As Elizabeth Newman takes on the role as artistic director at Pitlochry Festival theatre, Caroline Lindsay discovers she has big plans for the future of the theatre in the hills.
A Dundee librarian has taken her love of books one step further by writing her own award-winning short stories, discovers Caroline Lindsay
Brodie Williams hails from Cupar and reached the semi-finals in Cupar
When it comes to the heroes of the food world there are few mightier than the humble egg. For me, the egg is a wonderful gift from Mother Nature – the perfect size for a quick snack, super versatile for both the home cook and professional chef, and ready-wrapped in its own packaging.
Forget Banksy, there’s a new artist in town. Balesy, otherwise known as Fleur Baxter, has been brightening up the fields around the East Skichen Farm in Angus with her straw bale art.
Q Desert island food?
When Belinda Davids was just eight she heard Whitney Houston singing on a Teddy Pendergrass song called Hold Me – and was totally mesmerised.
Iconic children’s show Blue Peter celebrates its 60th anniversary this year and we’re looking for people who won a coveted Blue Peter badge when they were children. We’d love to run a feature about this much-loved programme and chat to a few local badge winners. If that’s you, please email Caroline Lindsay firstname.lastname@example.org
Too often we hear of the negative side of riding a bike on our roads. Social and mainstream media is jam-packed with stories of accidents, close calls and, often, the tragic results of such encounters.
Photographer Graham Miller tells Caroline Lindsay about the unique photo agency he is setting up to challenge our perception of ‘normal.’