If mountains could talk, what might they say? Artist David Kramaric imagines the meeting of two titans from Scotland and Croatia in a playful and lyrical work recently shown in Stornoway.Read More
New books about the First World War by writers in Lewis and Shetland.Read More
A gallery of vivid digital landscape works by Geoff Stear, each based on a specific location on Harris or Lewis.Read More
A short story by R M Murray set on Harris.Read More
A short story by Gabriella Bennett set on Harris in the Outer Hebrides.Read More
Beloved the world over for its sartorial and extreme weather-defying properties, Harris Tweed is one of Scotland's most famous island exports. However, the rise to fame for this glorious cloth has been far from straightforward, as is shown in a charming short film by Nick David and Jack Flynn. Find out how Harris Tweed came to receive its very own Act of Parliament and catch a glimpse of the production process behind the creation of 'The Big Cloth'.
The islands of the Outer Hebrides are home to many mysterious structures – stone circles, beehive dwellings, holy wells and ’temples’ from the Celtic era. In a remarkable new book, Alastair McIntosh returns to the islands of his childhood and explores not only the meaning of these places, but wider moral concerns around the idea of a just war, globalisation and ecology.
Review by Donald S Murray.Read More
Major new collection of World War One poetry featuring work by Murdo MacFarlane from Lewis.Read More
Introducing our new columnist on the Australian island.Read More
Beginning this weekend, a group of nine intrepid swimmers are going to attempt to cross from the Isle of Harris to St Kilda.Read More