Feeling brave? Get along to Spirits of Scone for a spine-tingling illuminated tour around the grounds of Scone Palace. Gayle Ritchie made it out alive (just!)
Organisers of Scotland’s newest music extravaganza hope Fifers will support the event next summer after the PKD Festival effectively moved over the Forth.
Midge Ure, Elkie Brooks, Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham and jazz icon Chris Barber are among the top music acts lined up to play this year’s Byre in the Botanics in St Andrews.
It’s estimated there are around 300 artworks dotted around public spaces in Dundee, but many of them go unnoticed. Gayle Ritchie investigates.
A team of specially-trained volunteers is taking to Fife trains to reach out to vulnerable people. Gayle Ritchie spends a night with the rail pastors
The UK’s longest running cinematic celebration of the world’s high places takes place next week. Jack McKeown talks to two of Dundee Mountain Film Festival’s keynote speakers about their love of the ascent.
Today’s official launch of a special canine photo competition sees adventurous hounds across Scotland in with a chance of being crowned Ambassadog 2017!
When Robbie Fotheringham left school back in the 70s she had no idea what she wanted to do.
In exclusive interviews, Michael Alexander speaks to Perth-raised music journalists Stuart Cosgrove and Sylvia Patterson whose new books have been nominated for the prestigious Penderyn Book Prize 2017.
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.