One aspect I consider when writing this column each week is that many readers will not necessarily be au fait with cycling terminology, so I aim to clarify any potential confusing words and phrases with a short explanation.
Catherine Devaney shares a recipe from a kitchen in the Fife countryside
Chris Hazelton, head chef at The Rookery, Carnoustie, tells Caroline Lindsay why eggs are essential and chives charm him.
The HandleBards are a troupe of cycling actors who perform Shakespeare plays as you've never seen them before. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
A French language summer school has ensured that two Fife primary school teachers are fired up to teach their eager pupils le francais. Caroline Lindsay finds out more
As Dundee's Brittle Bone Society celebrates its 50th anniversary, Caroline Lindsay finds out more about this rare lifelong condition and the society's remarkable founder.
The independence movement looks set to repeat the great mistake of the Brexit campaign.
From the late 1700s, venture capitalists took advantage of Dundee’s outstanding location for Baltic trade. Shipping records show regular connections to Archangel for flax from the growing areas north of Moscow, large imports from St Petersburg when the White Sea was frozen, and quantities of cheaper flax from Latvia and Estonia, shipped through Riga.
The cyclist, Raphaël Géminiani, said in 2013: “If the photo had not been taken then the legend would never have existed.”
If you happen to be passing Knox’s Church Hall in Arbroath on a Monday evening you might be lucky enough to hear the Arbroath Male Voice Choir hard at work, practising a variety of popular tunes at their weekly get-together.