Maurice Malpas and Jim McInally, two of the big names from Dundee United’s glory years under Jim McLean, have given a BBC Scotland documentary series an insight into the manager’s uncompromising but successful regime.
As Perth officially launches its bid to become UK City of Culture in 2021, Michael Alexander looks at some of the other candidates in the running.
As it emerges Team GB’s 67 medals each cost £4.1 m funding over four years, should future funding target the elite or grassroots sport? Michael Alexander and Jack McKeown speak to experts for and against.
As the 2016 Rio Olympics enters its final lap, Michael Alexander speaks to a former Fife Olympian and school teacher who has written a book about a forgotten persecuted German Olympic hero.
Perth will turn back the clock this weekend to celebrate the 750th anniversary of the Treaty of Perth.
A film taken by a war hero motorist as he sailed on the last ever Fifie ferry crossing on the Tay will feature as part of the Tay Road Bridge 50th anniversary commemorations on Sunday.
When Tay Road Bridge operational manager Fiona Fraser issued an appeal for memorabilia earlier this year relating to the history of the bridge, she was contacted by various former workers and residents with stories and anecdotes.
Michael Alexander takes Hugh Pincott - the first private car driver to cross the Tay Road Bridge on August 18, 1966 - on a trip down memory lane by recreating the crossing that took place 50 years ago today.
As the Tay Road Bridge celebrates its 50th anniversary, Michael Alexander visits the command centre in Dundee to meet some of those responsible for keeping the bridge in good working order.
Bird brained might well be a compliment as Michael Alexander found out on a visit to Fife’s top pigeon fancier.