An Angus-raised wine maker known as ‘The Flying Scot’ features in the final part of a BBC radio series on Scottish convivial history.
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45th anniversary: New documentary celebrates the Tayside roots of white soul meisters The Average White Band
Forty-five years on, a new BBC Radio Scotland documentary charts the Tayside roots of 1970s funk and soul meisters The Average White Band, who conquered America and remain legends to this day. Michael Alexander reports.
Green MSPs have united with MEPs from Labour and the SNP in a bid to discover if the UK can legally change its mind on Brexit and stay part of the European Union.
Michael Alexander speaks to Newport-based broadcaster Billy Kay as he celebrates the Scots drouth for fine wine across the centuries in a new BBC Radio Scotland series.
Police Scotland's failure to properly respond to more than 200 calls for help is not connected to the force's decision to axe some of its call centres, a senior officer has said.
The SNP is investigating complaints of sexual misconduct as an urgent meeting of Scotland's party leaders has been called amid allegations of harassment at Holyrood.
A controversial decision to allow women in Scotland to take abortion pills at home has been welcomed by the man who pushed for the procedure to be made legal 50 years ago.
Controversial "Glasgow Effect" artist Ellie Harrison has said she "didn't need the money", after taking £15,000 from the public purse for her project.
The remarkable connections between Hawaii and Courier Country are explored in a new BBC Radio Scotland documentary presented by Newport-based broadcaster Billy Kay. Michael Alexander took an early listen.
The close association between Angus ports and the transatlantic slave trade is revealed in a BBC radio documentary hosted by Newport-based broadcaster Billy Kay. Michael Alexander reports.