It’s not all about badges, boys and dyb (do your best), dyb, dybing as Gayle Ritchie discovers when she joins an international scout camp at Blair Castle
Festival of the Future, from October 17-21, will be a chance to shout about everything that’s fantastic about Dundee, manager Anna Day tells Gayle Ritchie
They make great pets and “ratters”, but terriers are also fantastic racers. Gayle Ritchie meets the Ore Country Terriers
A staggering 95 million cups of coffee are drunk in the UK daily. Caffeine addict Gayle undertakes barista training in Dundee
Wildlife presenter Chris Packham fears the UK is facing ecological disaster. From recycling roadkill to tackling wildlife crime, he tells Gayle Ritchie – “it’s time for us to act”
Gayle has a bash at being a silversmith at a ring making workshop in Forfar
The tea industry in Scotland may be tiny, but thanks to tea consultant Beverly Wainwright, it’s growing. Gayle Ritchie visits her new plantation and factory near Comrie
It’s not just for bored housewives and grannies. Needle felting is highly addictive for everyone and can lead to compulsive creativity as Gayle discovers...
Dundee teenager Zoe Heggie captivated the crowds at Glamis Prom.
She was plucked from a staggering 2,180 entries to win the Glamis Prom 2018 Search for a Star competiton. Gayle Ritchie meets Zoe Heggie