MINDING his own business and seemingly completely at ease with the world, I spotted my friend's brother standing in Glasgow Central Station.
RECENTLY, feeling unusually adventurous, I entered the foyer of a cinema to see what films were showing.
JUST as evolutionary forces propelled humans from the trees to the ground, so Scottish air travellers have adapted over time to the demands placed on them.
As economic recovery continues across Europe, interest in developing more sustainable and collaborative business models has grown.
IF he becomes Scottish Labour's number two Gordon Matheson has promised to bring a "distinct combination of experience, freshness and change" to a party in desperate need of resuscitation.
WITH all the recent fuss about athletes using drugs, pumped-up cyclists and rugby players who lack only the green skin of The Hulk, has anyone noticed what has happened to our cars?
At Prime Ministers Questions yesterday SNP MPs fell over each other to condemn the "constitutional outrage" of English Votes for English Laws (Evel).
We hoped and we prayed and finally things have taken a turn for the scorchio.
That great anti-war film, Dr Strangelove: or how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb, quietly passed its 50th birthday last year.
ROAD deaths in Scotland are up for the first time in eight years.
A few years back, writing about Bob Dylan and the 1960s, I came across an odd attitude among Britons who presumed they knew about America.
I've just returned from two weeks relaxing leave on Europe's most southerly tip.
THE decision by the International Olympic Committee to sell the European TV rights to the Olympics from 2022 onwards is a profound betrayal of principles the movement once held dear.
CALLS to save the Queen Elizabeth 2 from the scrapyard and bring the iconic liner back to UK shores are gathering momentum.
HOW do you solve a problem like local taxation?
As our Ryanair flight from Pisa descended into Edinburgh through rain clouds, I was already thinking about next year's holiday.