450 years after the abdication of Mary Queen of Scots, a new book by St Andrews-based author Roger McStravick controversially suggests her famous links with golf may have been 'fake news'. Michael Alexander reports.
After studying photography at the Royal College of Art, Dundee-raised Ken Sharp went on to become a well-known rock and celebrity photographer, creating portraits of famous people for many top magazines such as FHM, Q and Rolling Stone. Michael Alexander met him at home in St Andrews.
From Doctor Who becoming a woman to recognition of non-binary status in wider society, gender perceptions are changing. But is it fair, or has political correctness gone mad? Michael Alexander reports
When the Tay Bridge was completed in 1878 after taking six years to build, it was one of the longest bridges in the world and a marvel of Victorian engineering.
When it was reported recently that a giant iceberg twice the size of Luxembourg has broken off an ice shelf on the Antarctic peninsula and is now adrift in the Weddell Sea, it was not much of a surprise to freelance wildlife and documentary cameraman Doug Allan.
Two of the biggest names in music will be amongst those featured during the final week of Byre in the Botanics, held under cover within St Andrews Botanic Gardens.
The producers and director of the recently released movie Tommy’s Honour which was shot in Fife have been “humbled” by news that the film is being honoured at the House of Commons.
Action is needed to tackle rising levels of ‘holiday hunger’ amongst children. Michael Alexander reports.
The distinguished and sometimes tragic story of Black Watch soldiers in the 20th century is being explored in the new official authoritative history of Scotland's oldest Highland regiment. Michael Alexander spoke to the author.
Michael Alexander meets Fife-raised former soldier and private security expert Tam Carroll who has plans for a horse therapy centre in Perthshire for forces veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.