As the Beano celebrates its 80th birthday, Michael Alexander speaks to Horace Panter - the bass player from legendary 1980s ska band The Specials – whose paintings form part of a special exhibition in Dundee.
Michael Alexander speaks to National Library of Scotland senior map curator Christopher Fleet about a forthcoming talk in Pitlochry about military maps.
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.
There was success for Courier Country businesses at the prestigious Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2018 on Thursday night.
Cameron McNeish: Documentary embarks upon a road less travelled up Scotland’s rugged Atlantic west coast
Michael Alexander previews a two-part BBC Two Adventure Show documentary in which renowned Scottish writer and mountaineer Cameron McNeish journeys up Scotland’s dramatic western seaboard.
‘More relevant than ever’, says chief executive as Royal Scottish Geographical Society celebrates 10 years in Perth
As the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS) marks its first decade in Perth on September 6, Michael Alexander speaks to chief executive Mike Robinson about its relevance in the modern world.
As concerns mount over the long term mental health impact of smart phone technology and social media on young minds - or the so-called 'i-Gen' generation - Michael Alexander asks if is it time for mobile phones to be completely banned from schools?
A new BBC documentary examines the legacy of Scotland’s infamous journey to the 1978 World Cup in Argentina. Michael Alexander kicked off proceedings by taking a sneak peak.
Michael Alexander visits Fort George – current home of The Black Watch - as the historic monument and still active army barracks marks its 250th anniversary.
Deliverance from evil: How Satan-fearing Scots used apotropaic marks to ward off ‘evil spirits’ in the home
As Halloween approaches, Fife Council archaeologist Douglas Speirs talks about local efforts made to ward off ‘evil spirits’ in centuries gone by...