The second, and for this year final, Herald Angel awards this morning comprehensively cover the gamut of possible recipients of our coveted winged trophies.
Andrew Doyle talks to HeraldScotland about the lure of hedonism, recapturing lost youth and performing for Bobby Crush.
This Is Your Trial speaks to HeraldScotland about becoming a podium dancer by mistake, getting stuck in a lighting rig and finishing a show up Arthur's Seat.
Red B**tard speaks to HeraldScotland about an upside down purple cow, avoiding being peed on and not understanding the Scottish.
Rosie Wilby speaks to HeraldScotland about synchronised swimming, leaping dogs and smoggy London.
Liam Hourican talks to HeraldScotland about his trousers falling down, the Scottish fry up and Gordon Brown.
Martin Mor speaks to HeraldScotland about baked potatoes, juggling babies and having his accent understood by the Scottish.
Madeline Carrick discusses dark characters, Edinburgh taxi drivers and eating deep fried haggis at 4am.
Lizzy Mace discusses getting heckled by her Mum, refusing flyers and being able to laugh at yourself with HeraldScotland.
Henry Paker speaks to HeraldScotland about playing volleyball with Lenny Henry, bees and running up Arthur's Seat.
David Kaufman of The Cleek chats to HeraldScotland about being a Harvard student, drinking Irn Bru and a funny taxi driver called Iain.
Jonny Lennard speaks to HeraldScotland about a cappella pirates, chasing pheasants and gaining independence from his parents.
Rachel Parris talks to HeraldScotland about singing, her encounter with Phil Jupitus and climbing in Scotland.
Hardeep Singh Kohli discusses being middle aged, Scottish and being a nation of story tellers with HeraldScotland.
No Guts, No Heart, No Glory
The World Mouse Plague
Every Brilliant Thing
Paul F Taylor speaks to HeraldScotland about cats, trashy TV and unhealthy eating.
Short & Curly talk to HeraldScotland about stag dos, Irn Bru for breakfast and filthy jokes.
Anna Morris speaks to HeraldScotland about never trying Haggis, getting heckled by her own Dad and Putin.
Shirley & Shirley discuss boozing, underwear and fake moustaches with HeraldScotland.
Ian Smith talks to HeraldScotland about stage diving, cage fighting and peppermint squares.
Wild Card Kitty talks to HeraldScotland about striptease, replying to heckles in character, and why she's happy for her mum and dad not to see her show.
HeraldScotland taks to Stuart Black about Tories, giant spiders, and lemsips.
HeraldScotland talks to Julian McCullough about fighting Londoners, Russian jokes and Billy Connolly.
Lloyd Langford speaks to HeraldScotland about his frustrations with the modern world, the Edinburgh cobbles and having grapefuit thrown at him.
Hennessy & Friends discuss Harry Enfield and haggis, neeps and tatties with HeraldScotland.