Michael Alexander looks back at how 25 years of the National Lottery has benefited good causes in Tayside and Fife.
Dundee International Women’s Centre was presented with the Award for Inclusion at the SQA Star Awards.
Was former Soviet-bloc Stalinist leader the ‘Great Daddy’ of Bulgaria or a tyrant? asks St Andrews University historian
St Andrews University reader in modern history Tomasz Kamusella tells Michael Alexander of his concerns about the European Union flag being associated with a former Soviet-bloc Stalinist leader.
‘Dundee has always had a disproportionate effect on music scene worldwide’, says HYYTS singer ahead of Church gig
They are the lifelong friends from Glasgow who started making music together in 2015.
‘You spill your heart out – it can be disheartening’ says ‘slam poet’ Hollie McNish ahead of Kirkcaldy Tae Sup gig
When revered author and “slam poet” Hollie McNish joins the bill at Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer in Kirkcaldy on Saturday November 16, she hopes she’ll be performing first so that she’s “not nervous” awaiting her slot.
Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters 2020 will celebrate the role of lochs, rivers and seas in shaping who Scottish people are and their place in a modern tourism destination.
‘Not a crime to vote for independence’, says Catalan exile’s lawyer as she prepares to hand herself in to authorities
A St Andrews University academic fighting extradition from the UK for her role in Catalonian’s unsanctioned 2017 independence referendum will now hand herself in to the Scottish authorities on Thursday November 14.
VIDEO: Dundee actress Ailsa Lonsdale captures ‘weight of mental illness’ in everyday life for Art Angel charity
A Dundee actress who experienced “stifling lack of self-belief burdened by anxiety and depression” while growing up has helped create a music video and single in aid of a city mental health charity.
‘Honour’ to be nominated for 2019 Specsavers Scottish Music Award, says Dundee singer-songwriter Be Charlotte
Dundee singer-songwriter Be Charlotte has said it’s an “honour” to be nominated for and to be asked to perform at 2019’s Specsavers Scottish Music Awards.
As St Andrews-raised musician Steve Mason’s solo UK tour brings him to Dundee, he speaks to Michael Alexander about the rise and fall of The Beta Band, his struggles with mental health – and becoming a dad.