Fife witch expert Lenny Low tells Michael Alexander how he came to receive new information about the fate of an 18th century East Neuk man tortured to death after being wrongly accused of ‘witchcraft’.
Tae Sup: Why Jenny Lindsay has a Glasgow thief to thank for setting her on the road to performance poet stardom
Jenny Lindsay doesn’t condone crime.
Nature’s bounty: How foraging for local free food is helping people ‘reconnect with nature’ and find new wellbeing
Michael Alexander discovers how a renewed interest in foraging is helping people reconnect with nature and improve their well-being.
Tickets are now on sale for the latest rounds of Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer – the multi-genre club night curated by renowned Fife musician James Yorkston.
As Fife’s leading commercial radio station Kingdom FM celebrates its 21st anniversary on Saturday October 5, Michael Alexander speaks to some of today's team about the secret of its success.
Newport-born singer-songwriter Horse McDonald is no stranger to Fife and no stranger to Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer curator James Yorkston having performed a Creative Fifers double header at the Byre Theatre in St Andrews with him in 2015.
With Halloween upon us, should Scotland’s ‘witches’ who were persecuted in centuries gone by be pardoned? Michael Alexander sought the opinions of historians.
Labour Party in midst of ‘catastrophe’ that could end its existence, warns former First Minister Henry McLeish
Twenty years after devolution, with the ongoing focus on the UK Tory leadership contest and divisions over Brexit, what does Labour have to do to revive its fortunes? Here, Michael Alexander chats to former Scottish Labour leader and former First Minister Henry McLeish to hear his concerns about the future.
Scottish Parliament 20th anniversary: Holyrood’s greatest achievement is being ’embedded’ in Scottish life, says former Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick
Michael Alexander speaks to former Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick about the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament - and her vision of the future.
Singer Barbara Dickson reveals ‘deep connection’ with history of Dunfermline in BBC Radio Scotland programme
Michael Alexander previews a BBC Radio Scotland programme which sees singer Barbara Dickson return to her Dunfermline roots where she reminisces about childhood influences.