Michael Alexander speaks to a Kirkcaldy couple whose nostalgic memories feature on a BBC Radio Scotland documentary.
Three Angus folk musicians are launching a 10-track CD of original songs about Arbroath.
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.
Clare Hollingworth was one of the greatest reporters of the 20th century, and famously scooped the competition by reporting the Nazi invasion of Poland in September 1939. Michael Alexander speaks to her great-nephew Patrick Garrett from Fife who has written her biography.
It was a music genre that originated amongst African Americans in New Orleans, USA, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Michael Alexander meets Angus flower grower Kelly Orr who is having a blooming marvellous time making local bride’s big days extra special.
After six years at the BBC, The Great British Bake Off is moving to Channel 4 following a contractual dispute. MICHAEL ALEXANDER examines the fall out.
Dundee University was one of a number of `new’ universities created across Scotland – the only totally new one was at Stirling, while others such as Strathclyde were created out of college mergers.
Michael Alexander meets retired jockey Sam Morshead, the former general manager of Perth Racecourse, who has written a book about life in the fast lane – and the devastating consequences of cancer.
Michael Alexander speaks to some of the volunteers who help make Fife and Tayside’s towns blooming marvellous as floral judges again prepare to cast their eye over local entries to annual bloom competitions.