On this page you will find examples of the RSCDS in the media. Please be aware that this is an "online press book" of various articles and publications, and that we do not own the rights to any of the publications mentioned below.
We love to see the RSCDS in the media and invite RSCDS members and the public to submit articles, publications, videos, etc. that you have come across in the media for inclusion on this page. Please send all material to email@example.com. For Branches, please note that this page is not intended for Branch Newsletters; however, if a Branch has been written about in a media publication, we would love to see it and have a copy!
If you would like any material on this page to be taken down, please contact Michael Greenwood using the email address above and the request will be dealt with promptly.
Perth Advertiser: Taken from the 9 November 2010 issue of the Perth Advertiser. The 81st AGM is profiled as hundreds of dancers from around the world converge upon Perth for the conference, and of course a wee bit of dancing! To view the article, please click here.
Irvine Times: Taken from the 17 December, 2014 issue of the Irvine Times. Schools from across North Ayrshire head to Irvine's Magnum Leisure Centre for a splendid day of dance. Photographs and details are courtesy of the Irvine Times, Ayrshire Weekly Press, and Romanes Media Ltd. To view the article, please click here.
Kilmarnock Standard: Taken from the 11 November, 2014 issue of the Kilmarnock Standard. A great spread of a Children's Day of Dance that was assisted by the North Ayrshire Branch. Thank you to all those who helped to organise the event, and of course to those who took part! To view the article, please click here.
Helensburgh Advertiser: Taken from the 12 March, 2015 issue of the Helensburgh Advertiser. Pupils from across the area enjoyed a great day of dancing put together by the Helensburgh & District Branch. Thank you to all those who helped to organise the event, and of course to those who took part! To view the article, please click here.
Living It Up: A new NHS Scotland pilot project that uses digital tools to support better health, well-being & active lifestyles in Scotland. As part of the "Keeping Active" section of the website, there is a blog about dance in Scotland. To view the article about Scottish Country Dancing, please click here.
Controlled Abandon / BBC Scotland from Austin Temby on Vimeo.
Scottish Country Dancing on the BBC: Viewers in the UK may have seen trailers for a new BBC4 TV series titled "Dancing Cheek to Cheek: An Intimate History of Dance", which aired on 17 November, The second programme of the series, which aired on 24 November, featured Scottish Country Dancing with presenters Lucy Worsley and Len Goodman joining in with members of the RSCDS London Branch!