As comedian Arabella Weir prepares to host the 2018 Festival of Ideas in Kirkcaldy, Michael Alexander speaks to her about her Fife roots, Dr Who and her experiences of sexual bullying.
As Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits cinemas, Michael Alexander explores the unrivalled links between the Star Wars universe and Tayside/Fife.
How many times has it been said the on-field theatrics of footballers deserve an Oscar? With Academy Awards weekend upon us in Los Angeles, Michael Alexander hears why Dundee United is celebrating new information about a former captain who went on to win an Oscar for real!
‘Children need a trusted news source now more than ever’, says Fife journalism expert as BBC announces Newsround shake up
Are BBC plans to move more of its children’s news from TV to online an inevitable sign of the times or does it increase the risk of children being exposed to ‘fake news’? Michael Alexander reports.
Have remakes of Are You Being Served? and Porridge left you feeling stale? Or are they a welcome return to the classic sitcoms of a golden era? Michael Alexander looks at the mixed reaction to the launch of the BBC’s Sitcom Season.
As festive film classic It's A Wonderful Life celebrates its 70th anniversary, Michael Alexander examines its timeless appeal and asks - what it would take for 2016 to have a similarly happy ending?
As the grandparents of hoax kidnap girl Shannon Matthews express anger at a BBC docudrama airing on February 7, should some topics be off limits for TV? Michael Alexander reports.
The Oscars blunder that saw La La Land wrongly announced as the best picture winner instead of Moonlight is the latest in a long line of embarrassing televised mix-ups and mistakes. Michael Alexander looked at some of the most memorable.
Michael Alexander looks at the life of Hollywood screen icon Kirk Douglas who turns 100 today.
After six years at the BBC, The Great British Bake Off is moving to Channel 4 following a contractual dispute. MICHAEL ALEXANDER examines the fall out.