I am going down in the world. It may never happen but, later today, after I have given this column to the butler to post, I am off to view a basement flat.
It’s easy to take place-names for granted – in fact they speak volumes about our history, geography and language. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
If you thought dream analysis was a modern phenomenon you’ll be surprised to learn that even as far back as the second century AD people were fascinated by their dreams. Oneirocritica –The Interpretation of Dreams – is an ancient Greek treatise on dream interpretation written by professional diviner Artemidorus.
While you’re going about your normal weekend business tomorrow, the University of Dundee Choir will be more than 3,000 miles away in New York for a very special event.
A unique new book called Generation Y, Spirituality and Social Change shows that today’s young people are doing faith differently from their parents, grandparents and beyond.
Terrill Dobson, national organiser for Scotland's Gardens Scheme, tells Caroline Lindsay what gardens can do for our health and well being
A cancer survivor tells Caroline Lindsay why she’ll be having a cuppa on March 29 to raise vital funds for Maggie’s Dundee
When English lecturer and author Euan Macpherson was looking for a little-known story about a heroic woman, he came across the intriguing true life story of ‘Colonel’ Anne Mackintosh and has now turned the tale into a book, The Last Jacobite Heroine.
Kat lives in Fife and is passionate about seasonality, local produce and home cooking
A unique exhibition, bringing diverse cultures together, offers a glimpse into what it’s like to move to Fife from very different parts of the world. By Caroline Lindsay