As a high quality advert promoting The Courier hits cinema and TV screens, Michael Alexander joined the cast and crew for an exclusive 'behind the scenes' look at the film-making process.
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.
Have remakes of Are You Being Served? and Porridge left you feeling stale? Or are they a welcome return to the classic sitcoms of a golden era? Michael Alexander looks at the mixed reaction to the launch of the BBC’s Sitcom Season.
Quidditch, the ‘sport of warlocks’, is the premier pastime of the fictional Harry Potter wizarding world. But it’s also caught on amongst broom stick riding students at St Andrews University, discovers Michael Alexander.
As the Scottish BAFTA winning film Tommy’s Honour receives its UK premiere in St Andrews - the Home of Golf - Michael Alexander speaks to the film’s American producer Jim Kreutzer about the powerfully moving true tale of St Andrews-born father and son golfing legends ‘Old’ Tom and ‘Young’ Tommy Morris, who pioneered the modern game.
Hollywood glamour arrived in St Andrews on Friday night as stars of the eagerly-awaited movie Tommy’s Honour attended its UK premiere at the town’s NPH Cinema.
The astonishing decades-long quest by a Dundee man to reunite his family of 17 siblings will be told in a BBC Scotland programme. Michael Alexander reports.
As festive film classic It's A Wonderful Life celebrates its 70th anniversary, Michael Alexander examines its timeless appeal and asks - what it would take for 2016 to have a similarly happy ending?
Two Doors Down comedy actors Doon Mackichan and Jonathan Watson on their love – for Courier Country!
Michael Alexander speaks to comedy actors and on-screen married couple Doon Mackichan and Jonathan Watson about the new series of BBC Scotland comedy Two Doors Down - and their connections to Dundee and Fife.
As TV programme makers reveal they want to build a model railway across 74 miles of the Great Glen, Michael Alexander investigates the appeal.