[The Guardian] - Why it's so special Robert Burns remains Scotland's greatest literary figure. Therefore a visit to Alloway, including the house where he was born and the fabulous Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, can be a pilgrimage for many, or simply a great way for
[Chesterfield Post] - Chesterfield and District Caledonian Association held their Annual Burns' Dinner and Dance celebrating 253 years since the birth of Robert Burns More... Chesterfield Chinese Association celebrates Chinese New Year for 2012, the Year of the Dragon
[Hebdenbridge Today] - Amongst the lyricists appeared Robert Burns (a poignant 'Volkslied') and Paul Verlaine ('Le ciel est par-dessus le toit, si bleu, si calme …'). We were lulled and entranced: there was purity of voice, depth of soul and real virtuosity from these two
[The Guardian (blog)] - On the basis of the STV model, what Scottish people want to watch are shows about Robert Burns, Australian crime dramas and American cartoons. The truth is, if the SBC did move into BBC Scotland's Clydeside headquarters – a facilities and staff
Robert Burns - John Cairney's Bio. In 1959, John Cairney was asked to play Burns for the first time in a sketch performed by comedian, Jimmy Logan, on BBC television in which John had merely to be a Burns portrait which came to life.