This short film is based on a Radio Scotland interview with Professor Alison Britton who chaired the Investigative Review into the Scottish Independent Review of transvaginal mesh implants. In a … Continue reading How many more inquiries?
Hole Ousia is interested in Scotland today and Scotland past; Scotland’s countryside and Scotland’s architecture from noble families to the common ankle-high rickle-stane remains of most of us.
As long as I can remember, opposite the chip shop in Bridge of Allan, was Glenallan Fashions, a bridal shop called ‘Altar Images’. It closed last year. It has now … Continue reading The Altar of COSTA
The Fraser yew tree high above Loch Ness, which has been growing for over 800 years, had great importance for the Stratherrick Frasers, who used to gather here before a … Continue reading The Fraser Yew
The Site of Auchendrane Castle not a vestige of which remains. It was the residence of John Muir mentioned in Sir Walter Scott’s Tragedy of Auchendrane. Patterson in his History … Continue reading The Auchendrane Yew