A former dower house near Arbroath designed by a renowned Dundee architect boasts magnificent views of the sea and surrounding countryside. West Seaton House retains many original features but has been sensitively updated for modern living. Gayle Ritchie finds out more...
From fast and furious to steady and sedate, there are many ways to enjoy carriage driving. Gayle has a bash at the sport with teenager Che Paton, the British Driving Society’s junior points champion for Scotland...
Brechin-based Priestley West creates bespoke bonnets for the stars. Gayle Ritchie finds out more
Bored of the gym? Looking for an unusual fitness challenge? Gayle checks out a super-fun farmyard workout in Fife.
At 82, John McNally is the oldest person taking on Etape Caledonia, one of the toughest cycling events in the UK. Gayle joins him for a training session (and struggles to keep up).
Fed up sitting around watching festive telly? Feeling bloated? Gayle blows off the Christmas cobwebs and has a crack at coastal rowing
Mum and I arrived at The Wee Restaurant on a dark, windy and wet February evening.
Ahead of the gruelling Cateran Yomp on June 8, outdoor skills instructor (and habitual barefoot walker) Malcolm Handoll shows Gayle how to walk with all five senses...
Entries are flooding in from local singers hoping to steal the spotlight at Glamis Prom. As the deadline fast approaches, Gayle Ritchie finds out why YOU should enter!
River City sensation Tom Urie is encouraging YOU to send in your video clips to win a spot on the stage at Glamis Prom!
Former River City star Tom Urie can’t wait to perform at Glamis Prom. The actor and singer tells Gayle Ritchie why you should audition for a spot on the stage – and by the way, the entry deadline is tomorrow!