Michael Alexander speaks to National Library of Scotland senior map curator Christopher Fleet about a forthcoming talk in Pitlochry about military maps.
20 years on, why Dundee Contemporary Arts remains ‘local in intention and international in ambition’
As Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) celebrates its 20th anniversary, Michael Alexander discovers the arts centre remains true to its original vision.
Michael Alexander hears why there’s something for everyone at the new Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt exhibition which opens at the V&A Dundee on April 20.
As the new Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL) season kicks off on Sunday February 10, Michael Alexander speaks to several Tayside officials - and the Scottish women's game's executive officer - about the rise of ladies’ football and the future of the game.
A leading Scottish artist has found surprise inspiration in the Tayside countryside after taking a trip through the Angus glens.
He is the multiple Ivor Novello and Mobo Award winning pop superstar who rose to fame singing vocals on Re-Rewind (The Crowd Say Bo Selecta) by English garage group Artful Dodger.
Tayside and NE Fife children’s cancer charity TCCL on the ball as it celebrates its 25th anniversary
As Dundee-based children’s cancer charity TCCL holds its 25th anniversary ball, Michael Alexander speaks to some of those who know its ‘immeasurable worth’ from personal and professional experience.
Prestigious Tokyo exhibition keeps St Andrews’ role in the development of Scottish photography in the frame
Michael Alexander hears how a prestigious museum in Japan is keeping St Andrews’ 'forgotten' role in the development of Scottish photography in the frame.
Michael Alexander meets young St Andrews man Lewis Hazel who is raising money and awareness of mental health issues after the community was rocked by the tragic death of two of his former schoolmates.
‘Don’t let prejudice win’, Jewish-German refugee Henry Wuga who survived the Holocaust warns Tayside pupils
Michael Alexander meets former Jewish-German refugee Henry Wuga who escaped the Holocaust on the Kindertransport only to be wrongly accused of being a spy after evacuation to Perthshire during the Second World War.