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FOUR SEASONS: PEASE POO PART THREE

Published: The Scotsman (TSMag) 10 November 2012 THIS is it folks: the third and final week in which Four Seasons discusses the issue of sewage treatment at Pease Bay in the Borders. If you somehow missed out on Parts One and Two of this carnival of copraphilia, catch up online at www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/outdoors/roger-cox Here’s a quick […]

FOUR SEASONS: PEASE POO PART ONE

Published: The Scotsman (TSMag) 27 October 2012 FINISHED your breakfast? Good, because this week we’re talking poo. Still eating? You may want to turn the page and come back later. Back in 2009, The Scotsman reported that, at various sites around Scotland’s coastline, sewage released into the sea was being treated to a lower standard […]

A POINT IN THE LANDSCAPE

Published: The Scotsman, 25 October 2012 INVITING artists to discuss their work on film is rarely a good idea. In The Diary’s experience, it usually either results in very good artists retreating into their shells and mumbling unintelligibly about what they do, or very bad artists holding forth pretentiously about the earth-shattering significance of their […]

FOUR SEASONS: HOW BIKING BROUGHT NEW LIFE TO THE BORDERS

Published: The Scotsman (TSMag) 26 May 2012 WHAT would the Tweed Valley be like if mountain biking had never taken off as a mainstream sport? Quieter and less prosperous, no doubt, but according to Neil Dalgleish, director of the TweedLove Bike Festival, probably home to a much more elderly population as well. “There’s a really […]