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His arrival and departure from this world reads like the script from an overly dramatic, modern-day soap.
It's a movie event which features everything from comedies to sci-fi and whodunnits to cartoons.
Peter May has himself sold million of books and had his works translated into 32 languages.
One of Scotland's most highly-acclaimed young jazz groups will perform in Moray next month.
We've only been on the phone for a few moments and already Paul Carrack is talking about some of the biggest names in pop history.
They're three Scots with a can-can-do attitude and they were involved in celebrating the 13oth anniversary of the Moulin Rouge.
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.
He's the Scottish author who has sold million of books and whose works have been translated into 32 languages.
Sunset Song is regularly voted Scotland’s favourite book in public polls, is acclaimed across the world, and remains the most evocative work ever written about the Mearns.
It is the first image from the new blockbuster film featuring Karen Gillan, who appears alongside silver screen legend Harrison Ford.
Following a tough competition, The Victorian Market has selected a winner for its 2020 calendar.
It has everything from fashion icons to fearsome monsters, and antique troves to ancient documents.
They started out as a little publishing company in Dingwall.
He’s the Scottish star who made his big breakthrough in Britain’s Got Talent.
An engagement project hosted by Aberdeen City Council invited nearly 400 youngsters to share their vision for Union Street.
She was the world's first female film-maker who helped transform attitudes in the movie industry.
It's a story which demonstrates that art has no boundaries and crosses all oceans.
Call the Midwife star Helen George heads to the Highlands with psychological thriller My Cousin Rachel
Alluring, exotic and unconventional, it would appear Countess Rachel Sangalletti is not to be messed with.
The largest group of drawings by Leonardo da Vinci ever shown in Scotland forms a new exhibition opening on Friday.
The organisers of Aberdeen's international comedy festival have said it will return “bigger and better” in 2020.
Over the weekend, Braemar will host a stellar cast of names from the world of fashion, led by Justine Picardie, editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar.
From grey and green ladies to corpses hidden in walls, you can follow a trail of hauntings and terrifying tales through the castles and grand houses of the Aberdeenshire and Moray.
A charity movie festival will take place at the Belmont Filmhouse in Aberdeen next month.
South Uist stalwart, Jimmy Hutchison, is being inducted into Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame
Jimmy Hutchison is one of Scotland’s most distinctive and idiosyncratic musicians.
He was the Aberdeen photographer who gained global exposure for his images of rugged landscapes, resplendent scenery and royalty.
John Cooper Clarke lives life in razor-sharp focus.
Joe and Helen Hammill have never been interested in following the herd or pursuing low ambitions.
He has been nicknamed 'The Man with the Golden Voice' and there won't be many music aficionados who haven't heard Paul Carrack bring a lyric to life.
A giant wall has been transformed into a riot of colour after primary school pupils from Culter School in Peterculter teamed up with an artistic resident from Eastleigh Care Home.
A drab wall has been transformed into a vibrant canvas by an inter-generational team of pensioners and schoolchildren.
Thousands of visitors have been flocking to the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh to see a major exhibition which lifts the lid on an intriguing story – how Scotland came to be seen by the rest of the world as a country that’s wild, majestic and romantic.
An Aberdeen theatre which beams its Hogmanay celebrations around the world has revealed this year's line-up.