Frankenstein’s Monster is to be brought back to life for a new generation of Dundee schoolchildren.
A new BBC documentary examines the legacy of Scotland’s infamous journey to the 1978 World Cup in Argentina. Michael Alexander kicked off proceedings by taking a sneak peak.
From Dundee United promotion to opening of V&A Dundee, the hopes and aspirations in Courier Country for 2018
As 2017 slips into the annals of history, what can we expect from 2018? Michael Alexander spoke to prominent people across Tayside and Fife to find out what they hope the new year will bring.
An Angus-raised wine maker known as ‘The Flying Scot’ features in the final part of a BBC radio series on Scottish convivial history.
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.
A new BBC Two Scotland documentary sees Dundee-raised Hollywood actor Brian Cox discover the fascinating stories of Scots who made Russia their own. Michael Alexander reports.
Recent times have been tough for Dundee United, but exactly 30 years ago, the club were completing one of football’s most famous doubles – beating the mighty Barcelona in both legs of a UEFA Cup tie that set them on their way to the final. Michael Alexander speaks to fans about their memories.
The experiences of people growing up in Dundee over the past century feature prominently in a new BBC Scotland documentary. Michael Alexander reports.
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.