Michael Alexander speaks to National Library of Scotland senior map curator Christopher Fleet about a forthcoming talk in Pitlochry about military maps.
The funeral has taken place of 98-year-old retired Fife hairdresser Arthur Nevay who devoted his life to preserving social history in the heart of West Fife’s former mining communities.
New lease of life for ancient Egyptian artefacts after £80 million redevelopment at National Museum of Scotland
Michael Alexander visits the Ancient Egypt Rediscovered exhibition which has just opened in a new, permanent gallery at the National Museum of Scotland.
As the new Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL) season kicks off on Sunday February 10, Michael Alexander speaks to several Tayside officials - and the Scottish women's game's executive officer - about the rise of ladies’ football and the future of the game.
Dundee lecture preview: Former Labour minister Douglas Alexander on why the ‘politics of solidarity’ are the key to tackling poverty at home and abroad
Michael Alexander speaks to Britain’s former International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander ahead of a global poverty talk he is giving with Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross in Dundee.
Kirkcaldy linen company helps celebrate Mary Queen of Scots at exclusive Edinburgh Castle fashion show
Kirkcaldy-based Peter Greig & Co Ltd – the country’s last linen manufacturer – has contributed to an exclusive fashion show celebrating Mary Queen of Scots. Michael Alexander reports.
Creating hope: How pioneering Dundee project Foolish Optimism is ‘puncturing the silence’ of mental health
Michael Alexander meets members of pioneering Dundee project Foolish Optimism who have been engaged in a national conversation about the ‘scourge’ of mental health amongst young people – and now want to ‘puncture the silence’ further.
Michael Alexander gets to the core of why Britain’s wild apples are in decline.
‘I’m really looking forward to bringing the songs to life’, says Dundee musician Andrew Wasylyk ahead of gigs
Michael Alexander speaks to Dundee musician Andrew Wasylyk about his album launch and forthcoming gigs in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow’s Celtic Connections.
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.