Vixy Rae remembers flicking through a dog-eared copy of a Jackie Annual in an Oxfam shop back in the 1970s.
As a major new exhibition tells the story of Scotland from Culloden to the death of Queen Victoria, Caroline Lindsay discovers some of our country’s wild and majestic history.
If you’ve visited Edinburgh Castle and seen the Honours of Scotland – Scotland’s crown jewels – you’ll know they are a breathtaking sight. The ornate sceptre was presented to James IV by Pope Alexander VI in 1494. The sword in an elaborate scabbard is also a rare survivor of a papal gift to a medieval monarch.
Memories of Dundee diver tasked with retrieving bodies and mail bags the day after the Tay Bridge Disaster
The Courier’s recent coverage of the 140th anniversary of the Tay Bridge Disaster has rekindled memories about a Dundee man’s role in the aftermath of the tragedy.
Michael Alexander visits Fort George – current home of The Black Watch - as the historic monument and still active army barracks marks its 250th anniversary.
The success of the V&A museum in Dundee has helped to boost tourism at other attractions across Scotland.
A collection of The Doc Replies letters sent to The Sunday Post in the 1950s have been published in a new book. And some of them will have you in stitches...
Interview: Fiona Bruce talks about her ‘dream job’ as BBC Antiques Roadshow returns to film in Dundee
Michael Alexander speaks to TV presenter and journalist Fiona Bruce about the return of the Antiques Roadshow to Dundee.
Michael Alexander hears about efforts to promote the Gaelic language in Fife.
GARE BRIDGE: How Scotland’s oldest surviving bridge helped ensure the early survival of St Andrews University
As Scotland’s oldest surviving bridge marks its 600th anniversary, Michael Alexander hears how its construction was pivotal to the early survival of St Andrews University.