If variety is the spice of life, then my career must be a vindaloo. What else could explain a background that has involved revealing the 'Mission Impossible' takeover attempt of Rangers by Ethan Hunt; that Little Britain stars created a storm when describing Motherwell in less than complimentary terms; unveiling Scotland's most valuable companies; and detailing the £1bn hole in the country's public sector pensions. All without a jug of iced water in sight.
The former chairman, who sold Rangers to Craig Whyte for a nominal sum 13 months before the club PLC was consigned to liquidation, was the instigator of the Employee Benefit Trust (EBT) tax scheme that remains the subject of both a tax tribunal and a Scottish Premier League inquiry.
However, the Rangers chief executive said fans should move on from their concerns about Sir David, saying the former chairman was not the first person to have "made a mistake" with Craig Whyte.
An increased emphasis on turning over state-owned woodland to the renewables sector will see the number of power-generating wind turbines in forests increase. Between 700 and 1,000 turbines are expected to be erected on the National Forest Estate.
It is part of an ambitious target-driven policy championed by the First Minister to generate the equivalent of 100% of Scotland's electricity demand from renewables by 2020.