Brilliant news that the organisers behind some of the UK’s most respected festivals – including Download, Reading and Leeds – have earmarked Dundee for an open-air event next year.
Spending money has never been so easy.
There's only so often you can hear the same thing before you start believing it – and right now, it’s that there’s nowhere quite like Dundee.
I don’t think any pay cheque would make me sign up for I’m a Celebrity – the jungle reality show that started this week on STV.
Every year it’s the same – I buy enough poppies to open my own stall.
It's a common-held belief that working in TV is glamorous.
When did Halloween become such a thing?
One up side to travelling the length and breadth of the UK most weeks is the things you see.
Say what you like about Anneka Rice – and when it comes to her dancing on Strictly, the judges certainly did – but she looks phenomenal.
Even as the credits rolled for the finale of Peaky Blinders on Sunday, I was Googling whether there would be another series.
How good did V&A Dundee look on BBC1’s Antiques Roadshow?
When I got home last Thursday night, something felt different. Same house, same me, but total silence.
More than once on this page I’ve written about our Dundee flight to Stansted.
Santa Claus is a regular in any house with wee ones.
You don’t have to know much about cricket to understand England player Ben Stokes is a hero – for his team and sport, but in the bigger picture, an inspiration to anyone who has been knocked off their path.
Any parent who walked their child through the school gates for the first time this month will know the feeling that you might combust with pride.
There’s been something of an '80s revival around Dundee – with a concert to celebrate the decade at Slessor Gardens later this month, hot on the heels of Perth’s famous Rewind festival.
I won’t (she says hopefully) be the only parent to have let the routine slide over summer.
A disclaimer before you read any further.
Every Wednesday, I write this column in the Tele.