YouTube star Joe Sugg’s success on Strictly Come Dancing goes from strength to strength, after his dancing in the show’s quarter-final inspired a wonderful copycat routine from a group of young fans.
Actress Lena Dunham has shared a picture of herself in her hospital bed after having her left ovary removed.
Still Game fans will get to see the final series of the comedy show when it airs on the new BBC Scotland channel in February.
Rebecca Humphries has thanked supporters for the “electric storm of kindness” she received after the Strictly Come Dancing kiss scandal.
Sir Ian McKellen will celebrate his 80th birthday with an 80-date tour of the UK in support of regional theatre.
Ahead of McGonagall’s Chronicles (Which Will Be Remembered For a Very Long Time) arriving at Dundee Rep on March 31, multi-award winning writer/performer Gary McNair talks to Michael Alexander about his “love” for the notorious poet William Topaz McGonagall.
Lord Charles Bruce gives Michael Alexander a tour of Fife's Broomhall House - ancestral home of the Bruce clan which has been opened up to high-end guests for the first time - and explains why politics continue influencing the famous Scottish dynasty.
James Yorkston: How the ‘freedom’ of Fife’s East Neuk helped forge a musical and cultural phenomenon
As Tae Sup wi' a Fifer returns with another eclectic line-up in Kirkcaldy, East Neuk-based event founder and musician James Yorkston speaks to Michael Alexander about his Fence Collective roots and how his recent ventures have grown from strength-to-strength.
Television presenter Ant McPartlin has mounted a defence after being told off by a High Court judge for failing to attend a preliminary hearing of a divorce court fight over money with his estranged wife.
Dundee is taking to the world stage and heads are turning. The spotlight is on the City of Discovery and tourism enquiry lines are running hot. So is the excitement, as the much-anticipated V&A Dundee opens in just 100 days, on September 15. So why visit Dundee? We look at 100 reasons while features writer Gayle Ritchie talks to Tristram Hunt, director of the V&A in London, about his hopes for the Scottish innovation.