Michael Alexander speaks to Isle of May reserve manager David Steel ahead of a talk he is giving on Monday June 20 about the 60th anniversary of the island’s status as a National Nature Reserve.
As the Dunvegan Hotel in St Andrews — one of golf's most famous 19th holes — goes on the market, co-owner Sheena Willoughby describes her hopes for a venue regularly visited by some of the world's biggest names.
The summer solstice will help inspire the theme for the fifth Cupar Arts Festival which runs from June 18 to 25.
Michael Alexander follows in the footsteps of some of St Andrews’ most famous golfing sons as ‘Tommy’s Honour’ gets its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
With Britain looking set to renew its £100+ billion Trident nuclear weapons system, Michael Alexander meets retired St Andrews-based GP Dr Judith McDonald, who explains why she won’t give up after 35 years as a nuclear disarmament campaigner.
Michael Alexander meets Angus flower grower Kelly Orr who is having a blooming marvellous time making local bride’s big days extra special.
As a national campaign pushes for wider CPR training, Michael Alexander meets a Fife man who ‘died’ and came back from the dead after suffering a massive heart attack.
How realistic was the Hollywood blockbuster Gravity? Ahead of a St Andrews University lecture, Michael Alexander meets a former NASA astronaut and a space scientist who will be speaking about the increasing risk of being hit by debris in space for real.
Dundee Dental Hospital and School is 100-years-old. Michael Alexander explores its high-achieving history - and finds out why the deans of nearly half of Britain and Ireland's dental schools cut their teeth there.
It’s almost the day that Courier readers have been waiting for – who were the top 200 people over the past two centuries of this newspaper’s existence who have helped shape Tayside and Fife?