Scotland may be the “home of golf”, yet that’s not stopping the sport from losing golf club members at a worrying rate. Michael Alexander reports.
It might miss the famous skyline of St Andrews - but Carnoustie links wins hands-down when it comes to the “phenomenon, disaster, brilliance and tragedy” of golf.
Self-taught St Andrews cartoonist Peter Herron illustrates acclaimed US author Jane Yolen’s new poetry book
Michael Alexander speaks to St Andrews-raised self-taught cartoonist Peter Herron about his new venture.
Michael Alexander speaks to Johnny Lynch a.k.a The Pictish Trail about his forthcoming performance back in Fife – and life after Fence Records.
In the second part of our look at Brexit and Scotland’s fishing industry, Michael Alexander speaks to Scottish Fisheries Federation chief executive Bertie Armstrong.
In the first part of our look at Brexit and Scotland's fishing industry, Michael Alexander speaks to representatives from the East Neuk shellfish fleet about what leaving the European Union might mean for them.
As young people from Dundee star in a film promoting Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018, Michael Alexander went behind the scenes for an exclusive look at the film-making process.
Former Kinross law student has dreams of becoming Scotland’s first female world bodybuilding champion
Michael Alexander speaks to Sophie Brewster, formerly of Kinross, who has given up a law career to pursue her dream of becoming a World Bodybuilding champion.
As Montrose port celebrates its 525th anniversary, Michael Alexander looks at some of the key moments in history.
The Perth-based Royal Scottish Geographical Society is pushing for Scotland to become the first part of the UK with a legal universal right to food. Michael Alexander reports.