The King James Bible has inspired the lyrics of more pop songs than any other book
Britain’s first take-away chips were sold in Dundee. Belgian immigrant Edward De Gernier set up his popular stall in the city’s Greenmarket in the 1870s. 17th century residents on Eilean Mor had some weird and wonderful rules to follow. They weren’t allowed to kill a bird after evening prayers; eat anything in private; or take sheep suet back home.