Leading individuals from the arts, sport and broadcasting are among those who will be recognised during a Buckingham Palace investiture ceremony hosted by the Duke of Cambridge.
Fairytale-like turrets, intricate designed gargoyles and Robert the Bruce's ancient Horn of Leys are just a few of the treasures within Crathes Castle.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will compete against a host of celebrities, including stand-up John Bishop and adventurer Bear Grylls, when they go head-to-head in a charity yachting regatta.
Presenter Dan Snow has been described as a “highbrow heart-throb”, and is a favourite among history enthusiasts and mums.
Women had to wait a long time and engage in a protracted battle to win the vote in Britain.
Broadcaster Dan Snow has said it is important to keep the memory of the First World War alive because it is an “enormous warning”.
The name of The Dam Busters’ dog will not be altered when a restored version of the 1955 film is screened in cinemas across the country to mark the 75th anniversary of the mission it was based on, it has been confirmed.
Hundreds of people joined a rally in London's Trafalgar Square last night and pleaded for Scots to reject independence.