As Fife’s leading commercial radio station Kingdom FM celebrates its 21st anniversary on Saturday October 5, Michael Alexander speaks to some of today's team about the secret of its success.
A former Dundee student who made history by becoming the first member of the public to cross the Tay Road Bridge when it opened in 1966 has been immortalised in song by an award-winning Tayside song writer.
Perth College UHI music business course scores 100% student satisfaction rating for second year running
For the second year running, the Music Business degree course at Perth College UHI has achieved a 100% student satisfaction rating.
VIDEO: Dundee actress Ailsa Lonsdale captures ‘weight of mental illness’ in everyday life for Art Angel charity
A Dundee actress who experienced “stifling lack of self-belief burdened by anxiety and depression” while growing up has helped create a music video and single in aid of a city mental health charity.
Power of the Scots language in traditional Angus song celebrated in new BBC Radio Scotland documentary
Ahead of his latest BBC Radio Scotland programme Sangsters, Newport-based broadcaster Billy Kay tells Michael Alexander why Scots song – including Tayside classics - is a national treasure.
When up-and-coming Fife band Shambolics take to the stage at the 700-capacity Lourenzos in Dunfermline on December 1, it’ll be three years to the day since the band performed in front of just seven people at the town’s P.J. Molloys.
A former Fife school pupil is taking on the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Stormzy and Little Mix to vie for the coveted Christmas number one spot.
He wasn’t the best known name on the bill, but blues rock guitarist Kris Barras summed up the PKD Festival best as he took to the Dalgety Bay stage late on Saturday afternoon with his blend of soul-wrenching melodies that has recently seen him reach number two in the blues chart.
‘Andrew Carnegie was very important when I was growing up,’ says Barbara Dickson ahead of Dunfermline concert
Ahead of a special concert in Dunfermline, Scots singer Barbara Dickson tells Michael Alexander why she’s thrilled to be going back to her roots.
Since they performed with The Darkness on T in the Park’s main stage in 2004 and walked away with the top prize on UK prime time TV talent show ‘When Will I Be Famous’ in 2007, the Red Hot Chilli Pipers haven’t stopped for breath – other than to inflate their bagpipes!