An award-winning Tayside song writer who immortalised the 50th anniversary of the Tay Road Bridge in music last year has released an EP which pays tribute to the newly opened Queensferry Crossing over the Forth.
What do you get if you take an 'underground psychedelic freak-ball', the 'doyenne of the spoken word scene' and add a hint of inspiration behind the world's most famous grunge rock legends?
Michael Alexander speaks exclusively to Radiohead drummer Philip Selway about a one-off solo gig he is playing in Fife.
As the 137th anniversary of the Tay Bridge disaster approaches, and ahead of a talk in Dundee, local expert Professor David Swinfen tells Michael Alexander why new light is being shed on the cause of the disaster.
James Yorkston: How the ‘freedom’ of Fife’s East Neuk helped forge a musical and cultural phenomenon
As Tae Sup wi' a Fifer returns with another eclectic line-up in Kirkcaldy, East Neuk-based event founder and musician James Yorkston speaks to Michael Alexander about his Fence Collective roots and how his recent ventures have grown from strength-to-strength.
When the Tay Bridge was completed in 1878 after taking six years to build, it was one of the longest bridges in the world and a marvel of Victorian engineering.
Fife-headquartered double glazing firm CR Smith has been announced as the first ever commercial partner with Edinburgh Trams.
A former Dundee student who made history by becoming the first member of the public to cross the Tay Road Bridge when it opened in 1966 has been immortalised in song by an award-winning Tayside song writer.
Michael Alexander speaks to Johnny Lynch a.k.a The Pictish Trail about his forthcoming performance back in Fife – and life after Fence Records.
The mystery behind a cine film that is being used by a Dundee band to promote a track from their forthcoming new album has been solved thanks to a recent appeal for information in The Courier.