What’s in a name? That famous question posed by Juliet to Romeo comes in a play by William Shakespeare whose title is in fact relatively self-explanatory – but stories aren’t always so true to their name.
Party atmosphere as celebrities including Bill Murray and Hugh Grant hit Courier Country for Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
Celebrities from the world of film, TV and sport teed off in Tayside and Fife on Thursday alongside Europe’s Ryder Cup heroes.
I have relatives who toasted white supremacists of the US south. The moment occurred decades ago, according to a family tale, a story only recounted once, and in disgust. That it was all a long time ago is the point – we forget our sins.
The hosts of BBC radio's flagship film show have been left puzzled by the "weird" behaviour of a Perthshire cinema goer.
A massive mural has gone up on the side of a Dundee brewery featuring a well-known super villain.
You know those programmes and films that you love so much you can’t help but quote them in everyday life? Well it turns out everyone has one of those.
Protagonists in books, films and TV are generally viewed in a positive light – but what if the audience could change perspective and view these stories from other characters’ points of view?
A Dundee BMX champion whose life story is being made into a film starring music star Ludacris has helped launch an adoption appeal.
The Derwent Pencil Museum opened its doors in 1981, telling the story of the humble pencil - from its graphite beginnings to its use in modern day schools.
This year’s Outwith Festival has been given the seal of approval by a Hollywood star.