Dynamic piping duo Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton are no strangers to Perth Concert Hall.
Garry Bridge 50th anniversary: Former Perthshire workers talk about the trials and tribulations of construction
As the Garry Bridge in Perthshire marks its 50th anniversary, Michael Alexander meets former workers who helped with its construction from 1967-69.
From a 6000-mile trek, being nanny to Prince William and having his life story bought by Brad Pitt, Michael Alexander profiles Conservative leadership candidate Rory Stewart, who has family links to Perthshire and Angus.
Kirkcaldy linen company helps celebrate Mary Queen of Scots at exclusive Edinburgh Castle fashion show
Kirkcaldy-based Peter Greig & Co Ltd – the country’s last linen manufacturer – has contributed to an exclusive fashion show celebrating Mary Queen of Scots. Michael Alexander reports.
Ahead of a new BBC Scotland charity bake sale contest programme, Three Sisters Bake entrepreneur and series judge Nichola Reith reveals to Michael Alexander the influence of her granny’s Kirriemuir sweet shop in deciding upon her chosen career.
Singer Barbara Dickson reveals ‘deep connection’ with history of Dunfermline in BBC Radio Scotland programme
Michael Alexander previews a BBC Radio Scotland programme which sees singer Barbara Dickson return to her Dunfermline roots where she reminisces about childhood influences.
Findlay Napier and award-winning Megan Henwood to perform as folk duo at Clarks on Lindsay Street in Dundee
Dundee’s Clarks on Lindsay Street will play host to Scottish folk singer Findlay Napier on March 13 when he performs as a duo with folk singer Megan Henwood, who won the BBC Young Persons Folk Award in 2009.
He has recently enjoyed a hit 26-night sell-out run at The Fringeworld Festival in Perth, Western Australia.
The funeral has taken place of 98-year-old retired Fife hairdresser Arthur Nevay who devoted his life to preserving social history in the heart of West Fife’s former mining communities.
Dundee International Women’s Centre at 50: Meet the women breaking down the barriers at a ‘home from home’
Michael Alexander visited Dundee International Women’s Centre (DIWC) which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week.