The Emperor's New Kilt
Did you know?
The kilt was invented by an English factory manager.
Most tartans date from 1822.
Scotland had electric lighting 70 years before Edison ‘invented’ it.
King Arthur and Robin Hood were both Scottish.
The Emperor’s New Kilt reveals the two secret histories of Scotland
The things Scots are famous for but shouldn’t be.
And the things they are not famous for but should be.
'A useful antidote to mythmaking… His disclosures are fascinating'
- The Scotsman Newspaper
‘Original and fresh’ - Aberdeen Press and Journal
‘Amazing’ -The Daily Record
‘Absolutely fascinating’ - Scottish Connection, BBC Radio
‘Excellent’ - Carluke Gazette