Ahead of a new TV documentary series following Scotland’s paramedics, a Fife mum tells Michael Alexander how her half-drowned son was saved by the ‘unsung heroes’ of the Scottish Ambulance Service, while Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance, based at Perth, gives an insight into its life-saving role.
‘Andrew Carnegie was very important when I was growing up,’ says Barbara Dickson ahead of Dunfermline concert
Ahead of a special concert in Dunfermline, Scots singer Barbara Dickson tells Michael Alexander why she’s thrilled to be going back to her roots.
FEATURE: Why 1980s children’s TV legend Johnny Ball is still ‘thinking of numbers’ ahead of Dundee University talk
Ahead of an event at Dundee University, legendary 1980s children’s TV presenter Johnny Ball tells Michael Alexander why he still wants children to ‘open their minds’ to maths and science.
As V&A Dundee celebrates its first birthday, The Courier takes a look at the romance between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
‘Saturated’ Dundee hotel market making it difficult for B&B owners to compete for V&A visitors, it’s claimed
The construction of new hotels in Dundee to cater for visitors to the £80.1 million V&A has made it more difficult for bed and breakfast owners in the city to compete for customers, it has been claimed.
Award winning film-maker and previous Scottish Album of the Year shortlist nominee Adam Stafford will be returning to Newport on Saturday September 14 at the latest event organised by Newport-based musician and Dundee school teacher Dominic Venditozzi.
Ahead of his appearance at the latest Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer in Kirkcaldy, author Ian Rankin tells Michael Alexander how he's "definitely slowing down as he gets older" - but is looking forward to getting down to writing again after a year off.
A Cupar Scout Leader and college employee has become an unlikely music star in the latest video by Brit Award winning rock band Keane.
FEATURE: Dundee Rep would be ‘nothing without the people’, say staff as theatre celebrates 80th anniversary
As Dundee Rep celebrates its 80th anniversary, Michael Alexander hears from staff about how the theatre is helping to shape the world through ideas and stories.
He is the singer-songwriter best known for a decade as the principal songwriter of Scottish alt-pop darlings, Kid Canaveral.