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Billy, the biography of Britain’s favorite iconoclast, gave millions of readers a fascinating insight into the personal and professional life of the genius that is Billy Connolly. Now, in this follow–up to her phenomenal best–seller, Pamela Stephenson celebrates life with the “Scottish beastie” as he hits the Big 6-0. Here we relive colorful and epic moments from Billy’s early life in Glasgow—the background to an intimate portrait of his marriage w… More >>

Bravemouth: Living with Billy Connolly

I know that Henry the viii had illegitimate children. How many of these illegitimate children survived and were able to have children of their own. Does any one know if there are living decedents of Henry the VIII alive today?

We’ve just got married and would really like to move up to Scotland – we’ve travelled various places and can’t decide-however it would be good to have a local point of view as you get a different feel as a visitor! We like lochs, mountains, outdoors but i also love the city – especially Edinburgh (but i’ve not really visited another Scottish city yet-just toured the country). Any advise would be welcome. Many thanks

Van Morrison – What Am I Living For-

Can anybody living in Glasgow please give me an estimate of food, electrical, water and rental expenses for one person, who wants to lent a furnished one bedroom apartment near University of Glasgow? Thanks.

I am writing an essay on English political history and identity. I cant figure what the collective term is to define you all. When i say “You” I mean Welsh, Scot’s, Irish (north and South), English etc. Also what is the collective name given for Ireland and England is it Great Britain?

May The Living Be Dead (In Our Wake) on piano I don’t use sheet music so don’t ask for any. Done all by ear. Also, I went to see Flogging Molly at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC for the second time on March 2nd and holy $#!t. Not only were the warm-up acts better than last time’s -Dub Trio (Who i hated) and The Aggrolites (Who were okay)- but the whole show was better. I wasn’t expecting much from this times openers, The Architects, due to my mistaking them for another band called The Architects, which is a death metal band, but they were actually okay and their second song was good. Frank Turner, who i knew would be good, was AWESOME!1! I genuinely wanted him to keep going. Anyway. The stage went dark soundtrack cut off and I saw seven silhouettes run out on stage framed in blue light and the driving start of (No More) Paddy’s Lament filled the room. And they never let up. I’ll try to describe the high-points but really the whole show WAS the highpoint. Playing 24 songs in all (Counting “The Wrong Company”), My favorites were the acoustic version of “The Wanderlust” from Whiskey on A Sunday, “Punch Drunk Grinning Soul”, “The Worst Day Since Yesterday”, “Every Dog Has Its Day”, the version of “Factory Girls” with Bridgette on the vocals, “What’s Left of The Flag”, “If I Ever Leave This World Alive” (Casey’s guitar break was epic) and, of course, the encore when just Dave King came out and sang “The Wrong Company” and then launched right into an acoustic version of “Black

How can my girl friend from the Philippines get a job in Ireland so she can get a work visa?
We can pay for flights, visa and accommodation.

How many pounds would I need monthly in order to live somewhat simply (food, toiletries, an internet connection) in rural Scotland — somewhere in Orkney, or the like?

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