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We're pleased to announce that Orkney Storytelling Festival 2021 tickets can now be purchased online. Find ticket ordering information and general storytelling festival information on the festival website.
A fascinating new project by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland will intrigue lovers of Scottish (and Orcadian) archaeology and those interested in little-known women's history.
Tom really enjoyed talking with paranormal enthusiast William Becker last week. Enjoy listening to their conversation on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzbSdkIEL78
The beautiful composition Farewell to Stromness by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies (Max) inspired this wee Stromness film. Enjoy.
Read the full VisitScotland report for covid travel to Scotland updates.
Get Scotland travel tips for finding the most amazing beer gardens in Scotland.Read the latest beer garden travel advice from VisitScotland.
This is a shout-out to the social media experts we use at Orkneyology.com to create and organize our Pinterest and Instagram accounts. You can browse for inspiration here. (There are 20 Orkneyology.com images from me, Rhonda Muir, in the Pinterest designs. See if you can spot them all!)
Going to Stirling? Read VisitScotland's latest Stirling travel tips here.
Camping in Orkney: everything you need to know. The enchanting Orkney Islands are a perfect destination for your unforgettable outdoor Scotland adventures.
Small but perfectly formed – Trench J’s miniature axehead. Read more!
See drone footage of what's going on at the Rousay dig.
"Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed that the whole of Scotland will move to level zero from Monday 19 July, but this was still a time for continued caution. The First Minister also highlighted that there would be modifications to the original plans for level zero to ensure a sensible easing of restrictions." Read the official Scottish Government announcement.
Looking for great Orkney walks? Browse our growing collection of geotagged photo walking maps of Scottish islands hiking adventures in the Orkney Islands!
Jocelyn Rendall unearths stories of Orkney life in past centuries through letters from home and abroad - witchcraft trials to the American Revolution and more.
London-Irish writer, storyteller and award-winning dramatist Aine King intersperses family war stories with her tales of renovating historic Highland Park House.
Bryce Wilson gives fascinating insights into the development of Orkney's museums & the Pier Arts Centre, and tells stories of life in 1950s Orkney and foreward.
Orcadian author and historian Bryce Wilson will be publishing his memoir of Orkney Islands life in the late 20th century and beyond with Orkneyology Press later this year.
Irish storyteller, singer & songwriter Colin Urwin's upcoming book with Orkneyology Press spins Glens of Antrim tales of battles, shipwrecks, wolves, ghosts, faeries & shape-shifters. Read more about Colin's creative work here!
Kenn Harper, known to Inuit as Ilisaijikutaaq (the tall teacher), details his search for the daughters of a 19th century Orcadian and his Inuit “country wife.”
Dr Ragnhild Ljosland's new book with Orkneyology Press explores the rich folklore and mythology of Orkney through water, earth, air, fire and witchcraft.
Mermaid image (Rhonda's pages) and storyteller image (Tom's pages), and all other illustrations except where noted are here by the courtesy of our dear friend - Stromness author, artist and historian, Bryce Wilson MBE, who owns all copyrights. Thanks, Bryce!