Alexander Armstrong has stepped in to host Bruce’s Hall Of Fame. The man who seems to be everywhere talks to Kate Whiting about his crazy year
Having spent an evening listening to Sir Ranulph Fiennes at Aberdeen's Music Hall on Friday night, it is abundantly clear that the celebrated adventurer should have been dead for some time now. The incredible feats of bravery, physical endurance and downright stupidity he has voluntarily put himself through are staggering, and should probably have seen him locked up for his own good. But that would have denied a packed audience the chance to hear this inspiring individual recount tales of record-breaking polar expeditions, near-death experiences and winning a race with Nasa to discover a lost city.
James Rampton enjoys a yap with comedian Alan Carr
Deacon Blue rolled into Aberdeen on Saturday night to play the penultimate concert of their current British tour.
Brian Donaldson speaks to chatty man Alan Carr as he prepares to bring his Yap, Yap, Yap! tour to the Granite City
The wonderfully acerbic comedian Rich Hall is about to come on stage, and he would like your undivided attention, writes James Rampton
James Rampton caught up with Andy Parsons ahead of the comedian’s visit to Aberdeen
You wouldn't normally expect to find a lobster in your local park. But if you go down to the woods this summer, you could be in for a big surprise, writes Liam Creedon
Sophie Ellis Bextor, 35, is about to step back on to the dance floor for the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special. The singer talks to Carrie Gregory about why she will have a lot more fun on the show this time around and why 2014 has been a great year for her
Intrepid explorer and beloved Python Michael Palin is about to go around the country in 20-ish dates, writes Martin Hutchinson