One of the great engineering achievements of the 19th century, the Bell Rock lighthouse off the coast of Arbroath still inspires awe. Michael Alexander speaks to one of the technicians who helps keep its light shining bright.
In the third of our five-part series looking at the changing face of Courier Country High Streets, Michael Alexander visits the Angus town of Montrose.
An exciting and rare new business opportunity is being offered ahead of the Open Championship being staged next year at Carnoustie.
“We are still disgusting punk scum – but we don’t want to talk about the past too much – we are very much about the present!” declared Fife legend and front man Richard Jobson as he took to the stage in Montrose Town Hall for the latest installment of The Skids’ 40th anniversary tour- a road journey across the UK and Ireland which Jobson described as “magical, overwhelming and moving”.
Michael Alexander goes underground on a tour of a former ‘secret’ nuclear monitoring post in Arbroath.
A Forfar soldier has put his physical fitness and skills to the test as he took to the demanding slopes of the French Alps to take part in the British Army Telemark Skiing Championships.
Fans of traditional entertainment can look forward to a ‘Scottish Bonanza’.
American bounty hunter Christian Matlock, originally from Brechin, speaks exclusively to Michael Alexander about how a recent BBC Scotland documentary has changed his life.
After two decades of success, Arbroath Sea Fest will marks its 21st birthday this weekend with a new name and a fresh focus on the maritime larder of Angus.
Sport, education and health are at the heart of pioneering work being carried out by the Links Park Community Trust in Montrose, Michael Alexander discovers on a visit to the project.