By Liz Lochhead
BBC travel presenter Paul Murton has thrown his weight behind a campaign to halt plans for a quarry extension near a Scottish World Heritage site.
Rodge Glass became such a fixture of the literary scene during his years in Glasgow as a creative writing student, novelist and award-winning biographer of his literary hero, Alasdair Gray, that I'm still surprised when I hear his Manchester accent.
It’s already shaping up to be one of the best ever line-ups at the annual Glasgow book festival.
As an English-born Scot, I am disgusted by the recent turn of events in Scotland's arts world (Letters, December 21).