Michael Alexander speaks to comedy actors and on-screen married couple Doon Mackichan and Jonathan Watson about the new series of BBC Scotland comedy Two Doors Down - and their connections to Dundee and Fife.
From cheeseburger tycoon Bob Servant to Queen Victoria, set-jetting fans are being encouraged to walk in the Courier Country footsteps of their TV heroes.
Broughty Ferry writer Neil Forysth has been nominated for a top award for his television work.
Wacaday legend Timmy Mallett has told how a macaroni pie-fuelled cycle trip through Tayside has provided inspiration for “Mallett’s Palette”.
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.
Sky Arts has debuted the first trailer for Urban Myths – an upcoming comedy based on modern folklore stories that place celebrities in bizarre situations.
A well-loved Broughty Ferry cafe, which was used as a location in the Bob Servant TV series, is to close after a decade of business.
Self-styled local hero Bob Servant is set to make an appearance at Dundee High School on Friday as part of an event to raise funds for the school’s new centre for performing arts.