As the new Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL) season kicks off on Sunday February 10, Michael Alexander speaks to several Tayside officials - and the Scottish women's game's executive officer - about the rise of ladies’ football and the future of the game.
Dundee lecture preview: Former Labour minister Douglas Alexander on why the ‘politics of solidarity’ are the key to tackling poverty at home and abroad
Michael Alexander speaks to Britain’s former International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander ahead of a global poverty talk he is giving with Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross in Dundee.
Creating hope: How pioneering Dundee project Foolish Optimism is ‘puncturing the silence’ of mental health
Michael Alexander meets members of pioneering Dundee project Foolish Optimism who have been engaged in a national conversation about the ‘scourge’ of mental health amongst young people – and now want to ‘puncture the silence’ further.
‘I’m really looking forward to bringing the songs to life’, says Dundee musician Andrew Wasylyk ahead of gigs
Michael Alexander speaks to Dundee musician Andrew Wasylyk about his album launch and forthcoming gigs in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow’s Celtic Connections.
It has been described as the classic rock fan’s ultimate live juke box.
Dundee University study: How improving oral health habits is getting to the root cause of dental decay at Perth Prison
Ahead of a Dundee University talk, Michael Alexander discovers how improving oral health habits is helping to rehabilitate prisoners at Perth.
Ged Grimes’ Gaelic-themed Celtic Connections live music show a chance to ‘shout loud’ about Dundee’s creativity
Michael Alexander hears why Ged Grimes of Simple Minds’ Gaelic themed computer game show The Bard’s Tale Live at Celtic Connections is a chance to ‘shout loud’ about Dundee’s growing creativity.
VIDEO: ‘I’ve had a very happy life’ – 105-year-old Dundonian, born before World War I, reflects on lifetime of memories
Michael Alexander meets lifelong Dundee FC fan Chic Kennedy who celebrated his 105th birthday in Broughty Ferry last week - and reminisced about days gone by...
Dundee tour date an opportunity for The Howl and the Hum to explore the influence of the late Michael Marra
Sam Griffiths’ memory of Dundee might be a hazy one having passed through the city during his band’s debut tour of the Highlands in 2017 while wrestling with a hangover brought on by Scotland’s “excellent” whisky.
Spare Snare return to play Dundee, the first time after the release of their Steve Albini produced album 'Sounds' released on their own Chute Records last year.