Last updated Thursday January 19 at 16:01 BST
Historian Ashley Cowie looks at how the bard became a legend... and his womanising ways.
Neil Lennon’s side took a break from their journey to Peterhead to watch Kincorth and Dee Amateurs at Inverdee.
Pages from the Scots' journal have been restored by scientists to reveal what he actually wrote.
The monarch's undewear made more than double the estimate when they went under the hammer on Tuesday.
A crew of pupils from Dundee’s Harris Academy set off from the Discovery in the city to take on the 11-mile challenge.
Private Alexander Johnston, from Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, died in France just six weeks before the end of the conflict.
A Haddington woman is celebrated posthumously by GCHQ for helping to intercept radio signals during the Second World War.
A 700-year-old letter from King Philip of France and the famous Lubeck letter will go display in summer 2012.
Owen built a school for the children of his millworkers, helping them better their own lives.
New research by a University of Glasgow professor has stated Wallace played a smaller role in the Scots uprising than previously thought.
The re-enactment at St Mary’s Cathedral is part of a programme to celebrate the large Battle of Prestonpans tapestry.
In the second of a series of reports, STV's Political Editor Bernard Ponsonby looks at the dynamic of football as a magnet for intolerance.
In the first of a series of reports, STV's Political Editor discovers the history behind the problem.
The pictures, including a Peploe still life estimated at £500,000, will be auctioned at the end of next month.
The Book of Hours will go on display at Loretto School in East Lothian along with a pearl crucifix that belonged to the Queen.
Feature: Seventy years on, many questions remain over the crash landing of Hitler’s deputy in Eaglesham, East Renfrewshire.
Sir Tom picked up the top honour of the night, the Great Scot Award, at a glitzy bash in London last night.
'Highland Mary' played a lead role in the life of Robert Burns, or so we thought.
Interview: STV meets author Mark Smith ahead of his appearance at Aye Write! to find out about the life of Hershl Sperling.
The acclaimed poet and playwright has been named as the country’s Scotland's new Makar, succeeding the late Edwin Morgan.