Books and films
The first Harry Potter book was published 20 years ago this weekend and Hayley Murden became an early fan. Now nearly 30, she explains how the boy wizard has followed her intoRead More
Edinburgh International Film Festival
Actor Richard E Grant breezed into the Edinburgh Filmhouse today to promote his part in this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival. READ MORE
Initiative adds £17.5m to Scots economy
A fund to bring more film production to Scotland has generated £17.5 million for the economy ..
Scotland’s £2.5 billion co-operative sector believes it is set for a period of growth after a new poll showed an increasing public desire for a fairer way of organising theRead More
Sketch writer and humorist Rab McNeil offers his take on the world of business. Click here to read his column in which he discusses those, including JK Rowling (above), onRead More
Works by one of the ‘bad boys’ of 17th century art feature in a ground-breaking display in Scotland. Full story here..
Village Hotels will become the first chain in the UK to adopt the latest technological advance with the help of a Glasgow creative agency. Full story (click here).
Opening night: the years have flown by but the story remains the same for the stars of the hit musical Dirty Dancing. Pauline Taylor was at the first night. ReadRead More
Film review: Rachel Weisz perfectly achieves the balance of innocent temptress and widowed victim in this big screen adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s novel, writes Terry Murden. See review here
The Edinburgh Fringe will be bigger than ever and this year artists are coming together around the theme “Alliance of Defiance”… PLUS a technology incubator gets in on the festivalRead More