Inverness Outlanders Live March 2021 Shinty and Outlander

This Inverness Outlanders LIVE show was broadcast on 30th March, 2021 and takes an indepth look at the world of shinty – from an Outlander perspective, of course. Interviews and clips include Sam and Graham playing shinty with the Inverness Women’s Shinty Team and Sam at the New York Tartan Day Parade, shinty players and… Continue reading Inverness Outlanders Live March 2021 Shinty and Outlander

Inverness Outlanders Book Review: Scotland – An Outlander Tour by Ali Wood

This is the perfect traveling companion for the time conscious Outlander traveller. Small enough to fit in your rucksack / handback but big enough to contain all the information needed to make the most of your precious time in this beautiful country. After the brief introduction there is an excellent chapter on the practicalities of… Continue reading Inverness Outlanders Book Review: Scotland – An Outlander Tour by Ali Wood

Inverness Women’s Shinty Team Take On Clanlands with Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish

One weekend in 2019 will be a weekend some of us will never forget and it happened by pure chance. It all started on Saturday 14th September when myself, my husband, my two daughters Caitlin and Chloe and their friend Amber were going to the biggest event in the shinty calendar, the 2019 Camanachd Cup… Continue reading Inverness Women’s Shinty Team Take On Clanlands with Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish

INVERNESS OUTLANDERS LIVE Burns Special

The second Inverness Outlanders LIVE broadcast on 26th January is a celebration of the work of Robert Burns told by special guests in verse, song and music.  Our experts look at the important role that Burns played in Scottish culture, his visit to Inverness and, of course, the references to Burns which were included in the Outlander books and TV series.

Outlander fans find the real ‘Craigh Na Dun’ in Inverness

Most Outlander Fans come to Inverness wanting to visit the real Craigh na Dun only to\n fi\nnd out that there is no such place but there is a standing stone circle that happens to be only five minutes drive from Culloden Battlefield called Clava Cairns and it is a wonderful place to visit. Diana only… Continue reading Outlander fans find the real ‘Craigh Na Dun’ in Inverness

Diana Gabaldon gives an Emotional Talk at Culloden

On the 22nd of July 2016 Diana Gabaldon gave her first ever talk at Culloden Visitor Centre and we were lucky enough get some of the 70 tickets available for this  event as were Outlandish UK members of which there were a lot in attendance. We have seen Diana a good  few times but this… Continue reading Diana Gabaldon gives an Emotional Talk at Culloden

270th Anniversary of The Battle of Culloden

The Battle of Culloden took place on 16th April 1746…..exactly 270 years later many people travelled far and wide to pay their respects to all those that fell on that fateful day on the moor. Just like last year we attended the Midnight service held at the cairn the night before (15th April). Our blog from… Continue reading 270th Anniversary of The Battle of Culloden