A Dundee company will help create one of the world's premier historical resources an online collection of more than 40 million newspaper pages.
A long-established Fife nightspot which has been at the heart of the music and clubbing scene for eight decades has closed its doors.
The students' music network Atom Live and French new scene promoter Oui Love have joined forces for a free Anglo-French tour throughout this month, bringing five of France's most hotly-tipped bands to the UK.
One of America's most iconic contemporary blues musicians, Seasick Steve, is to headline this year's Southern Fried Festival in Perth.
Tayside theatre is well represented in the shortlist for the annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland, with nominations in seven categories.
A book about Peter Pan creator J. M. Barrie's love of cricket has been launched at Kirriemuir library.
There's a great double bill of contrasting musical genres at The Greenside in Leslie, Fife, tonight.
Long-time Dundee friends Underground Heroes are back in Rocktalk country for a couple of gigs this weekend, starting at Fat Sams in Dundee tonight.
T in the Park organisers have been granted permission to increase the size of the event's Thursday campsite by 5000 people.
Moving from one end of the country to the other has given artist Susie Lee a new and dynamic perspective on the painting of landscapes. Helen Brown spoke to her about capturing the character of the land and the sea and the eye-opening differences between north and south.