The upcoming visit of the Pope to Scotland added colour to First Minister's Question Time yesterday (9 Sept 2010).
Giving his personal experience of working in Communist Eastern Europe, former Foreign Correspondent Peter Millar entertained, informed and amused a good sized audience in the Pepper Theatre with a
Can newspapers survive the internet? Most are available free on the web, but compete there with broadcast media websites like the BBC.
Football fans, politicians, and sports media examined the politics of Scotland’s national game and discussed what needs to be done to improve the fortunes of our national team.
Superlatives are weak and ineffective when in presence of a true master in his field: the newspaper comic strip.
One of the most respected economic commentators of our times, Joseph Stiglitz made a clearly welcome return to the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Why is it we always remember where we were when something bad happens?
Today we lost the Scots Makar, Edwin Morgan who died aged 90.
"Don’t let your work and hope be other than great" he said.
Christine Grahame MSP plans to screen a Dutch TV film "Lockerbie Revisited" at an upcoming SNP conf
The thumbnail of this picture by Norrie Stewart does the humour little justice as the 'Comedy Kicks Ass' title can't be easily seen on the original article.