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The defining battle of 1917 was Passchendaele, the long battle for the high ground dominating the town of Ypres.
Hear unique accounts of war from veterans as they share their personal experiences of life on the battlefield.
Meet Lady Edmund who served at Queen Margaret's Court at the castle.
King James II was fascinated with siege cannons which resulted in the purchase of the mighty bombard Mons Meg in 1454.
Come and hear about Queen Margaret of Scotland's important contribution to Scottish culture.
Hear from Mary of Guise who, by the end of 1542, became a widow determined to protect the throne for her baby daughter.
St Andrew's Day is a time to celebrate Scotland and its rich traditions and culture. Come and learn more about what makes Scotland, Scotland.
Hear about life within the castle prisons from one of the inmates who may be plotting an escape.
Find out how Hector Cadaver, Edinburgh Castle's 'barber surgeon' in the 16th century, treated wounds.
For the first time since the Union of the Crowns the king is returning to Scotland.
Find out why Davie Kirkwood, part of the Red Clydeside Movement, was arrested and brought to Edinburgh Castle.
Celebrate Hogmanay with us, and hear the origins of the celebration - with some of the lesser known traditions too.