Dynamic piping duo Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton are no strangers to Perth Concert Hall.
Education key to ending ‘ignorance’ about asylum seekers, says real-life Glasgow Girl ahead of Perth Theatre show
Ahead of its run at Perth Theatre from January 30 to February 3, Michael Alexander speaks to Fife-raised Cora Bissett - the director of life-affirming musical drama Glasgow Girls which is based on the true story of seven teenagers fighting to prevent the deportation of an asylum-seeking family - and also to real-life Glasgow Girl and former asylum seeker Roza Salih.
Former Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi will be making a special appearance at Edinburgh’s Capital Sci-Fi Con on Saturday February 16, to help raise much needed funds for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS).
Self-taught Perthshire film maker wins two internationally recognised ‘Accolades’ for his movie debut
A self-taught Perthshire film maker has won two internationally respected global movie awards.
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.
Interview: Why the new Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane aims to ‘heal the wounds’ of society
Michael Alexander meets the newly installed Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane Ian Paton at the seat of the Scottish Episcopal Church in Perth.
Blood curdling screams drift eerily through the darkness as freezing mists swirl through the forest.
‘More relevant than ever’, says chief executive as Royal Scottish Geographical Society celebrates 10 years in Perth
As the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS) marks its first decade in Perth on September 6, Michael Alexander speaks to chief executive Mike Robinson about its relevance in the modern world.
Groundbreaking efforts by 19th century Perthshire farmer to propagate giant redwood trees recognised
A Carse of Gowrie grain merchant, fruit farmer, forester and landowner who contributed to the world’s understanding of horticulture, silviculture and agriculture in the 19th century has been officially recognised as having been the first to introduce giant redwood trees to the world outside of their native California, a relative has said.
Michael Alexander spent an evening with Hospital Radio Perth to find out how it helps make patients’ stay at Perth Royal Infirmary more enjoyable.