Michael Alexander speaks to management and trade unions about their hopes for the future on the first anniversary of Dundee Michelin’s closure announcement.
He is the Middlesex-born original lead vocalist and founder of 1960s band Love Affair who had five top 20 singles including their No. 1 single Everlasting Love.
If 19th century poet and tragedian of Dundee William Topaz McGonagall were alive today, what would he think of the cost of a rail ticket for Glasgow folk wanting to visit the V&A?
Ahead of a talk he is giving in Dundee on November 1, the Pope’s chief stargazer Dr Guy Consolmagno tells Michael Alexander why he believes faith and science enhance each other.
Fife-based writer, broadcaster and Scots language expert Billy Kay has been “touched and honoured” by news that he is to receive a prestigious Scottish-American culture award in New York City.
Michael Alexander hears why, despite a global concensus that climate-warming trends are ‘extremely likely’ to be man-made, other scientific views persist.
A former mechanical engineer who quit his job to become a music therapist is releasing a new album of original music that includes a tribute to a man who lived in a car at the side of the A9 in Perthshire for several years.
An album featuring the work of a talented Angus high school careers adviser who took his own life has knocked Liam Gallagher’s new ‘Why me? Why not’ album off the top of a Dundee record shop’s in-store sales chart.
Fifty years after a Dundee-born RAF officer died in a tragic accident at sea, his Newport-based widow tells Michael Alexander why he will never be forgotten.
New DCT Media publication Platinum “redefines what it means to be a magazine for women over the age of 55”. Michael Alexander reports.