Oor Wullie’s Bucket Trail, the biggest mass participation public art event ever seen in Courier Country, is the perfect opportunity for businesses to help create a lasting legacy for the region by sponsoring an Oor Wullie sculpture.
The exploits of Perthshire teenager Flora Shedden and other hopefuls in this year’s Great British Bake Off are expected to fuel a massive surge in spin-off charity funding.
It was an epic challenge that saw athletes scale every Scottish peak higher than 1,000 metres all 130 of them in just two weeks.
Sir Walter Scott’s first novel, Waverley, was published 200 years ago. But how many people have read any of Scotland’s greatest novelist’s works? Jack McKeown finds out.
Strictly Come Dancing returned to our screens at the weekend. But does this spectacle of celebrity foxtrots and waltzes get people lacing up their own dance shoes? Jack McKeown with his two left feet finds out more.
David Beckham did it topless. Lady Gaga performed it in her signature quirky style. Bill Gates did it in slow motion. And Vin Diesel put the challenge to Vladimir Putin. Caroline Lindsay finds out more about the latest charity fad.
If the truth be told, FIFA’s official World Cup movies were often more exciting than the tournaments themselves. Filmed in a documentary style, they offered a feature length movie of each event, which they described as giving “close-up intimacy and dramatic perspective”.
New technology makes it possible to read a novel in just 90 minutes. But is that a good thing? Jack McKeown looks at the latest technology promising to make us superhuman.
The clock is ticking in the countdown to the 2014 Cateran Yomp. Gayle Ritchie meets three inspirational women who will be taking on the epic 54-mile hike.
2013 is the 170th anniversary of the first Christmas card ever sent. But as Christmas e-cards increase in popularity in this digital age, Caroline Lindsay asks: does this mean the traditional Christmas card is dying out?