Conservative former prime minister David Cameron will be grilled by veteran BBC journalist John Humphrys to mark the publication of the politician’s long-awaited autobiography, his publisher said.
A north-east man who suffered horrific injuries in a crash has written a book about his recovery.
A new collection of stories about RAF Nimrod aircrafts housed in Kinloss for many years has been released.
A rare book printed nearly 150 years ago has been donated to the historic Aberdeen organisation which helped created it.
For decades upon decades, generations of north-east men toiled their lives away in miserable conditions deep within quarries to unearth the stone that gave the Granite City its name.
An author who witnessed the collapse of the Twin Towers from her workplace in New York visited Aberdeen last night to explain how the experience has shaped her life and her work.
It became the final resting place of Scotland’s most loyal dog and was often looted by nefarious body snatchers throughout the 19th century.
A heritage group has unearthed fascinating photos that give an insight into the lives of Aberdeen fishermen working in the North Sea many years ago.
At £7.49, it was a steal as a first edition internet purchase – but the price tag could have ended up much higher for buyer Alastair McIntosh.
The story of how Diana, Princess of Wales leaked tell-all tales for an explosive book on life inside the royal family is to be turned into a stage play.
A grandfather whose “thrill-seeking” lifestyle was halted by a terminal illness has written a book of children’s stories based on his lively youth.
Matthew Fitt has already translated books by renowned authors Roald Dahl and Robert Louis Stevenson into Scots.
In case you didn’t realise by now, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall really, really wants us to eat more vegetables.
A Highland anti-windfarm campaigner who has had enough of "industry spin" hopes her new book about turbines will be allowed into schools to bring some balance to the debate.
Whether out on the town, or snuggled up indoors, here are Natasha Mckim’s top picks for making the most of your down time.
An RAF Lossiemouth pilot has detailed his triumphs over adversity in a book aimed at raising funds for mental health and military charities.
Orkney is a place of great beauty and isolation and as a remarkable new memoir reveals, a place which helped one young woman with her battle with alcoholism. Author Amy Liptrot shares her story of a life filled with highs and lows with Susan Welsh
An inkling that there was a good story behind Inverurie’s leading football team led supporter David Fasken to research and write this history of “the Locos”.
A book about Adolf Hitler by a University of Aberdeen historian is set to be turned into a television series.
The star of one of Scotland's best loved films will be in Aberdeenshire this weekend to discuss his life's work.
Sir Alex Ferguson is set to give a talk in Aberdeen's Music Hall, following news of the release of his latest book, Leading.
She might only be 16 years old but Alessandra Peters is already on her way to having quite an amazing career. To read the full article, visit our sister recruitment site here
A group of cancer sufferers have published a collection of their experiences in a touching book of stories and poems.
Published by Precarious Books Having worked in the madhouse that is the film and television world, author Dennis McKay, known as BD, sought sanity in the oil and gas industry, where he worked for 15 years offshore in the North Sea as a drilling fluids engineer.
A group of aspiring authors and writers in Moray has published a new collection of work that will help to raise money for charity.
An increasing number of skiers and snowboarders are deserting the commercial ski slopes in the Highlands in search of offpiste adventures.
Former Top Gear Stig, Ben Collins, raced to the top of the book charts with his autobiography, The Man in the White Suit.
Published by Frightbooks This is an elegant, moving and heartfelt love letter to the sights, sounds and tastes of northern India told through the enthralling story of the troubled relationship between a father and daughter stretching from Partition to the present day.
It took him eight years to put a pen to paper and another six winters to write it, but an Aberdeenshire man has finally told of his incredible tale of survival on the Antarctic Seas in a new book.
The tale of how an Aberdeenshire polar explorer saved Britain’s Antarctic Empire in WWII is all but forgotten, until now...