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Gary Armstrong and Dodie Weir at the Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival 2018 PIC: Alex Hewitt

Festival review: The Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival, Melrose

Books 1
Thea Musgrave

Music review: Thea Musgrave at 90, City Halls, Glasgow

Music
Angus Farquhar of NVA at St Peter's Seminary, Cardross PIC: Robert Perry

Joyce McMillan: The closure of NVA is immensely sad, but the company leaves a lasting legacy

Theatre 1

Story of 18th century Yorkshire gang wins Walter Scott Prize

Books

Kirsty Gunn: Just like Lionel Shriver, we need to talk about hyper-liberalism

Opinion 2
John Lydon was in liberated vocal form

Music review: PIL

Music
Dawson's Creek. Picture: Rex/Shutterstock

Jane Bradley: 90s TV proves society’s big changes

Opinion
Gary Armstrong and Dodie Weir at the Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival 2018 PIC: Alex Hewitt

Festival review: The Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival, Melrose

Books 1
Benjamin Myers is the winner of the Walter Scott Prize for Histrorical Fiction 2018 for his book The Gallows Pole

Story of 18th century Yorkshire gang wins Walter Scott Prize

Books
Lionel Shriver highlighted Penguin Random House's 'politically correct' agende for new hires and authors

Kirsty Gunn: Just like Lionel Shriver, we need to talk about hyper-liberalism

Opinion 2
Muriel Spark in May 1960. PIC: Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Chapter One of The Abbess of Crewe, by Muriel Spark

Books

Five properties formally owned by famous Scottish poets and painters

Books 4

Book review: The Shepherd’s Hut, by Tim Winton

Books

Book review: Warlight, by Michael Ondaatje

Books

Book review: Alone, by Christophe Chabouté

Books
Bill Murray and Jan Vogler warm up for their show, Bill Murray, Jan Vogler and Friends, New Worlds. Picture: Copyright www.peterrigaud.com

Interview: Bill Murray and Jan Vogler

News 1
Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter and Sandra Bullock in Ocean's 8

Film review: Ocean’s 8

Film
Hereditary

Film reviews: Hereditary | Supertroopers 2 | The Happy Prince | Studio 54

Film
Jane Horrocks will be among the stars heading down the red carpet at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Edinburgh film festival reveals line-up of stars heading down red carpet

Culture
Picture: Itison Drive-in Movies returns this summer with a Harry Potter extravaganza, supplied

5 of the best outdoor cinema and theatre events to enjoy in Scotland this summer

News
Rupert Everett says he missed out on big films after being blocked by a studio for being gay. Picture: Mike Marsland/Mike Marsland/WireImage

Gay actors in Hollywood treated like second-class citizens, says Everett

Film 2
McQueen

Film reviews: McQueen | That Summer | The Boy Downstairs

Film

Film review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Film

Scottish beauty spot to feature in new Jurassic World film

News

Film reviews: L’Amant Double | My Friend Dahmer | Book Club | The Rape of Recy Taylor

Film

Film reviews: On Chesil Beach | The Breadwinner | Edie

Film
David Dimbleby has been the regular host of Question Time since 1994

Search for new Question Time host as David Dimbleby announces exit

TV & Radio 4
Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark. Picture: Robert Perry

Kirsty Wark tipped to take over from David Dimbleby on Question Time

Politics
Bill Murray and Jan Vogler warm up for their show, Bill Murray, Jan Vogler and Friends, New Worlds. Picture: Copyright www.peterrigaud.com

Interview: Bill Murray and Jan Vogler

News 1
Amazon, the online retailer, has bought the rights to live stream 20 Premier League matches a season from 2019-20. Picture: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

Amazon reshapes broadcasting landscape with Premier League deal

English

Watch as Sky News reads out Limmy's 'tribute' to Peter Stringfellow

TV & Radio

Former STV boss Rob Woodward to take on Met Office role

TV & Radio 1

Anne Robinson: ‘I didn’t run crying to the loo if a man tried to pat my bum’

TV & Radio

Interview: Poldark’s Ellise Chappell on the return of the hit show

TV & Radio
Angus Farquhar of NVA at St Peter's Seminary, Cardross PIC: Robert Perry

Joyce McMillan: The closure of NVA is immensely sad, but the company leaves a lasting legacy

Theatre 1
Bill Murray and Jan Vogler warm up for their show, Bill Murray, Jan Vogler and Friends, New Worlds. Picture: Copyright www.peterrigaud.com

Interview: Bill Murray and Jan Vogler

News 1
The Last Ship PIC: Ian Forsyth/Getty Images

Theatre reviews: The Last Ship | Titanic: The Musical

Theatre
Reason I Jump. Picture: Pete Dibdin

Theatre review: The Reason I Jump, North Kelvin Meadow, Glasgow

Theatre
Tom Walker as Jonathan Pie

Comedy review: Jonathan Pie, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Theatre
Sanaa Mohammad, who arrived in Scotland 11 months ago, is expected to take part in the Easterhouse workshop

Refugees staging Greek tragedy in Glasgow to address trauma of war

Theatre 4

John Byrne's 'pop-up book' Cheviot stage set to go on display at Dundee V&A

Lifestyle

Dance review: Ballet Black, Dundee Rep

Theatre

Theatre reviews: The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice, Pitlochry Festival Theatre | Downs With Love, Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh

Theatre

Theatre preview: Glasgow’s Bard in the Botanics launches Star-Cross’d Lovers Season

Theatre
Thea Musgrave

Music review: Thea Musgrave at 90, City Halls, Glasgow

Music
John Lydon was in liberated vocal form

Music review: PIL

Music
Demi Lovato on stage at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow PIC: John Linton/PA

Music review: Demi Lovato, Hydro, Glasgow

Music
Jordan Butler is the founder and CEO of Heavy Sound, an East Lothian-based community interest company that specialises in delivering music and arts-based services to young people. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Rap tutorials help troubled Scots school pupils turn the page

Music 4

Edinburgh musician writes unofficial World Cup anthem for England

News 9

Brewery’s new prize to help propel rising traditional music stars

Music

Under the Radar: Wuh Oh

Music

Bay City Roller Alan Longmuir ‘cleared to fly home’ after falling ill

News
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