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Beyond Borders - Jacobite Uprising: 1715 - 2015 - BBIF 2015

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Beyond Borders - Jacobite Uprising: 1715 - 2015 - BBIF 2015

Catherine Muller Stuart introduces historians Professor Murray Pittock and Geoffrey Baskerville as they consider the Jacobite Uprising and its impact on Scotland today.

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Beyond Borders Alex Salmond - The Dream That Never Dies - BBIF 2015

Former First Minister Alex Salmond MP MSP spills the beans on last year's Referendum and his life as Scotland's most explosive politician.

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Beyond Borders - Politics & Britain in 2015 - BBIF 2015

Steve Richards performs part of his 'Rock'n'Roll Politics 4' show, before leading a discussion with Sir Menzies Campbell and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown about the 2015 General Election, Europe and whether the Jacobite spirit still endures in these Isles.

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Beyond Borders - Women, War & Peacemaking - BBIF 2015

Award-winning filmmaker Pamela Hogan, the UN's Robert Dann, Afrah Nasser and Shirouk Abayachi discuss the role of women in conflict, warfare and peacemaking with David Marshall.

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Beyond Borders - What Jack Did Next: Life Beyond Politics - BBIF 2015

What happens when a top-ranking politician loses office? Former First Minister Lord Jack McConnell discusses his life and work after politics with Allan Little.

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Beyond Borders - In Conversation with Murray Pittock - BBIF 2015

Sir Kieran Prendergast in conversation with Professor Murray Pittock at the Beyond Borders International Festival of Literature and Thought 2015.

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Beyond Borders - Kate Adie: Dispatches from the Frontlines - BBIF 2015

Sir Kieran Prendergast talks to foreign correspondent Kate Adie OBE about her life, and her work on the front lines, her close-to-action approach to reporting and her second life on the home from as author and broadcaster.

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Beyond Borders - In Conversation with Dr Shashi Tharoor - 2015

Sir Kieran Prendergast in conversation with Dr Shashi Tharoor at the Beyond Borders International Festival of Literature and Thought 2015.

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Beyond Borders - An Audience with Nicola Sturgeon - BBIF 2015

Allan Little talks to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon about her life and work, and her hopes and fears for Scotland and the UK.

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Jacobite Lineage

The Kings of Scotland of the House of Stuart, then the Kings of Britain and finally the succession of would-be monarchs according to the Jacobites. In 1688 James II was deposed by his son-in-law and the Jacobites were those who remained loyal to James and the House of Stuart. Efforts to restore the old royal line were blocked at the Boyne, the 1715 Uprising and the 1745 Uprising which ended in the defeat of the Jacobites at Culloden. Bonnie Prince Charlie (Charles III of Jacobites) is the most famous. His claim passed to his brother, a cardinal, and then the claim passed to the House of Savoy, the House of Wittelsbach of Bavaria and is set to go to the Princely House of Liechtenstein in the future.
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The Jacobite Rebellion (In Our Time)

Melvyn Bragg and guests discusses the Jacobite Rebellion. In the summer of 1745, a young man in a small French frigate landed on the West Coast of Scotland. It was Bonnie Prince Charlie who began his campaign to become king of Scotland and England. He had seven followers amongst his shipmates and took to the Highlands to raise an army from the Scottish clans: “The Highland clans with sword in hand Frae John o Groats tae AirlieHae tae a man declared to standOr fa wi Royal Charlie”.Or so the old Jacobite song goes. But why was the latest scion of the Stuart dynasty such a favourite with the Scottish Highlanders? And did Bonnie Prince Charlie ever have a real chance of gaining the throne of England? With Murray Pittock, Professor of English Literature at the University of Strathclyde; Stana Nenadic, Senior Lecturer in Social History at Edinburgh University; Allan Macinnes, Burnett-Fletcher Professor of History at Aberdeen University.

Jacobite rising of 1715

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The Jacobite rising of 1715 , was the attempt by James Francis Edward Stuart to regain the thrones of England, Ireland and Scotland for the exiled House of Stuart.

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Jacobite risings

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The Jacobite risings were a series of uprisings, rebellions, and wars in Great Britain and Ireland occurring between 1688 and 1746.The uprisings had the aim of returning James II of England and VII of Scotland, the last Catholic British monarch, and later his descendants of the House of Stuart, to the throne of Great Britain after they had been deposed by Parliament during the Glorious Revolution.The series of conflicts takes its name Jacobitism, from Jacobus, the Latin form of James.The major Jacobite risings were called the Jacobite rebellions by the ruling governments.

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Jacobite Rebellion (1715 and 1745) 2 MINUTES ONLY

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Jacobite Relics, Myths and Realities, George Dalgleish.

Begins 2:20. Selkirk Antiquarian Society, 7.30pm 19/4/17.
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How did social media change the means of persuasion? - Murray Pittock

From Murray Pittock's lecture on Referendum Rhetoric. Professor Pittock discusses how social media, especially Twitter, changed the nature of the independence debate.

This lecture launched the Network for Oratory and Politics. Find out more at gla.ac.uk/networkfororatoryandpolitics or on Facebook and Twitter (@OratoryPolitics)

Dr. Tharoor: Beyond Borders - India in the 21st Century BBIF 2015

William Dalrymple talks to Indian writer and Member of Parliament, Dr Shashi Tharoor, about India in the 21st Century.




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The Jacobite Rising of 1745 in Scotland

In 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie landed in Scotland to reclaim the British throne for his father. In the beginning he was very successful and could even invade England. However, the British forces crushed this rebellion and regained full control over Scotland after the Battle of Culloden.

History Of Scotland

The '''history of Scotland''' is known to have begun by the end of the last glacial period ( in the paleolithic ) , roughly 10,000 years ago. Prehistoric Scotland entered the Neolithic Era about 4000 BC, the Bronze Age about 2000 BC, and the Iron Age around 700 BC. Scotland's recorded history began with the arrival of the Roman Empire in the 1st century, when the province of Britannia reached as far north as the line between the firths of Clyde to the Forth. North of this was Caledonia, whose people were known in Latin as Picti, the painted ones. Constant uprisings forced Rome's legions back: Hadrian's Wall attempted to seal off the Roman south and the Antonine Wall attempted to move the Roman border north. The latter was swiftly abandoned and the former overrun, most spectacularly during the Great Conspiracy of the 360s. As Rome finally withdrew from Britain, Gaelic raiders called the ''Scoti'' began colonizing Western Scotland and Wales.
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Jacobite uprising in Cornwall of 1715

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The Jacobite uprising in Cornwall of 1715 was the last uprising against the British Crown to take place in the county of Cornwall.

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