As Courier Country basks in the afterglow of high profile international movie productions such as period drama Outlander and historical epic The Outlaw King, Michael Alexander asks if the area can further benefit from the film and TV industry in future.
Popular TV programmes and films shot in Courier country have injected around £5 million into the local economy, according to a new report.
A one-woman play which received rave reviews at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe will take place at the Dundee Rep Theatre tonight.
British TV series such as Poldark, Downton Abbey and The Crown are adding millions to the UK tourism economy, according to a new report.
Concern over diesel emissions and a growing backlash against the fuel has led to major discounts, research has found.
A filmmaker who worked on Outlander will have his first animated feature premiered at a top Scottish festival, after spending three years on its creation.
MAP: Outlander locations take centre stage as Tayside and Fife’s TV role is celebrated in Scottish tourism guide
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.
It's official: people love Dundee.
Some of the country's best known folk singers will take part in a production commemorating the end of the Great War in Dundee.
Something about the euphoria that greeted Scotland’s new flavour-of-the-month status in British tourism made me shudder.