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Artists demand greater say from Scottish Government after Creative Scotland cuts

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Cameo cinema, Tollcross, Edinburgh. Picture: Malcolm McCurrach

Edinburgh cinema will host dog-friendly film screening

Film
Morrissey played the Hyrdo in Glasgow on Saturday. Picture: PA

Nicola Sturgeon: Morrissey should stick to music

Music 227

Irvine Welsh: ‘I had a criminal record aged 8’

Books 11

Morrissey jibe at Nicola Sturgeon met with boos at Scottish gig

Music 379

Music review: Morrissey, SSE Hydro, Glasgow

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Scots filmmakers are shooting stars with tribute to cult movie Clerks

Film

Karen Gillan film starts conversation about Highland suicides

Film 1
Jo Hartley stars in Sky One's Bliss, Wednesdays at 10pm. Picture: Debra Hurford Brown, thanks to The Castle Cinema, Hackney www.thecastlecinema.com 
Hair and Make up by Charlotte Yeomans www.charlotteyeomans.com

Interview: Jo Hartley

News
The Last Bordello plays with layers of performance and reality

Theatre review: The Last Bordello | Pressure | It’s Behind You

Theatre

Irvine Welsh: ‘I had a criminal record aged 8’

Books 11
Iain Banks passed away in 2013 just two months after announcing he had cancer.

Unseen Iain Banks drawings to appear in new Culture universe book

Lifestyle
James Hogg wrote his verse admiring the youthful beauty of 15-year-old Augusta Gow in 1832, when he was 62 years old.

Unknown poem by Scots writer found in journal of Queen Victoria wet nurse

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Sally Magnusson PIC: Jane Barlow

Book review: The Sealwoman’s Gift, by Sally Magnusson

Books

Chapter One of A Far Cry From Kensington by Muriel Spark, with an introduction by William Boyd

Books

Book review: The Monk Of Mokha, by Dave Eggers

Books

Book review: The Last Wilderness, by Neil Ansell

Books

Classic novels rewritten to show internet’s impact on romance

Books
Cameo cinema, Tollcross, Edinburgh. Picture: Malcolm McCurrach

Edinburgh cinema will host dog-friendly film screening

Film
A scene from Clerks, the 1994 comedy which inspired Brett Murray to film a similarly low-budget tribute. Picture: View Askew/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock

Scots filmmakers are shooting stars with tribute to cult movie Clerks

Film
Karen Gillan in a scene from the The Party's Just Beginning, which she wrote and directed

Karen Gillan film starts conversation about Highland suicides

Film 1
Jo Hartley stars in Sky One's Bliss, Wednesdays at 10pm. Picture: Debra Hurford Brown, thanks to The Castle Cinema, Hackney www.thecastlecinema.com 
Hair and Make up by Charlotte Yeomans www.charlotteyeomans.com

Interview: Jo Hartley

News
Sean Connery and Honor Blackman during a 1964 press conference at Pinewood Studios for the third Bond film, Goldfinger. Picture: PA Wire

Sean Connery named ‘most handsome’ James Bond

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First Gaelic film tackling transgender issues in triple awards win

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Richard Jenkins and Sally Hawkins in The Shape of Water

Film reviews: The Shape of Water | The Cloverfield Paradox | The Mercy | Loveless

Film

Film and TV production contributes £15m to Glasgow economy

Media & Leisure

Harry Potter and Outlander drive visitor surge at Glenfinnan

Film

Interview: Alexandra Roach

News

Film reviews: Phantom Thread | Den of Thieves

Film
Nigel Farage (right) has been a regular guest on Question Time over the years, including this 2013 episode in Edinburgh. Picture: Joey Kelly

BBC dismisses SNP MSP’s claims over Question Time representation

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Sin�ad Rhodes is an Emeritus Member of the Young Academy of Scotland and the founder of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland Research the Headlines project.

Sinéad Rhodes: Headlines can keep you informed – but we can help you drill down into the latest research

Opinion
Time's Up campaigners storm the red carpet wearing tops reading 'Times Up Theresa' at the EE British Academy Film Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire.

‘Time’s up Theresa’ protesters invade Bafta red carpet

TV & Radio 17
Jo Hartley stars in Sky One's Bliss, Wednesdays at 10pm. Picture: Debra Hurford Brown, thanks to The Castle Cinema, Hackney www.thecastlecinema.com 
Hair and Make up by Charlotte Yeomans www.charlotteyeomans.com

Interview: Jo Hartley

News

Ruth Davidson: ‘I did Bake Off because of death of partner’s mother’

Politics 197

Interview: Alison O’Donnell

News

New weather map proves BBC ‘misrepresenting’ Scotland, says SNP MP

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SNP MEP Alyn Smith calls for Scottish Eurovision entry

Politics 293
Fiona Hyslop has been urged to ensure artists have direct access to the Scottish Government in future.

Artists demand greater say from Scottish Government after Creative Scotland cuts

Lifestyle 9
Jo Hartley stars in Sky One's Bliss, Wednesdays at 10pm. Picture: Debra Hurford Brown, thanks to The Castle Cinema, Hackney www.thecastlecinema.com 
Hair and Make up by Charlotte Yeomans www.charlotteyeomans.com

Interview: Jo Hartley

News
The Last Bordello plays with layers of performance and reality

Theatre review: The Last Bordello | Pressure | It’s Behind You

Theatre
Mark Thomas gives a voice to performers who might otherwise be voiceless

Comedy review: Mark Thomas: Showtime from the Frontline

Theatre
Gemma Dobson and Taj Atwal deliver impressive performances as Rita and Sue. Picture: The Other Richard

Theatre review: Rita, Sue And Bob Too

Theatre
Leith Theatre was reopened last year for the Hidden Door Festival nearly 30 years after its last event.

Capital's £10m spending spree on cultural venues

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Mark Thomas with Faisal Abu Alhayjaa and Alaa Shehada

Interview: comedian Mark Thomas on Showtime From the Frontline, his new show about teaching stand-up in the West Bank

Theatre

Theatre preview: Joyce McMillan on the new production of Rita, Sue and Bob Too coming to the Citz

Theatre

Theatre review: 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War

Theatre 1

Interview: Alison O’Donnell

News
Morrissey played the Hyrdo in Glasgow on Saturday. Picture: PA

Nicola Sturgeon: Morrissey should stick to music

Music 227
Morrissey was performing at the SSE Hydro. Picture: Contributed

Morrissey jibe at Nicola Sturgeon met with boos at Scottish gig

Music 379
Singer Morrissey was in tremendous voice throughout his Glasgow gig. Picture: Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Music review: Morrissey, SSE Hydro, Glasgow

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Music review: Simple Minds

Music

Music review: Kendrick Lamar

Music

Music review: Hebrides Ensemble

Music

Scotland's live music venues win protection against property developers

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Capital's £10m spending spree on cultural venues

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