Michael Alexander meets staff and students at Perth College UHI which has been voted the number one university to study music business in the UK.
From the East Neuk to Skye: How former printer Keith Fergus turned his photography hobby into a full-time living
Former printer Keith Fergus talks to Michael Alexander about his move in to full-time freelance photography and writing– a journey that has taken him everywhere from the East Neuk of Fife to Skye.
With dozens of jobs at risk in a National Trust for Scotland restructure, concerns have been expressed about the impact, reports Michael Alexander
‘Library closures are the death of civilisation’, warns global bestseller Peter May ahead of Perth talk
Global bestseller Peter May will be talking about his latest book I’ll Keep You Safe in Perth on January 17. Michael Alexander chatted to him about his career, Brexit - and his anger over library closures.
As it approaches its 150th anniversary, the world's longest running women's weekly magazine is looking for stories from its "friends". Michael Alexander reports
Is the Carrie Gracie “unlawful pay discrimination” case likely to be the tip of the iceberg? Michael Alexander reports.
Is new Army recruitment campaign a vital reflection of modern society or ‘political correctness gone mad’?
Is a new Army recruitment campaign essential to reflect modern society or is it ‘political correctness gone mad’? Michael Alexander reports.
NASA space scientist Dr Sue Lederer, who recently embarked on an educational visit to Fife, tells Michael Alexander why human-made space debris are a reminder of Earth's fragility - and a potential hinder to longer-term human progress in space.
Will a 25p charge change Britain’s throwaway coffee cup culture and improve recycling rates? Michael Alexander and Gayle Ritchie report.
Michael Alexander meets Dundee man Dave Finlayson who fears waiting to travel to Switzerland to end his life could mean he might not be well enough to go.