With 2019 upon us, Michael Alexander spoke to people from the Courier Country world of politics, sport, music and beyond to find out what their hopes are for 2019:
Young Dundonians are making a short film in and around the city this week as part of Futureproof – a Scotland-wide festival of theatre and performance in celebration of Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018.
EXCLUSIVE: Pioneering immunotherapy trial at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee gives hope to brain tumour Scots
As a crowdfunding campaign is launched to raise funds for a pioneering brain tumour immunotherapy trial at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, surgeons – and a terminally ill patient – tell Michael Alexander why it could give hope to the hundreds of brain tumour victims diagnosed in Scotland each year.
Interview: Project manager John Tavendale reveals why V&A Dundee is the ‘massive pinnacle’ of his career
Michael Alexander speaks to V&A Dundee project manager John Tavendale about working on the 'massive pinnacle' of his career
When up and coming Dundee indie band Ruvellas play Church on November 15, it won’t be the first time they have played the music venue.
In the first of a three part series looking at child poverty in Tayside and Fife, Michael Alexander speaks to several Dundee families who are struggling to make ends meet and finds out what efforts are being made to break the cycle of deprivation.
Close links between Frankenstein author Mary Shelley and Dundee are explored in BBC Radio Scotland documentary
Michael Alexander tunes in to a new BBC Radio Scotland documentary airing today which examines the close links between Frankenstein author Mary Shelley and Dundee.
A Second World War veteran who pulled bodies out of the River Tay after seven fully-laden paratroopers dropped to their deaths during an exercise 75 years ago has spoken of the “sadness” he experienced after the recovery operation.
As young people from Dundee star in a film promoting Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018, Michael Alexander went behind the scenes for an exclusive look at the film-making process.
Young people from Tayside and Fife feature in two events at the heart of a festival described as “arguably the most exciting thing in Scottish theatre at the moment”.