Michael Alexander examines the legacy of the critically acclaimed Black Watch play as it celebrates its 10th anniversary. A young man wearing a brown leather jacket steps timidly onto the stage, his eyes caught like rabbits in a headlight as he peers out at the audience seated before him.
It's that time of year again when thousands of visitors make their annual pilgrimage to the Lammas Market in St Andrews.
Organisers of Scotland’s newest music extravaganza hope Fifers will support the event next summer after the PKD Festival effectively moved over the Forth.
It is the iconic Cupar landmark that was built in 1964 as a bulk sugar store for the adjoining sugar beet factory.
It’s hard enough to get really good at one thing, but it can be sickening when you come across someone who’s an expert at two jobs.
The operators of the Lammas Market in St Andrews have defended efforts to make the fair affordable for showmen after a lifelong fairground operator claimed the future of Scotland’s oldest fair could be jeopardised unless Fife Council reduces rents.
As the Scottish BAFTA winning film Tommy’s Honour receives its UK premiere in St Andrews - the Home of Golf - Michael Alexander speaks to the film’s American producer Jim Kreutzer about the powerfully moving true tale of St Andrews-born father and son golfing legends ‘Old’ Tom and ‘Young’ Tommy Morris, who pioneered the modern game.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe could be brought back to Dunfermline next year.
As Scotland’s oldest surviving medieval street fair the Lammas Market rolls into St Andrews, Michael Alexander went behind the scenes with some of the showmen down the road at the Burntisland Fair.
With a sound like a thunderclap, the time machine appeared out of nowhere and squealed to a stop in the McFly driveway.