They've already gained the reputation of being one of Scotland's funkiest groups.
Hamish Stuart has a sneaking suspicion that his links to Aberdeen might be closer than listed on his birth certificate.
It's one of the most keenly anticipated literary contests in Scotland.
Organisers of a new Doric competition are preparing to reveal the winners at a special awards ceremony next month.
It’s 50 years ago this week since the death of the man who brought Oor Wullie and The Broons to life
He was the modest man who breathed life into such unforgettable characters as Oor Wullie, The Broons and Desperate Dan.
They're three Scots with a can-can-do attitude and they were involved in celebrating the 13oth anniversary of the Moulin Rouge.
Here’s the picture which proves that Jon S Baird has spent nearly 40 years bringing Laurel and Hardy to the silver screen.
A poignant television documentary will tell the story of an Aberdeen dance teacher who inspired scores of north-east youngsters to take to the floor.
Jon Baird remembers watching ET as an enthralled 10-year-old at Peterhead cinema in 1983.
KT Tunstall has been one of Britain’s most successful singer-songwriters of the last 15 years and is continuing to blaze a trail in the music industry.
There are some film roles which can be as much of a curse as a blessing and when Peter Fonda, who has died of cancer aged 79, burst to screen prominence in Easy Rider, it was a part which he found he could never eclipse.
It's a portrait of a British monarch whom many members of the public don't even recognise.
Susan Boyle is ready to hit the road again with a series of concerts across Scotland in 2020.
He is the north-east teenager who has combined the technical wizardry of Nick Park with the heroes from the Marvel canon to stunning effect.
They were beloved the world over for getting into “another fine mess”, whether painfully pushing a piano up a driveway or joining the Foreign Legion.
A north-east film-maker has unveiled the trailer for his new movie, Stan and Ollie, which chronicles the life of world-famous comedians Laurel and Hardy.
A leading Scottish movie-maker has backed a new Doric film competition which is taking place in 2019.
As somebody who visited Captain Tom's recording studio in Aberdeen many times, there was a sense of nostalgia attached to attending their 20th anniversary night on Saturday.
He’s dreaming of a white Christmas and there’s no sign of a Bye Bye from the effervescent Les McKeown.
They are the north-east duo with a rising reputation in the global film industry.
Making the leap from page to stage are Scotland’s best-loved clan, The Broons.
It is one of the more outlandish competitions taking place in the north east this weekend.
It was an occasion which always promised to provide a turnip for the books.
An award-winning Aberdeen wildlife filmmaker is producing a new documentary, which will follow an experimental human wolf pack in the Scottish Highlands.
If rollicking and raucous Christmas shows are not quite right for your little ones, there's a delightful and enchanting alternative being staged at Aberdeen's Lemon Tree.
It’s the Marmite of music: the annual Eurovision Song Contest, which truly is a love-it or loathe-it event.