This website is dedicated to all things John Buchan. It  contains amusing quotations from the novels of the great man which emphasise his particularly robust view of life. There are also passages from like minded authors such as J.P. Donleavy, Flann O'Brien and John Betjeman, and a page of golden song from that legend of the gramophone, Richard Tauber.
“It does me good to hear your voice, Dick,' he said. 'It reminds me of clean, honest things.” Greenmantle
Click on the links above for an introduction to the incredible world of John Buchan. If you're already a Buchan aficionado then look for your best-loved passages, but we should have something new for you as well: for instance, see Janet Raden as never before...

‘Wi porridge, turf n' the dung o an Aberdin' Angus, ye'll no want muckle else.’
John Buchan in a letter to his mother, 1903

“You’re a K.C.B. aren’t you? They offered me a knighthood too, but my firm thought I’d better stand out…”
The Island of Sheep