Last updated Wednesday January 18 at 15:26 BST
A programme of 37-and-a-half events (one to mark each year of the poet’s life) has been set up to encourage people to celebrate his birthday.
The late singer recorded a series of songs based on Burns’ poetry, and now it looks like the Robert Burns' Birthplace Museum in Ayrshire might be...
A new artwork tells the story of one of Robert Burns's most famous works.
'Highland Mary' played a lead role in the life of Robert Burns, or so we thought.
The Bard was a man of three main passions - work, love and drink - and here his life is documented through the medium of song, poetry and dance, as...
Three eminent Burnsians discuss what makes a good 25 Jaunary meal.
Three eminent Burnsians say where they will be on 25 January.
First Minister to announce STV’s ‘Greatest Scot’ £25,000 art commission.
New program makes the complete works of Burns available for free on the iPhone for the first time.
The acclaimed poet and playwright has been named as the country’s Scotland's new Makar, succeeding the late Edwin Morgan.
For Burns Night, stars of Scotland’s stage and screen reflect on and perform favourite poems from the man you voted the Greatest Scot on St Andrew's...
Prince Charles today officially opened Scotland’s largest ever highland games and clan meeting as the Homecoming’s Gathering got under way in...
The first entertainment of the night brings an instrumental performance of one of Burns' best known songs by fiddler Chris Stout and clarsach player...
David Anderson reads Winter: A Dirge, by Robert Burns.
Gerry McGregor sings Auld Lang Syne, by Robert Burns.
Archie Crawford, of Paisley Burns Club, recites A Man’s a Man for a’ that.
The most famous of all Burns songs is sung at Paisley Burns Club.