Michael Alexander hears about efforts to promote the Gaelic language in Fife.
How discoveries about her own family history helps Fife genealogist Elizabeth ’empathise’ with others in search of answers
As a new BBC Scotland series helps families uncover their past, professional genealogist Elizabeth Cunningham of Kirkcaldy tells Michael Alexander how discoveries about her own family history inspired her to help others.
‘Passion, Vision and Spirit’ of 92-year-old artist Norman Gilbert returns to Tatha Gallery with new exhibition
A 92-year-old Glasgow-based artist, who still paints every day, is returning to exhibit at the Tatha Gallery in Newport following an uplifting and successful show there last year.
Underutilised areas of a city centre shopping centre are to become the home of this year’s Dundee Design Festival.
BBC documentary: Jocky Wilson liked a drink but was ‘no alcoholic’, says former darts colleague Bobby George
The bittersweet rise and fall of cult the late-Scottish darts hero Jocky Wilson, from Kirkcaldy, is told in a BBC Scotland documentary Jocky Wilson Said. Michael Alexander reports.
The benefits of news media journalism to society are being highlighted in a newspaper-industry campaign being launched on Monday May 13 and backed by The Courier. Michael Alexander reports.
Nicaraguan unrest: St Andrews-raised musician Clara Curteis returns to Fife with launch of ‘protest songs’ album
St Andrews-raised musician Clara Curteis tells Michael Alexander why, after 15 years living in Nicaragua, she brought her family home to Fife - where she released her debut protest album - after leaving behind a violent coup.
Rural crime: Stolen tractors from Courier country farms being used as ‘international currency’ by brazen gangs
In the second part of our spotlight on rural crime in Tayside and Fife, Michael Alexander hears why there’s no room for complacency in the battle against equipment theft and livestock worrying.
Curator Sam Banister tells Michael Alexander how Fife artists are contributing to the ninth annual Twitter Art Exhibit.
In the first of a two-part series, Michael Alexander speaks to Police Scotland and a Kinross-shire farmer about the costly impact of rural crime and hears about the action being taken to fight back against the brazen work of serious organised crime gangs.