Michael Alexander looks at the life of Hollywood screen icon Kirk Douglas who turns 100 today.
A Fife man who was sexually assaulted on numerous occasions by his Boys Brigade drumming instructor in the 1980s and 90s has spoken of the long term damage caused by abuse.
Fife-born football legend Jim Leishman has urged footballers to be “brave” and come forward with allegations of sexual abuse.
Directors of football clubs across Tayside and Fife have been discussing a potential review of child protection procedures as the official probe into child sexual abuse allegations in football across the UK continues.
A warts and all fly on the wall documentary about Fife Council got off to a smelly start on Wednesday night as the cameras followed a housing officer into an abandoned house in Collydean.
Does a ban on smoking in cars with child passengers go far enough, or is it an "utterly pointless" exercise? Michael Alexander reports.
After selling one million copies of his book worldwide, Raymond Briggs’ TV animation of ‘The Snowman’ has become a classic Christmas family favourite as festively familiar as turkey and Santa’s sleigh.
Award-winning Perth businessman Iain Hutchison tells Michael Alexander why he likes nothing better than getting behind the stick of his replica Spitfire and taking it for a spin from Perth Airport.
He has been described by author Irvine Welsh as "Scotland’s most engaging and haunting singer-songwriter."
A rollercoaster ride of original music that pays tribute to the blues rock classics is promised when Gerry Jablonski and the Electric Band play the Green Hotel in Kinross on December 3.