Could the dualling of the A9 - part of a £3 billion upgrade of the Perth to Inverness road - put the Killiecrankie battlefield at risk? Michael Alexander reports.
Michael Alexander spent an evening with Hospital Radio Perth to find out how it helps make patients’ stay at Perth Royal Infirmary more enjoyable.
When it was reported recently that a giant iceberg twice the size of Luxembourg has broken off an ice shelf on the Antarctic peninsula and is now adrift in the Weddell Sea, it was not much of a surprise to freelance wildlife and documentary cameraman Doug Allan.
A hero sailor from Perth has been recognised for his “outstanding work” averting a potential bomb disaster near a primary school.
The distinguished and sometimes tragic story of Black Watch soldiers in the 20th century is being explored in the new official authoritative history of Scotland's oldest Highland regiment. Michael Alexander spoke to the author.
Michael Alexander meets staff and students at Perth College UHI which has been voted the number one university to study music business in the UK.
One of the UK’s most recognised and controversial comedians is coming to the Birnam Arts and Craft Centre on Monday September 26.
Award-winning Perth businessman Iain Hutchison tells Michael Alexander why he likes nothing better than getting behind the stick of his replica Spitfire and taking it for a spin from Perth Airport.
As a festival in Kinross marks the 450th anniversary of Mary Queen of Scots’ abdication and imprisonment at Loch Leven Castle, tourism chiefs hope more people will visit sites associated with the tragic monarch throughout Scotland - including sites in Tayside and Fife. Michael Alexander reports.
Ahead of its screening in Courier Country cinemas, Michael Alexander speaks to Robbie Fraser, the director of Hamish - a movie which charts the life of Perthshire-born war hero, poet and songwriter Hamish Henderson