It’s Heartland FM’s 30th anniversary! Read the history of the station’s beginnings, look at some old photographs of Heartland throughout the years, and celebrate with IRIS Magazine today!
The longer-lasting effects of lockdown on local children, building memories of the River Tay at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, and the story of Heartland FM’s Belgian Fan Club. All in your February edition of IRIS Magazine.
Featuring the history of Killiecrankie Station, tips on how to get out of debt this year, staying safe on the mountaintops, the Christmas lights that have raised £8000, and much more in your January edition of IRIS Magazine.
Featuring the Scottish history of Christmas itself, the School of Dunkeld’s upcoming launch of Our Lockdown Book, Gaelic Place Names in Glen Lyon, short stories from Pitlochry High School pupils, our Heartland Book Chat, and a fond farewell from one of our (award-winning!) contributors.
The story of Heartland FM’s success at the Community Radio Awards, a look at March Into Pitlochry 2022, the history of Gaelic in Glen Lyon, and what do you love about your place? All this and more in this month’s IRIS Magazine.
One woman’s journey as a foster parent, the young archaeologists at the Crannog Centre, and the perfect pairing of whisky and chocolate.