Comedy farmer Jim Smith brings tales of rural life to audiences across the UK. Gayle Ritchie spends a morning helping with duties on his Perthshire farm...
Brechin-based Priestley West creates bespoke bonnets for the stars. Gayle Ritchie finds out more
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Doocots are rare survivors of a bygone age, offering a window into our past. But their future is at risk, discovers Gayle Ritchie
Game of Thrones season 8: Our map of character death ‘hot spots’ shows the most dangerous terrain in Westeros
WARNING: This article contains lots of Game of Thrones spoilers, so if you haven't watched the show before we recommend you don't read any further.
The Scottish Game Fair is fantastic fun for country sports fans but it also carries an important message about the countryside and conservation, as Gayle discovers...
Whether it’s hunting, shooting, fishing or food you’re after (or even just dressing up in tweed), the GWCT Scottish Game Fair has something for everyone.
The three-day family-friendly event features drag queen autograph signings, discussion panels, performances, vendors and drag queen makeovers. Drag culture is reaching a more mainstream audience with 100,000 people attending the LA and New York DragCons last year and spending $8 million on merchandise.
VIDEO: We join in with the ‘exercise for life’ classes keeping locals into their 90s fit and healthy
You don’t have to be a spring chicken to enjoy aerobics as Gayle discovers when she joins a class packed with over-60s (and a good few in their 90s!)
Climber Simon Yates was portrayed as “the man who cut the rope” in the film Touching the Void. Ahead of a stage version at Perth Theatre – and an accompanying talk from Simon – he opens up to Gayle Ritchie...