For years, I’ve driven through the tiny hamlet of Roundyhill (blink and you’ll miss it), near Glamis, and noticed a sign flagging up Armstrongs.
Fed up sitting around watching festive telly? Feeling bloated? Gayle blows off the Christmas cobwebs and has a crack at coastal rowing
Entries are flooding in from local singers hoping to steal the spotlight at Glamis Prom. As the deadline fast approaches, Gayle Ritchie finds out why YOU should enter!
River City sensation Tom Urie is encouraging YOU to send in your video clips to win a spot on the stage at Glamis Prom!
Former River City star Tom Urie can’t wait to perform at Glamis Prom. The actor and singer tells Gayle Ritchie why you should audition for a spot on the stage – and by the way, the entry deadline is tomorrow!
Dundee is taking to the world stage and heads are turning. The spotlight is on the City of Discovery and tourism enquiry lines are running hot. So is the excitement, as the much-anticipated V&A Dundee opens in just 100 days, on September 15. So why visit Dundee? We look at 100 reasons while features writer Gayle Ritchie talks to Tristram Hunt, director of the V&A in London, about his hopes for the Scottish innovation.
As Glamis Prom launches a search for a local hopeful to join the star-studded lineup on August 25, Gayle Ritchie meets the teenager picked to feature in last year’s show.
Pauline Smith is photographer in residence at St Cyrus National Nature Reserve. Her shots capture the cartoon-like quality of bugs in stunning detail, as Gayle discovers
Pony-mad teenager Che Paton is the British Driving Society’s junior points champion for Scotland. She tells Gayle Ritchie about her rapid rise to the top
The tea industry in Scotland may be tiny, but thanks to tea consultant Beverly Wainwright, it’s growing. Gayle Ritchie visits her new plantation and factory near Comrie
Still Game star Greg Hemphill is at Kirkcaldy’s Adam Smith Theatre for a Q&A. Ahead of the May 25 event, he chats to Gayle Ritchie