If there’s a woman of many sides, it’s Ruby Wax. Bursting on to the scene as a comedian and a regular on TV for many years, she then studied for a masters at Oxford University in mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy and is now perhaps best known for her campaigning work – being awarded an OBE for her services to mental health.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot? Musician Phil Cunningham on no longer being a part of BBC Scotland’s Hogmanay
TV favourite Phil Cunningham has revealed how his 30 years as part of BBC Scotland's Hogmanay came to an end.
More than 30 years have passed since Tony Roper sat down with a biro and jotter and began to write his first play.
I quit Corrie and became a gran… now I’m about to run off with an elf! Soap star Kym Marsh on a whirlwind 2019
Kym Marsh might be starring in one of the biggest Christmas musicals ever to come to Scotland, but her feelings towards the festive season are best described as bittersweet.
Two-time Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson makes a triumphant return to the screen after 27 years, in this compelling mystery based on the bestselling novel by Emma Healey.
Strictly is well known for reigniting the career of its most popular contestants – but fan favourite Chris Ramsey admits he won’t been able to take full advantage of his new-found popularity.
The depth and breadth of Scotland's trad music scene was celebrated at a glittering awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
‘I felt like I had been kicked in the stomach’: Peter Purves reveals shock at being axed from Crufts
Television presenter Peter Purves has spoken of his shock after being dropped as a commentator from Channel Four’s coverage of the Crufts dog show.
Inspector Rebus is coming out of retirement again – to solve one more crime.
Robbie Williams has said his daughter Teddy was the reason he wanted to sing on the theme for Channel 4’s Christmas adaptation of The Tiger Who Came To Tea.
Yes, he is still going boldly forth – William Shatner that is.