As Neil Oliver prepares to share his love of the British Isles with Scottish audiences, he tells Caroline Lindsay about some of the places where the spirit of the past seems to linger.
As My Weekly’s Helping Hand Appeal reaches its £1million milestone, Sally Rodger tells Caroline Lindsay how it all started
As Elizabeth Newman takes on the role as artistic director at Pitlochry Festival theatre, Caroline Lindsay discovers she has big plans for the future of the theatre in the hills.
A Dundee librarian has taken her love of books one step further by writing her own award-winning short stories, discovers Caroline Lindsay
Photographer Graham Miller tells Caroline Lindsay about the unique photo agency he is setting up to challenge our perception of ‘normal.’
As Baby Loss Awareness Week continues, maternity and neonatal bereavement counsellor Daryl Mallis tells Caroline Lindsay why it’s time to break the silence on this sensitive subject.
Ahead of his first ever theatre tour, which includes dates in Courier Country next week, intrepid TV adventurer Simon Reeve shares some of his exhilarating experiences with Caroline Lindsay
Author Ralph Skea hopes his latest book will shed new light on Vincent van Gogh's paintings and his enigmatic personality. By Caroline Lindsay
A new book celebrates the life and work of 19th Century doctor and photographer John Adamson of St Andrews. One of the authors, Dr Morrison-Low, puts Caroline Lindsay in the picture.
When Julia Swann moved in to her 1930s house a few years ago, the front door had a broken stained glass panel. An estimate of around £500 for the repair inspired Julia to think about fixing it herself. With this in mind, she took glass lessons.