Five decades after a Dundee photographer took one of the most famous photographs in music history, Michael Alexander looks at the legacy of The Beatles' iconic album cover Abbey Road.
A rightful place in history: Remembering the South Pacific legacy of Broughty Ferry botanist David Reid Tait
Michael Alexander hears about early 20th century Broughty Ferry botanist David Reid Tait and his global legacy.
In search of new beginnings: 135th anniversary of last emigrant ship to sail from Dundee to Australia
It's the 135th anniversary of the ‘Duntrune’ - the last emigrant ship to leave Dundee bound for Australia. Michael Alexander reports.
Former Angus man Graeme Law now runs the ‘completely wild’ town planning system in the Falkland Islands
Michael Alexander speaks to Angus-raised town planner Graeme Law who is now running the planning operation single-handedly in the Falkland Islands.
Armed Forces Week: Oldest surviving Desert Rat Jimmy Sinclair, 106, tells of friendship with Rommel’s family and the Duchess of Cornwall
With Armed Forces Week 2019 upon us, Michael Alexander meets legendary Fife Desert Rat Jimmy Sinclair, who is now in his 107th year.
A Canadian government agency is commemorating the loss of the last merchant ship sunk by Germany - off the coast of Fife - just minutes before the official end of the Second World War.
Michael Alexander hears why, despite a global concensus that climate-warming trends are ‘extremely likely’ to be man-made, other scientific views persist.
Royal Marines from 45 Commando in major fast response international military exercise in Baltic Sea region
Six hundred Royal Marines from 45 Commando in Arbroath are amongst 3000 personnel and 17 naval vessels from nine countries taking part in a major military exercise in the Baltic Sea region amid concerns over increased Russian activity.
Ahead of an event in Kirriemuir, former Dundee-raised investigative journalist Michael Mulford tells Michael Alexander why he believes he now has firm evidence that Jack the Ripper was hanged in Dundee.
Staring into the ‘bowels of hell’: Lockerbie disaster 30 years on and the ongoing transatlantic search for justice
In an exclusive interview marking the 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing, Michael Alexander speaks to an American terrorism expert whose university is marking the loss of 35 of its students in the attack - and hears the 'hellish' memories of several journalists who covered the aftermath.