Last updated Wednesday May 19 at 14:55 BST
The £60,000 Robin Hood prop will be used for battle re-enactments by the Clanranald Trust
The famous chapel – star of the Da Vinci Code – has revealed yet another secret, but no more answers
Startling new images of Dounreay have been published for the first time, including pictures of its construction - and how it should look when the site...
Paul Lyons explains some interesting facts about Glasgows Central Station building and construction in 1879.
Paul Lyons recounts significant moments in the station's history which has seen many famous people pass through.
Paul Lyons takes us on a guided tour through the labyrinths of Victorian tunnels under Glasgow Central Station.
Paul Lyons unveils some anecdotes that took place in Glasgows Central Station Hotel.
In this episode, Craig Ferguson uncovers the dark history of the monks of Paisley Abbey. Originally broadcast by stv in 1993.
In this episode, Craig Ferguson meets those individuals commited to preserving Scotland's modern industrial history - from the pit bings of Lothian to...
Donald Bell from the Finlaggan Trust tells us some facts about this important historical site in Islay.
Donald Bell takes us on a guided tour through the ancient ruins of Finlaggan, situated on the island of Eilean Mor.
Scottish Historian David Ross takes us behind the Tennent Caledonian Brewery in the East End of Glasgow, to show us "The Lady Well".
Scottish historian David Ross reveals Robroyston's connection to Scotland's William Wallace. Including Robroyston's very own Wallace Monument and...
Historian David Ross takes us on a tour of Glasgow's historic cathedral.
Historian David Ross reveals the mysteries of this fascinating building, including carved stones and stained glass windows.
Historian Ronnie Scott treats us to a historical tour of Glasgow's best loved gardens.
stv's report from Greenock as the QE2 celebrates her 40th anniversary.
stv's report from the Firth of Forth as the QE2 arrives in Scotland
A special feature on the memories of those who attended the launch of the QE2 in 1967.
A special feature on the memories of those who built the QE2 in John Brown's Shipyard on the Clyde.