Michael Alexander chats to Dundee journalist Steve Finan whose labour of love has been finding ‘new’ old pictures of 42 Scottish football grounds for a new book.
From the Detroit Red Wings to the New York Rangers, it's a sport embraced by millions of fans across the world - and one worth billions to the economies of the US and Canada.
As World Parkinson's Day approaches, Michael Alexander meets Perth woman Joy Milne – the retired Dundee-raised nurse who can ‘smell’ Parkinson’s disease and who now also hopes to ‘smell’ TB in Tanzania.
Lights, camera, action…meet Perthshire’s one man film star, writer, producer, director and cameraman!
Michael Alexander speaks to Haston McLaren –a Perthshire writer, producer, film star and cameraman whose movie debut has been sent to the Cannes Film Festival.
The return of Paul Sturrock to Tannadice, should give crucial pointers to where the club is going wrong on the pitch, and how to fix things.
As the latest online computer gaming craze Fortnite sweeps the globe, Michael Alexander speaks to an Abertay University expert in Dundee about claims video games are addictive and a danger to health.
RAF100: Record breaking pilot reveals senior officers were ‘pole-axed’ by the closure of RAF Leuchars
As the RAF celebrates its 100th birthday, Michael Alexander speaks to former RAF Leuchars personnel about what the Royal Air Force means to them.
Should virtual reality (VR) be at the heart of education in Scotland's schools? Michael Alexander reports.
Could "lost treasure” – including the relics of Scotland’s patron saint – lie hidden beneath the ruins of St Andrews Cathedral - or is the suggestion a misguided dream? Michael Alexander speaks to an author and researcher who hopes to solve a 500-year-old mystery.
When Dundee businessman Ron Mitchell was asked to carry out a restoration project on the Somme battlefield in northern France, he saw for the first time where his late-grandfather had been badly injured during the First World War. Michael Alexander reports.