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Scottish history, says Jamie Sives, is “a bit like Egyptology. It’s quite a specialist subject. I certainly wasn’t taught any of this stuff at school. We learned about the Russian Revolution but nothing much about our own past, not even Robert the Bruce or William Wallace. It took Hollywood to feed us that story in Braveheart. It would be great to think that these plays could get people interested in the Scottish King Jameses in the same way.”