As a series of vintage rail trips launch in Fife, Gayle Ritchie boards a steam train at Bo’Ness for a journey into the past.
One of Damon McCabe’s earliest memories is of watching wrestling on the TV at his gran’s house.
Comedian Alan Davies is heading to Fife. Ahead of his one-off performance at Dunfermline’s Carnegie Hall on April 14, he chats to Gayle Ritchie
As the Scottish Grand Prix Table Football Championships are held in Renfrew on April 8-9, Michael Alexander speaks to a lifelong Subbuteo enthusiast from Dundee.
The Kilt Walk is back – and it’s bigger and better than ever. Kiltwalk is a unique Scottish charity that enables thousands of walkers to fundraise for their choice of Scottish charity. Originally founded in 2011, the Kiltwalk event took a year or two out to reboot under the auspices of the Hunter Foundation, founded by Scottish entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Tom Hunter, and was successfully relaunched last year.
Don’t be disturbed if you see characters from Game of Thrones, Star Wars, anime or video games wandering the streets of Dundee this weekend.
Levison Wood is backing the Cateran Yomp, a gruelling 54-mile hike through Perthshire and Angus. Ahead of the June event, Gayle Ritchie finds out more about the explorer and TV presenter’s exploits
Spaghetti trees, left-handed burgers and flying penguins – just a few of the cracking April Fool’s tricks played on us by the media over the years.
If you were shocked by recent newspaper headlines like “Never Mind Brexit – Who Won Legs-It” and “Your Money or Your Lives”, then imagine how prim and proper Victorian readers must have reacted to seeing prominent public figures openly lampooned and satirised in Blackwood’s Magazine.
Dundee boasts some of the world’s elite ice skaters. Gayle Ritchie ventures on to the rink to learn the secrets of its success