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  • Glasgow's Lady Egyptologist
    Glasgow’s Lady Egyptologist: May Buchanan

    GINNY CLARK on the remarkable story of  Glasgow’s Lady Egyptologist. A Sunday morning, almost exactly 100 years ago … The two women had no reason to be fearful, having stepped from the tramcar on Woodlands Road, at...

    • Posted 6 years ago
  • Disused mine works: a West End legacy

    GINNY CLARK talks to Stuart McLean, secretary of Jordanhill Community Council, about the area’s disused mine works. In October 2011, people living in one part of Jordanhill – bounded by Woodend Drive, Munro Road and Chamberlain Road...

    • Posted 6 years ago
  • A Gothic gem: Kelvinside-Hillhead Church

    RONNIE SCOTT on Kelvinside-Hillhead Parish Church, Observatory Road. Hillhead Parish Church began in 1871 in a temporary iron structure in a field in front of what is now Athole Gardens, just off Byres Road. The expanding population...

    • Posted 6 years ago
  • Greed and despair: It’s A Wonderful Life

    It’s A Wonderful Life – RUTH ALLEN heralds the festive season by welcoming a film friend. Pic – courtesy of the GFT. So the festive season rolls round again … And with it comes the emblematic Christmas film,...

    • Posted 6 years ago