Pop star Ariana Grande has hit out at P&O Ferries after her dogs were prevented from entering the UK.
A previously unreleased track recorded by rock veterans Led Zeppelin for their debut album will finally see the light of day as a bonus track on their final studio album.
Soprano Isobel Buchanan is wagging a finger at me intently from across the kitchen table.
Pierre Bensusan remembers the moment that changed his life.
Edinburgh Quartet, Glasgow Chamber Choir and soprano Patricia Rozario will feature at a celebratory concert for composer Hans Gal in Edinburgh on Sunday at 3.30pm.
Singer-songwriter Cam Penner's music features in the forthcoming BBC drama Stonemouth, the first television adaptation of Scottish author Iain Banks's work since his death in 2013.
A new exhibition at Traquair House, near Innerleithen, reveals the close association between the Stuarts of Traquair and the Jacobite cause.
In the early days of T in the Park, way back in 1997, a Glasgow-based indie band played the T Break New Talent stage to a modest crowd.
From kaleidoscopic Highland hip-hop through orchestral electro and high-octane rock 'n' roll, Nicola Meighan provides a guide to this year's diverse T Break line-up.
Although signed to one of the city's most venerable and (happy 20th birthday!) long-standing labels, Glasgow-based producer and musician Julian Corrie still feels like an odd fit for Chemikal Underground.