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September 17, 2014

September 22, 2014

Ramifications for creative sector not apparent yet.

EIFF begin search for new artistic director.

Interview: Pawel Pawlikowski.

September 15, 2014

Protest over 'BBC bias'.

Angus Lennie dies.

Book donations help fire-hit Glasgow School of Art library.

New beginning for the Byre?

'Should theatre try to make us cry?'

Ian Smith: an appreciation.

 

September 09, 2014

Mercury Prize 2014: the nominees.

Man Booker Prize short list.

T in the Park festival move 'needs planning consent'.

Controversial firm BAM chosen to build Dundee V&A.

Interviews: David Cronenberg, Liam Neeson, Stellan Skarsgard.

 

September 02, 2014

Singing Kettle to stop touring: BBC, The Stage.

Interviews: Thandie Newton, Om Puri, Kristen Stewart.

 

August 28, 2014

EIF breaks £3m barrier: BBC, The Scotsman.

Edinburgh Fringe ticket sales up 12%.

Taking a lesson from Scottish film heritage.

Interviews: Salma Hayek, Helen Mirren, Jason Segel.

 

August 23, 2014

Richard Attenborough dies.

Final round of awards from Fringe.

John Kearns wins comedy award.

James Tait Black winners.

Iain Banks novel to be dramatised by BBC.

Interviews: Dakota Fanning, Edgar Ramirez.

 

August 19, 2014

EIF theatre programme could be 'revolutionised'.

Tim Vine wins funniest Fringe joke award.

Foster's Edinburgh Comedy awards shortlist announced.

Byre Theatre to reopen in the autumn.

Edinburgh's festival crown 'under threat'.

Interview: Daniel Radcliffe.

 

August 16, 2014

Lily Allen headlines Hogmanay.

Second round of Fringe Firsts.

Obituary: Ian Smith.

Comment: Scotland needs a national film studio.

Interviews: Jackie Chan, Robert Pattinson, Christopher Plummer, Daniel Radcliffe.

 

August 06, 2014

Robin Williams dies.

James Tait Black winner for drama announced.

First round of Fringe Firsts announced.

Outlander sparks global interest in Scots heritage.

Interviews: Marion Cotillard, Christina Hendricks, Diana Rigg, Robin Wright.

August 01, 2014

Edinburgh Fringe begins.

Israeli show 'must go on'.

Interviews: Julie Bowen, Sofie Grabol, Rona Munro, Laurie Sansom.

 

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