The Political Party with Matt Forde (Apple Podcasts)
Criminologist says more must be done to ready prisoners for release as he delivers flagship community justice lecture in capital
It was known as the Gilded Cage, where some of Scotland’s most violent men went in and artists and poets came out.
He has faced Edinburgh’s underworld in Trainspotting and 007 as a James Bond baddie. Now, Robert Carlyle is set to face an otherworldly opponent tonight.
Animals, it turns out, are much more useful than potential food sources or fodder for Sir David Attenborough documentaries.
His passion for books saved Damian Barr when he was a boy. Now the writer and broadcaster has a new passion – talking about them.
Wi’ tartan plaid and buckled shoon, he’ll come nae mair to oor toon: Experts on how Scots’ war poetry is a timeless tribute to the fallen
After the sacrifice, came the elegies, the resonant poems of war still paying tribute to those long fallen.
Annabel Scholey will appear in series two of Britannia, which begins on Thursday on Sky Atlantic at 9pm.
What happened after the wall came tumbling down? Experts and ex-pats on how Berlin has transformed over 30 years
On November 9, 1989, the wall came down as the people of Berlin rose up to tear apart the concrete barrier which ran through their city.
For James McAvoy, being asked to be part of His Dark Materials was, as his Hollywood colleagues might say, a no-brainer.
Breakfast TV shows can be more dramatic than you might think.
Something Rhymes With Purple (Apple Podcasts, Spotify)