October 9, 2015
T in the Park organisers paid £5m dividend despite state funding.
Alan Cumming to head fundraising drive for NTS HQ.
How much money does film production bring to Scotland?
The Turner Prize comes to Glasgow.
Romanes to quit Stellar Quines.
Edinburgh Fringe under pressure to pay all staff the living wage.
Toasting 50 years of Royal Lyceum.
'Culture at heart of Glasgow'.
Culture secretary to face questions over T in the Park aid.
'99% of women working in the film and TV industries have experienced sexism.'
Up Close and Personal--50 Years of The Close Theatre.
Interview: Geena Davis.
Surgeons' Hall Museums to reopen after £4m revamp.
Edinburgh Christmas 2015 programme revealed.
The Citz at 70.
Nominees for Scottish Alternative Music Awards announced.
Festivals Edinburgh appoints Julia Amour as director.
Lyceum's Greig exciting prospect.
Script library needs volunteers.
Scottish theatre leaders hail David Greig's Lyceum appointment.
Scottish National Gallery acquires new French painting.
'Black gold in Scottish theatre'.
New Imaginate director.
'Greatest shows defy easy labels'
Crisis-hit Scots TV industry 'needs a new Taggart'.
Brian Cox 'is wrong'.
Interview: Mark Thomson.
Head of BBC pledges better coverage for Scotland.
Scots studio saga goes on and on.
Scotland makes £125k a day from film-makers.
New fund to lure film and TV firms to Scotland.
EIF promise 'bigger' opening night.
Edinburgh theatre to screen Macbeth movie premiere.