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August 23, 2016

August 29, 2016

Donor card joke named funniest at Edinburgh Fringe.

Winners of the 2016 Edinburgh Comedy Awards announced.

Mrs Brown's Boys named best British sitcom in audience poll.

Interviews: Josephine de La Baume, Alice Lowe.

August 20, 2016

Perth bids to be City of Culture 2021.

Fringe First week two winners announced.

Interviews: Don Cheadle, Miles Teller.

August 12, 2016

Forest Fringe: 10 years of risk-taking theatre that reinvented Edinburgh.

Historic Herald Angels awards put on hold for Edinburgh 2016.

Victor Meldrew actor Richard Wilson suffers heart attack.

Creative Scotland pledges to improve theatremakers' pay.

Interview: David Greig.

August 08, 2016

Comedian kicks off Chilcot Report in Edinburgh Fringe.

Deep Time castle display opens EIF.

Can a Scottish Six really deliver?

Interviews: Brady Corbet, Joel Kinnaman & Cherry Jones and John Tiffany.

August 04, 2016

Edinburgh's festivals kick off; A brief history of the Edinburgh Festival.

18 reasons why you can't miss the Edinburgh fringe.

Interviews: Rob Drummond, Kathryn Elkin, Bryce Dallas Howard, Lynne Jassem, Guillermo del Toro.

July 27, 2016

MPs back calls for new BBC 'Scottish Six' news bulletin; Scottish Six best option for a devolved nation.

Edinburgh festival offers refunds for controversial opera before opening.

£50k for Edinburgh International Culture Summit.

Interviews: Juliette Binoche, Morag Deyes, Shappi Khorsandi, Joe Layton, Matthew Lenton, Fergus Linehan, Mads Mikkelsen, John Tiffany, Alicia Vikander.

July 22, 2016

Creative Scotland warns of cuts following Brexit vote.

Value of Edinburgh's festival soars to £313m in five years.

Edinburgh Mela cancelled in wake of funding crisis.

The rich legacy of performance artist Adrian Howells.

Interviews: Brian Cox, Rebecca Hall, Derek Jacobi, Kasia Lech, Todd Solondz and Tim and Nel Crouch.

July 17, 2016

EIF's 70th anniversary plans to be rethought in wake of Brexit.

Planet Pop, Flux and the 20-Year Trickledown Effect to EIF.

Carbuncle film explores Scotland's 'most dismal' towns.

Interviews: Alan Cumming, Mark Rylance, Thomas Vinterberg and Matt Damon & Paul Greengrass.

July 10, 2016

Wanted: creative visionary for the NTS.

Join the national museum's high-tech revolution.

Glasgow's Imaginary festival is true to the creative spirit of Adrian Howells.

Interviews: Josh Brolin, Warwick Davis, Ethan Hawke, Simon Pegg, Isabella Rossellini, Steven Spielberg.

July 04, 2016

Chris Evans stepping down from Top Gear.

Still Game stars back together as new series stars filming.

Sneak preview as National Museum of Scotland opens ten new galleries.

Scottish theatre brought to book in a timely way.

Interviews: Alan Cumming, Leslie Jones, Alexander Skarsgard.

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