19 min

Scottish Field podcast episode 41 - The Burrell Collection Scottish Field

    • Society & Culture

Glasgow's Burrell Collection has reopened this week following a £68.25m refurbishment - and we've been along for a look.

The museum, which opened in Pollok Park in 1983, has been closed since October 2016, but as of this week, visitors can view items and collections which have not been seen for decades.

The collection - which includes objects from Europe and Asia, as well as closer to home - was donated to Glasgow by art collector Sir William Burrell in 1944. 

We visited the collection before it reopened, and met with David Scott, who is Glasgow Life's digital media manager, about bringing the exhibition into the 21st century.

You can find out more and visit The Burrell Collection website at www.burrellcollection.com

Every month Scottish Field bring you the best of all things Scottish - heritage, interiors, antiques, gardens, wildlife, motoring, whisky and country news, as well as interviews with famous Scots names.

In the April edition we put our magnifying glass on beautiful Perthshire.

The artistic director of Pitlochry Festival Theatre talks with SF about her creative plans for the future, while Perthshire artist Claire Harkess shares how she crafts her beautiful paintings of flora and fauna.

Astrid Wilson goes on a trip down memory lane by revisiting Perthshire, the place she fled to from Estonia.

Just before The Glenturret Lalique Restaurant earned its first Michelin star, the Mystery Diner was treated to a world-class meal, and they share their thoughts.

In our other features, award-winning crime writer Denise Mina speaks of her latest release and her obsession with all things historical, while in our Credo column, leading stage star Maureen Beattie talks of her love of Scotland, then explains why 1Direction singer Harry Styles is her hero.

Landscape and natural history photographer Duncan Fraser seeks to conserve Scotland’s wilderness, while in wildlife, Cal Flyn explains how we can all take action to protect our country’s bumbling pollinators.

And the Bad Girl Bakery’s Jeni Iannetta shares some scrumptious recipes from her new baking bible.

The April edition priced £4.75 is now available in shops and online, and can be purchased from HERE.

Glasgow's Burrell Collection has reopened this week following a £68.25m refurbishment - and we've been along for a look.

The museum, which opened in Pollok Park in 1983, has been closed since October 2016, but as of this week, visitors can view items and collections which have not been seen for decades.

The collection - which includes objects from Europe and Asia, as well as closer to home - was donated to Glasgow by art collector Sir William Burrell in 1944. 

We visited the collection before it reopened, and met with David Scott, who is Glasgow Life's digital media manager, about bringing the exhibition into the 21st century.

You can find out more and visit The Burrell Collection website at www.burrellcollection.com

Every month Scottish Field bring you the best of all things Scottish - heritage, interiors, antiques, gardens, wildlife, motoring, whisky and country news, as well as interviews with famous Scots names.

In the April edition we put our magnifying glass on beautiful Perthshire.

The artistic director of Pitlochry Festival Theatre talks with SF about her creative plans for the future, while Perthshire artist Claire Harkess shares how she crafts her beautiful paintings of flora and fauna.

Astrid Wilson goes on a trip down memory lane by revisiting Perthshire, the place she fled to from Estonia.

Just before The Glenturret Lalique Restaurant earned its first Michelin star, the Mystery Diner was treated to a world-class meal, and they share their thoughts.

In our other features, award-winning crime writer Denise Mina speaks of her latest release and her obsession with all things historical, while in our Credo column, leading stage star Maureen Beattie talks of her love of Scotland, then explains why 1Direction singer Harry Styles is her hero.

Landscape and natural history photographer Duncan Fraser seeks to conserve Scotland’s wilderness, while in wildlife, Cal Flyn explains how we can all take action to protect our country’s bumbling pollinators.

And the Bad Girl Bakery’s Jeni Iannetta shares some scrumptious recipes from her new baking bible.

The April edition priced £4.75 is now available in shops and online, and can be purchased from HERE.

19 min

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