Edinburgh lectures & talks

Rick Mather founded Rick Mather Architects in 1973 will envision how architecture can combine with culture and creativity in re-visioning urban spaces.

Cities occupy an uncertain and sometimes unloved space in much of the Scottish literary canon.

Every political system makes use of design and architecture to establish its values, and its beliefs.

Andrew Dixon is CEO of Creative Scotland, the new national leader for the arts, screen and creative industries.

This Edinburgh lecture is part of the three-day Rethinking the City Event which aims to emulate the issue-based international meetings held by Patrick Geddes and colleagues 100 years ago.

This morning there was a less-than-bloody pitched battle between Richard Holloway, Richard Harries and author of the His Dark Material trilogy, Philip Pullman.

Considering that the financial success or failure of any show at Edinburgh's Festival Fringe can depend heavily on a producer's promotional skills, it's perhaps surprising that it has taken this lo

The Main Hall of the Scottish Parliament and various Committee Rooms are given over to five days of public discussions and debates on hot button issues such as euthanasia, privacy, the future of ci

BBC Director General Mark Thompson will give this year’s MacTaggart Lecture at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.

Glasgow Museums' Medieval & Renaissance collections feature a wonderfully rich selection of scenes from the Christmas story.