An extract from The Nature of Spring, the new book by Jim Crumley.Read More
The community buyout of Ulva in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland was one of the most inspiring island stories of 2018. The move was driven by the dedication of a group of local people who mounted a campaign to secure a better future for their home. Their efforts were rewarded with over £4m from the Scottish Land Fund as well as countless individual donations from across the world. Rebecca Munro, an islander who championed the community buyout, recently blogged for the National Museum of Scotland about her experience, and is featured with her family in the film below, also produced by the museum.
Karen Lloyd reviews the new book by Miriam Darlington.Read More
Photographer John MacPherson shares a truly remarkable story from the Isle of Mull.Read More
The Mull singer-songwriter introduces his debut album.Read More
Kim Stafford finds the poetry of his father, William, still alive among the islands.Read More
"This whole idea of being ‘remote’ is a strange one – remote from what?" One of Scotland's finest songwriters extols the virtues of living in and working from the island of Mull.Read More