Professor Gordon Lowe

A SHORT HISTORY OF SCOTTISH MEDICINE – PROFESSOR GORDON LOWE Gordon Lowe was Professor of Vascular Medicine from 1993; and Chair of the Scottish Clinical Guidelines Network (SIGN), 2002-2007. His talk comprised an introduction to Scottish Medical History, tracing its

Alex Reedijk Talk

Alex Reedijk, General Director of Scottish Opera, gave a fascinating “warts and all” talk about the company. Alex joined Scottish Opera in 2006, at a time of financial crisis when the entire 2004 – 05 programme had been suspended. He

Peter Ireland

Peter Ireland was a teacher of Classics at McLaren High School, Callander.  His main interest is Ancient Art. However, Peter is also a passionate traveller and has travelled extensively, mainly in classical lands.  As a consequence he is an active

Alison McRae

Alison McRae is a network and partnerships entrepreneur with over 20 years of economic development, communications and innovation experience. As Senior Director at Glasgow Chamber of Commerce she is responsible for a strategic partnerships portfolio -working across a range of organisations

Stuart Harris-Logan

Stuart Harris-Logan is Keeper of Archives and Collections at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and author of ‘Raising the Curtain,’ a monograph tracing the school’s 175 years since its inception as the Glasgow Athenaeum.  He is the founder and chair

Peter Mackay

Shackleton’s forgotten heroes – the Ross Sea party By Peter Mackay on 13.9.22 Peter Mackay  is  a former Scottish Office civil servant, Head of the Scottish  Office Industry Department, who was educated at Glasgow High School and St Andrews University.