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The 5 most remote bothies

Life can feel overwhelming, an information overload that short-circuits the senses and drains the adrenal glands. Which is why it is so important to …

The Devil's Pulpit, Finnich Glen & How to Get There

I would like to say it was another sunny day that prompted us to try to find The Devil’s Pulpit, but in fact it was cold and rainy when we went. …

10 Campsites to Spend the Night in Cairngorms

<b>Spend the night camping in Cairngorms</b><p>If you’re going to experience the great outdoors, what better way is there to do it than by camping out …

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raveheart: inside the 90s world of tartan techno

For the second of our Global Street Style documentaries, we went to Scotland to meet the young people ripping up Glasgow's underground clubbing scene. Here, we look back to i-D’s Supernova Issue, and revisit a time when gabba ruled, beats were four-to...<p>Midnight on Friday at Tek 2000 in Hamilton. …

Here are some of the best Vines ever made - according to the internet

<b>If you hadn't heard already, Twitter has announced it's closing down Vine.</b><p>The video app was launched in early 2013 but has faced fierce competition from competitors like Snapchat and Instagram.<p>The company's getting rid of 9% of its workforce but says users will still be able to access and download …

The Panama Canal's unexpected winners

<b>One of the most impressive engineering feats of the 20th Century century, the newly-expanded Panama Canal is now open for business. But why should Barbados and Seattle in particular give thanks to the unique waterway?</b><p>It's been around for so long that it's tempting to assume everybody knows about …

Battle of the Somme: When London buses went from red to khaki

<b>Long before "battle buses" were used to shuttle campaigning politicians the length and breadth of the country, London buses commandeered for the war effort were used to transport troops to France in World War One.</b><p>Now, 100 years later, the London Transport Museum has sent one of the original battle …

Inside a robot-run warehouse

About 20,000 packages an hour are sorted by machine at JD.com's largest robot-run warehouse in Shanghai, China.<p>The company has three million orders a day ranging from smartphones and televisions to nappies.<p>BBC Click's Dan Simmons finds out how the company can deliver items within a few hours and …

Asad Shah death: Appeal for calm after shopkeeper attack

<b>The Muslim Council of Scotland has called for calm following the death of a shopkeeper in Glasgow.</b><p>Asad Shah, 40, was killed in what Police Scotland said they were treating as a "religiously prejudiced" attack.<p>A 32-year-old Muslim man has been arrested in connection with the incident.<p>Hundreds of …

Glasgow & West Scotland - BBC News

Top Stories<p>It is backed by the mother of a student who took her own life after being in an abusive relationship.<p>25 April 2018<p>Mark Meechan has already raised more than £75,000 towards the cost of the appeal against his sentence.<p>25 April 2018<p>The Scottish SPCA is caring for the cub after workmen found …

'Islamic State': Raqqa's loss seals rapid rise and fall

<b>Abu Anis only realised something unusual was happening when he heard the sound of explosions coming from the old city on the western bank of the Tigris as it runs through Mosul.</b><p>"I phoned some friends over there, and they said armed groups had taken over, some of them foreign, some Iraqis," the …

Help NASA discover new asteroids with this free app

You can now help NASA find new asteroids. At South by Southwest today, the space agency released its asteroid tracker desktop software, produced in conjunction with asteroid mining company Planetary Resources in an online competition. The software, which will run on any standard Mac or PC, will …

Heat pumps extract warmth from ice cold water

<b>The residents of Drammen have rather an unusual way of keeping warm.</b><p>The county capital, 40 miles west of Oslo in Norway, extracts most of the heat needed to insulate its houses, offices and factories against the biting Nordic cold from the local fjord, or more precisely from the water held within …

Ray Davies: 'I'm still that insecure 19-year old'

The Kinks dominated the music scene in the 1960s, with hits like 'Lola' and 'You Really Got Me'.<p>Brothers Ray and Dave Davies had a stormy but creative relationship, and now, a new musical, 'Sunny Afternoon', based on that relationship, charts the rise of the band to global stardom.<p>Ray Davies told …

Whiskey Bullets

Settle down and chill your bullets* with some Bulleit, and settle down and chill your Bulleit with some bullets. Sip Dark, purveyor of fine beverage …

South Glasgow University Hospital campus is handed over

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/news_scotland/1140000/1140878_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524685962_a56122c6a23fe72b905f6918cd0375f1<p><b>Scotland's largest hospital - the new £842m South Glasgow University Hospital - has been officially handed over ahead of a planned opening in</b> …

Winston Churchill: How a flawed man became a great leader

<b>On Thursday, the Magazine looked at the greatest controversies of Winston Churchill's career. Here, the BBC's world affairs editor examines how an all-too-human politician became a great wartime prime minister.</b><p>In 2002 the BBC broadcast a series called 100 Greatest Britons. After each programme in …

The 10 greatest controversies of Winston Churchill's career

<b>The UK is marking the 50th anniversary of the death of Winston Churchill. He is regarded by many as the greatest Briton ever, but for some he remains an intensely controversial figure.</b><p>During Britain's darkest hours in World War Two, Churchill's leadership was vital in maintaining morale and leading …

100 things we didn't know last year

<b>Interesting and unexpected facts can emerge from daily news stories and the Magazine picks out such snippets for its weekly feature, 10 things we didn't know last week. Here's an almanac of the best of 2014.</b><p><b>1. The Pentagon has</b> a plan for combating a zombie apocalypse.<p>Find out more (Foreign</b> …

Are low oil prices here to stay?

<b>A review of the best commentary on and around the world...</b><p><b>Today's must-read</b><p>Americans have become used to the bouncing cost of oil over recent years. Prices have spiked, causing angst and political posturing ("Drill, baby, drill" and all), and they've tanked following the economic upheaval of the …

Science: Best long reads of 2014 (part one)

<b>A festive collection of some of the best reads from the BBC's Science and Environment section this year.</b><p><b>Sinkholes: A threat from the underworld. By Prof Iain Stewart</b><p>In February, Prof Iain Stewart explored the phenomenon of sinkholes, following the tragic death of a Florida man who was swallowed up …

ASMR: The videos which claim to make their viewers 'tingle'

<b>ASMR videos - which claim to induce a tingling feeling in the viewer - have quietly become an internet phenomenon.</b><p>When I was a child I sometimes experienced a pleasant physical sensation in my scalp when I was especially intrigued or fascinated by something, or when being touched or stroked in …

Fallen branches 'could explain Loch Ness Monster sightings'

<b>Fallen trees and branches from a woodland could be a cause for recent sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, a conservation charity has suggested.</b><p>The Woodland Trust said deadfall washed out by rivers from Urquhart Bay Wood could explain a recent report of something emerging from the loch.<p>The trust …

Who are the winners and losers from the Arab Spring?

<b>Islamic State is being beaten back in Iraq, President Assad is getting the upper hand in Syria, Egypt is under military control again, and Libya is in a state of complete chaos.</b><p>So was there ever really an Arab Spring? Or was it just a series of uprisings, sometimes linked and sometimes not?<p>Compared …

What lies beneath London?

<b>From deep-level air raid shelters to the colossal Crossrail construction, beneath London lies a labyrinth of tunnels. BBC News delved underground to visit some of the capital's rarely seen subterranean spots.</b><p>Walking past the gastro pubs and swanky new apartments of south London's rapidly …

Can you cheat your way to fitness?

<b>Not everyone can get to the gym - but is it really possible to get fit by just doing one's chores, asks Michael Mosley.</b><p>You might want to read this article while standing up. Or perhaps while strolling around the room. Because the sad fact is that most of us spend far too much time sitting on our …

Bluetooth Cassette Adapter

After our lengthy road trip to a land of many beers an no radio signals my friend Cornelius told me I either have to find tapes of something other …

What's the appeal of a caliphate?

<b>In June the leader of Islamic State declared the creation of a caliphate stretching across parts of Syria and Iraq - Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi named himself the caliph or leader. Edward Stourton examines the historical parallels and asks what is a caliphate, and what is its appeal?</b><p>When Islamic State …

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How to solve the brain-teasers set by a top puzzle master

<b>On Tuesday the Magazine published a story by maths writer Colm Mulcahy about the late puzzle master extraordinaire, Martin Gardner.</b><p>Prof Mulcahy took the opportunity to set readers 10 questions drawn from the vast number of puzzles Gardner wrote about in his 80-year career. We answered the first …

10 New Bets That You Will Always Win

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