Michael Alexander speaks to Be Charlotte singer-songwriter Charlotte Brimner, from Dundee, who will be on the bill for this weekend’s 3D-Festival at Slessor Gardens to celebrate the opening of the V&A.
As Helen Sykes - the chief executive of Helm - is named winner of the IOD Tayside Regional Director of the Year award, Michael Alexander hears how close collaboration in Dundee is improving prospects for hundreds of young people each year.
The incoming Bishop of Brechin has expressed “sadness” that one of the largest churches in Edinburgh has voted to split from the Scottish Episcopal Church amid tensions over its decision to become the first Anglican body in the UK to endorse same sex marriage.
One year on from the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, Dr Matthew Ward, senior history lecturer at Dundee University, predicts that the second year of the Trump presidency promises to be “even more eventful” than the first.
In the first of a special three-part series following the announcement that the Dundee Michelin plant faces closure in 2020, Michael Alexander visited Ballymena in Northern Ireland to find out how the community there is coping with the recent closure of their Michelin factory which led to the loss of 840 highly skilled jobs.