Star names from the 80s will show they’ve stood the test of time at the inaugural DunDee 80s.
It was once prescribed by doctors as a cure for all manner of ailments and now it seems that wild swimming for health and enjoyment is on the rise again. Nora McElhone takes the plunge.
It’s an overcast Glasgow Tuesday, and I’m pointing a microphone at the redoubtable Father Willy Slavin – voted one of Scotland’s “Top 10 Tims” – as he drives us both to Falkland in Fife.
Career options for women in Scotland’s agricultural industries are rarely highlighted.
Dub legend Jah Wobble brings his Invaders Of The Heart to Dundee’s Beat Generator tonight.
With the festive season right around the corner, we are offering you the chance to win a brilliant Christmas hamper.
It has often been said that Rome is the heart of Italy but Naples is the soul, and now I understand what is meant by this phrase. Perhaps not as picture perfect as some of Italia’s other parts but it is without doubt the most authentic.
A wave of flatulence ripped through genteel Dundee society in 1846 as men of substance fled the city to escape the cause of this scourge.
An ideal getaway without too long a journey is the ever-popular Portuguese resort, The Algarve. Curving round the south coast is the Algarve region, which has a dramatic coastline, scalloped with sandy bays and secluded coves.
As the Tay Bridge collapsed in a December storm in 1879, there must have been many who wished the warning of Patrick Matthew had been heeded.