If you’ve not see Outlander, now is the time to catch up with S1 and S2. Below are just few reasons you should be watching it! OUTLANDER is one of the most under-rated shows in the UK, despite having a global fan base to rival the likes of Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead. The Scottish time traveling fantasy drama is based on a … Continue reading Outlander: 10 reasons you should watch this epic fantasy series
*Spoilers ahead* If you do not want any spoilers for Outlander S3, don’t read any further! History is a key element in Starz’s time-traveling TV show, Outlander. Through her series of books, author Diana Gabaldon plays with historical accuracy at times, using real life people and events to help unfold the plot of her main characters, Jamie and Claire Fraser. In last season’s finale, Claire … Continue reading Filming Wraps For The Battle Of Culloden In Outlander S3: Just How Did Jamie Survive?
Great SCOT is right! Get ready Outlander Clandom . . . En garde, Outlander fans: When the time-traveling series (and recipient of EW’s Poppy Award for Best Drama!) returns for a third season on Starz next year, the action will begin with the historic Battle of Culloden – a significant departure from the start of Voyager, the third book in Diana Gabaldon’s book series from … Continue reading First look at Outlander Season 3
Rannoch Moor is more an ecological concern, but it doesn’t have the ethnographic resonance that this place has. Culloden has cultural resonance – this is where the Highland way of life was destroyed. ~ Diana Gabaldon, The Press and Journal The American author behind the TV blockbuster Outlander visited Culloden Battlefield yesterday – and warned of the importance of protecting the historical site and other … Continue reading Outlander author reveals her tears for Culloden
Scottish historian and author Trevor Royle examines troubled Culloden in his new book and the myth-making surrounding the historic battle. For many years the Battle of Culloden has been acknowledged as the last of the battles that have disfigured the frequently troubled relationship between England and Scotland. Read more >> Continue reading Battle of Culloden: Myths Debunked