Dundee-born actor Brian Cox is to star as Winston Churchill in a new film exploring the run-up to the D-Day landings.
Does terrorism work? Ahead of a talk at Dundee Literary Festival, renowned international terrorism expert Professor Richard English of Queen's University Belfast and St Andrews University speaks to Michael Alexander about one of the most challenging issues of the 21st century.
One hundred years ago, and against all odds, the James Caird - a lifeboat named after one of Dundee’s wealthiest jute barons - helped rescue the crew of an ill-fated Antarctic expedition. Michael Alexander explores the history.
Sharm el-Sheikh flights suspension: Dundee holidaymaker says information thin on the ground in Egypt
A Dundee holidaymaker stuck in Egypt says tourists still does not know when they will be able to fly home.
An RAF serviceman has been accused of raping a woman at a Dundee hotel more than a year ago.
It was an epic battle between a creative genius at the forefront of Britain’s pioneering computer game industry and a self-styled moral crusader in the USA.
Surviving against all odds – ‘That had been our fear during the night- to be carried out to sea without any water’
He had Dundee to thank for building the RRS Discovery which helped to launch his career during the heroic age of Antarctic exploration.
A large-scale search for an elderly Dundee man missing in Yorkshire has been called off following the discovery of a body.
Ahead of a lecture at Dundee University, award-winning foreign correspondent Christina Lamb talks about Afghanistan, refugees, and why Britain should learn lessons from its military involvement in the Middle East.
Actor Joseph Fiennes says he wishes people had been able to watch his pulled television portrayal of Michael Jackson – which was written by Broughty Ferry author Neil Forsyth.