I’ve wallowed nostalgically recently in tales of warm sunshine days of yesteryear and soggily sweet memories enshrined in a rose-coloured glow.
How can Christmas and New Year and all that stressful stuff be just over, Dry January be just starting (for some) and already we’ve got to the first Friday 13 of the year?
There was much more movement in Vern Cotter’s Six Nations squad than might have been expected, but don’t expect that much in the XV that run out at BT Murrayfield just before 5 pm on February 6.
Never having been noted for his devotion to political correctness, it’s interesting to hear University Challenge quiz master and erstwhile political hatchet man Jeremy Paxman reckons the lack of women in the latter stage of his intellectually rigorous show is down to the fact men simply like quizzes more.
Opinion will be divided over Jackie McNamara’s managerial reign at United.
Can you say brewery? Go on, just try it. three simple syllables. And let’s face it, if I can’t properly enunciate the name of an establishment that produces alcohol, I suspect no-one can.
Online retail giant Amazon has long come under the spotlight for its supposedly Dickensian corporate culture.
I have taken the momentous decision that, in order to cope with the difficulties thrust upon us all by the events of the past 12 months, the only answer is to (continue to) order by the crate.
David Cameron and Nicola Sturgeon rode north on their stallions this week to each proclaim themselves the saviour of Europe’s oil capital.
Rules, they say, are meant to be broken.