Glasgow is the cultural and creative capital of the UK, according to the European Commission.
The Government should make coverage of The Ashes free-to-air in order to dampen division and boost competition against the likes of Netflix, peers have recommended.
Gaels from across the country came together in celebration last night as Scotland’s biggest Gaelic cultural festival began.
Boris Johnson has largely avoided Brexit during the final speech of his visit to the United Nations, making mention of it only in an allusion to the Greek myth of Prometheus.
Galway’s year as European Capital of Culture “could not be more timely” amid changing political relationships, a senior diplomat said.
Lloyd’s of London has notched up a £2.3 billion half-year profit haul as it ploughs on with a revamp of the under-fire culture across the insurance market.
Aberdeen band Pages aims for glory in battle of the bands competition with top prize of supporting Biffy Clyro
An Aberdeen band hopes to “represent the north of Scotland” when it competes against musicians from the central belt for the chance to take the stage with breakthrough Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro.
New funding scheme pays off with classical concert in Aberdeen and historic invention recreated at Grampian Transport Museum
A "pioneering" programme linking the north-east's business and cultural sectors has brought classical music to Aberdeen and allowed a transport museum to recreate a 19th century motor.
Jeremy Kyle has been asked to appear before MPs investigating reality TV.
Actress Joanna Lumley has hailed the transformation of the house which inspired Peter Pan author JM Barrie as proof that “dreams really can come true”.
Scotland's national whisky festival is heading to Aberdeen for the first time.
Jeremy Kyle has said he is “utterly devastated” at the cancellation of his TV show following the death of a guest.
ITV has said “now is the right time” for The Jeremy Kyle Show to end as it was permanently axed following the death of a guest.
She is used to being the one being the one under the spotlight answering questions.
North-east Scots, usually known as ‘the Doric’ or ‘Toonser’ has been the subject of a new documentary, made by the University of Aberdeen’s Elphinstone Institute.
Sky News presenter Kay Burley needs a security escort to protect her from pro-Brexit protesters and a Guardian journalist filmed himself being hounded by a gang of men.
Fresh investment has been announced by the Scottish Government to help promote the scenery, wildlife and culture of the Highlands and Islands.
London’s Horniman Museum, Manchester Museum and Tullie House in Carlisle are among 35 museums and galleries to receive portions of a £4 million grant.
The new Mary Queen Of Scots movie offers a great opportunity for Scotland’s tourism sector, the Culture Secretary has said.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has announced it is launching its own Gaelic Language Plan.
British creativity has been hailed as “at the heart of the UK economy” following the announcement of the 2017 figures.
Britain’s grime scene is not being properly supported because of “institutionalised racism”, the head of music at the Roundhouse has said.
Female employees at the BBC face an “incredibly long and frustrating process with no immediate end in sight” to have grievances about pay inequality addressed, Damian Collins has said.
The BBC is failing female employees who suffer under an “invidious culture” of discrimination against women, a report on pay equality at the broadcaster has said.
It was a time of gathering and remembering during the opening ceremony of Scotland’s biggest Gaelic cultural festival.
Actor Brian Cox has said the new V&A Dundee will “put the city on the map for the first time” as the £80.1 million museum officially opened to the public.
It is one of the most famous names in Scotland and has been appended to bus and train stations, libraries and art galleries as far afield as the United States and Australia.
Scots rockers Primal Scream have hailed the “amazing” V&A Dundee as they headlined a festival to celebrate the opening of the new museum.
Scottish rock band Primal Scream is headlining a festival later to celebrate the opening of the V&A Dundee to the public.
It has survived as a Scottish place of worship in the Netherlands since the 17th Century.
The worlds of art and shinty have collaborated to produce a project aimed at celebrating the culture and heritage of one of Scotland’s oldest sports.
An Aberdeen pupil’s musical ode to the Granite City has won a competition to celebrate the upcoming reopening of Union Street’s historic Music Hall.