Still debating whether to sign up for the Cateran Yomp on June 10. Seasoned yomper Gayle Ritchie says – just do it!
During a short break, Nadia Vidinova finds herself immersed in a side of Aberdeen that even the locals don’t often see
When I first ventured out to Australia in the 1990s getting Down Under involved multiple plane changes and flights within the country were impossibly expensive. I’m writing this now on Australia’s sun drenched east coast and I’m happy to report that times have changed. Getting to and around this vast country has never been easier and more enjoyable.
Sequins, nipple tassels, fishnets and feather boas – burlesque dancers sure know how to put on a show. Gayle Ritchie meets Burntisland’s very own Brandy Montmartre...
A charity which uses theatre skills to aid the recovery of army veterans is touring a new play across Courier Country. Gayle turns up during rehearsals...
Not many highly visual theatre shows can claim to have been staged in a caravan - but that's one of the things that sets Mobile apart. Gayle Ritchie finds out more...
Dundee University is being transformed into Scotland’s largest exhibition space for the 2017 Art, Design & Architecture Degree Show. Gayle Ritchie had a sneak peek at some of the exhibits
This year’s Cateran Yomp will be extra special, with a poem commissioned for the June 10 event by Jim Mackintosh. Gayle Ritchie finds out more
Sunshine isn’t the only reason to travel to Gran Canaria, but it is a very good one. After all, research carried out by a leading New York climatologist concluded that the capital city of Las Palmas enjoys the best climate in the world.
An ancient marriage of fermented honey and water, mead offers a warm, golden buzz. Gayle Ritchie meets mead maker Christopher Mullin of The Rookery in Blairgowrie