone away. Keep the heid and mind…
it’s coming yet for a’ that!
Yours aye,Gordon Craigie
iScot Magazine is a new multi-media current affairs and lifestyle publication, packed with news and quality features, photographs and video about Scotland crafted for a global audience.

iScot Magazine offers a fresh view of what’s happening today in one of the oldest nations in the world. Bold, informative, entertaining and 100 per cent pro-Scottish this is a high quality magazine for Scots of all backgrounds and beliefs. iScot Magazine delivers a new multi-media platform which includes a digital magazine to report on stories and angles often missed by the mainstream media.

Although iScot Magazine has been designed specifically for the digital age and can be read on any tablet or mobile device, a 116 page high quality glossy version is also available from selected newsagents or by subscription at www.iscot.scot/subscribe
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iScot Magazine

Super magazine with interesting articles which are really well written. Reviewed martedì 23 giugno 2020
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iScot Magazine

A bit middle class trendy Reviewed martedì 2 giugno 2020
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iScot Magazine

Beautifully produced, well worth the money! Reviewed domenica 1 marzo 2020
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Compulsory Reading for those in search of the real Scotland

Beautifully put together magazine. The quality of production and writing demonstrate that this is a labour of love. Layout and graphics are frankly gorgeous, a credit to the talent that exists but is all too frequently ignored in our nation. Quality of editorial is first class, a good mix of comment, politics and lifestyle. Its right up there with Scottish Field, but without the gun toting narcissism. If you want to know, to really know about the mood and the real feeling of Scotland, beyond the MSM soundbite, this is the glossy, velvet rope entrance to the rabbit hole. Reviewed giovedì 27 giugno 2019
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Very enlightening

Even though I live in the States I find aScot to be very interesting. It keeps me up to date on all the important issues facing Scotland today. Reviewed giovedì 28 marzo 2019

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in iScot Magazine Jul/Aug 20.

Dear Valued Reader Ken has very kindly/foolishly (delete as appropriate!) handed me the title of Depute Editor for this month, which probably means he can claim complete innocence should there be any errors in i...
The Dinwoodie Interview by Robbie Dinwoodie MANY PEOPLE will have come across Sir Geoff Palmer from his television and radio appearances during the recent debates around Black Lives Matter and ...
The importance of beating Labour BY THE START of summer there was, against all the early expectations from unionist commentators, a mountain of polling evidence suggesting the events of the pandemic had been a setback for the anti-i...
Craigietocher Tower - a grand design! by Gordon Craigie Craigietocher Tower WHO AMONGST us hasn’t watched and listened to Kevin McCloud waxing lyrical about yet another ‘innovative’ building pro...
Say Hello, Wave Goodbye WELL, IT’S been a much better month than last, but that wouldn’t be too hard all things considered. At the moment, we are getting awfy busy preparing tae welcome all our visitors back, ...
The Would Be Prince ‘Sic fuit est,et, erit’ by Fiona Grahame Earls Palace Kirkwall KIRKWALL , Orkney has, ‘The most mature and accomplished piece of Renaissance architect...