Barack Obama made a surprise appearance in St Andrews this morning, taking to the Old Course for a round of golf.
Michael Alexander examines the legacy of the critically acclaimed Black Watch play as it celebrates its 10th anniversary. A young man wearing a brown leather jacket steps timidly onto the stage, his eyes caught like rabbits in a headlight as he peers out at the audience seated before him.
Trying to think of the perfect gift this festive season?
Police searching for missing Fife serviceman Corrie McKeague have been unable to locate the 23-year-old's mobile phone, it has been reported.
Climate crisis brings ‘challenge and opportunity’, says new chief executive of Fife Coast and Countryside Trust
Michael Alexander speaks to the new chief executive of Fife Coast and Countryside Trust Jeremy Harris about the challenges ahead and his vision for the future.
As the UK’s new £3.1 billion aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth docks at its home port of Portsmouth for the first time after undergoing extensive sea trials, Michael Alexander looks back at the scale of the project which saw the vessel set sail from Rosyth at the end of June.
A Fife RAF serviceman who has been missing for a month may have been spotted heading towards his base, police said.
This year marks a century since the horror of the First World War finally ended.
As the nation prepares for two minutes of silence on Armistice Day, a BBC Scotland radio documentary explores the role of Anstruther and Perth musicians who contributed to a musical composition written to mark 100 years since the end of the Battle of the Somme. Michael Alexander reports.
A conference taking place at St Andrews University next month will shed new light on Scotland’s centuries-old relationship with Flanders, learns Michael Alexander. Migration has never been far from the news over the past decade whether it’s been issues surrounding the numbers of eastern Europeans settling in Scotland or debate over the number of refugees we should or shouldn’t take from Syria.