The mother of a Perthshire Black Watch soldier who took his own life after returning from combat in Afghanistan has been left “heartbroken all over again” after Coronation Street’s harrowing suicide storyline.
‘Don’t be macho – get yourselves checked’, says Fife prostate cancer survivor ahead of TV documentary
A Fife grandfather has called for greater testing of men over 50 for prostate cancer after a “fluke” led to him being diagnosed before the disease had a chance to spread.
As churchgoer numbers continue to fall in Scotland, is Christianity in crisis? Michael Alexander reports.
Michael Alexander chats to Dundee journalist Steve Finan whose labour of love has been finding ‘new’ old pictures of 42 Scottish football grounds for a new book.
Lights, camera, action…meet Perthshire’s one man film star, writer, producer, director and cameraman!
Michael Alexander speaks to Haston McLaren –a Perthshire writer, producer, film star and cameraman whose movie debut has been sent to the Cannes Film Festival.
As the latest online computer gaming craze Fortnite sweeps the globe, Michael Alexander speaks to an Abertay University expert in Dundee about claims video games are addictive and a danger to health.
Should virtual reality (VR) be at the heart of education in Scotland's schools? Michael Alexander reports.
Could "lost treasure” – including the relics of Scotland’s patron saint – lie hidden beneath the ruins of St Andrews Cathedral - or is the suggestion a misguided dream? Michael Alexander speaks to an author and researcher who hopes to solve a 500-year-old mystery.
As the countdown continues to the new General Data Protection Regulation being enforced throughout the EU at the end of May, Michael Alexander looks at what’s being done by organisations to prepare.
As ‘post-apocalyptic’ images show thousands of dead sea creatures washed up on UK beaches, Michael Alexander looks at the reasons.