Comedian Phill Jupitus tells Michael Alexander why he loves living in Fife and is looking forward to joining the bill of the latest Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer in Kirkcaldy.
Bantering with the audience at Perth Concert Hall, the Sun newspaper’s “former shagger of the year” Russell Brand is re-enacting the experience of watching his daughter being born 17 months ago - and psycho-analysing the “total transformation of personal entity to go from not being a father to being a father” in a way that perhaps only he can.
The nature of visual awkwardness will be explored through the work of artists and architects when the Hayward Gallery Touring's Curatorial Open arrives in Scotland for the first time with an exhibition at DCA.
Farmed and dangerous: Perthshire farmer turned stand-up comic Jim Smith is a Force to be reckoned with!
Ahead of Perthshire farmer turned stand-up comic Jim Smith’s appearance at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival on March 11, Michael Alexander speaks to him about ‘Teuchters’, tractor-envy – and Darth Vader!
He is the creator of Scotland’s first comic book superhero.
A national charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families has invited families with disabled children to a New Year pantomime in Dundee.
It was the book that told the dramatic story of the Earth’s climate, of how it has changed, how we have come to understand it and of what that means for the future.
It is the iconic Cupar landmark that was built in 1964 as a bulk sugar store for the adjoining sugar beet factory.
It's that time of year again when thousands of visitors make their annual pilgrimage to the Lammas Market in St Andrews.
As Scotland’s oldest surviving medieval street fair the Lammas Market rolls into St Andrews, Michael Alexander went behind the scenes with some of the showmen down the road at the Burntisland Fair.