An art project-cum-treasure hunt that launched in Carnoustie last month has gone global. Gayle gets involved
As the summer harvest gets into full swing, combines can be seen tearing through bumper crops of ripe wheat, barley and oats across the country. Gayle Ritchie explores harvesting through the ages...
No matter how dreich the weather at the top, there’s always something hugely satisfying about reaching the trig pillar that crowns the hill you’ve just climbed.
Autumn can be an amazing time to get out into the wilderness and go camping, as Gayle Ritchie discovers
From mattresses to microwaves, Dundee's Dighty burn has become a dumping ground for fly-tippers. Gayle helps a group of volunteers to tackle the problem...
As far as orchards go, you couldn’t hope to find one in a more unique setting than within the confines of an old prisoner of war camp.
It’s the ultimate team sport. You win together and you lose together.
In our fast-moving and ever-changing world, they represent continuity and permanence — so it's perhaps no surprise that we invest so much affection in our favourite trees and feel such sadness when they finally bow to old age.
Mountain biking is at the heart of Comrie’s family-friendly Cream o’ the Croft festival, but there’s loads on offer for non-bikers of all ages, as Gayle Ritchie discovers
As the 2017 Tay salmon fishing season marked its official opening this week, Gayle has a bash at fly fishing