Michael Alexander speaks to the director of Dundee University Operatic Society Neil Lavin - and finds him to be in fine voice!
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design
Ahead of its launch, Michael Alexander finds out about Weave by Abertay - a new initiative dedicated to creating a vibrant programme of cultural events across Dundee.
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.
As Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits cinemas, Michael Alexander explores the unrivalled links between the Star Wars universe and Tayside/Fife.
After studying photography at the Royal College of Art, Dundee-raised Ken Sharp went on to become a well-known rock and celebrity photographer, creating portraits of famous people for many top magazines such as FHM, Q and Rolling Stone. Michael Alexander met him at home in St Andrews.
A Dundee art student was left "gutted" after a callous thief made off with her beloved bicycle - which was bought secondhand for just £5.
Courier Country's biggest festival celebrating the great and the good of all things "nerd" is gearing up to take place on Saturday.
Michael Alexander speaks to a Dundee-trained artist and football fan who has immortalised a season’s worth of sacked football managers in paint.
A Dundee student is turning to members of the public to help redesign and reinvigorate the Seabraes Yards.
Michael Alexander speaks to Dundee University’s Professor Chris Murray – the world’s first professor of comic studies – who was inspired growing up amongst the comics heritage of Dundee.