It’s not every day you walk out of a theatre hearing people say things like ‘best show I’ve seen in a long time’ or ‘cracking ’!
Michael Alexander speaks to the organisers of the first annual St Andrews Photography Festival which celebrates the town’s pioneers of photography and wider Scottish legacy.
During his 40-year career, Scottish film-maker and photographer David Peat became best known for his award-winning documentaries which focused on the lives of ordinary people.
As the US Senate votes to shoot down regulation that would prevent the mentally ill from buying firearms, an Angus man’s photojournalism project is targeting gun violence in the United States. Michael Alexander reports.
It was the book that told the dramatic story of the Earth’s climate, of how it has changed, how we have come to understand it and of what that means for the future.
One of the UK’s most recognised and controversial comedians is coming to the Birnam Arts and Craft Centre on Monday September 26.
Ahead of its screening in Courier Country cinemas, Michael Alexander speaks to Robbie Fraser, the director of Hamish - a movie which charts the life of Perthshire-born war hero, poet and songwriter Hamish Henderson
After selling one million copies of his book worldwide, Raymond Briggs’ TV animation of ‘The Snowman’ has become a classic Christmas family favourite as festively familiar as turkey and Santa’s sleigh.
They are four of Scotland’s most experienced musicians and now they have teamed up to present a show of Scottish songs seldom now heard, but once the basis of the folk revival in the 1960’s and 1970’s.
The summer solstice will help inspire the theme for the fifth Cupar Arts Festival which runs from June 18 to 25.