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August 10, 2018

Controversial £2m touring fund for Scotland is launched.

Work starts to restore painted-over Banksy murals.

First week of Fringe First winners announced.

Scotland's Storybook Trail to encourage more literary adventures.

Interviews: Adele Anderson, Tim Bekmambetov, Gemma Chan, Michaela Coel, Jamil Dehlavi, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Rose McGowan, Wayne McGregor, Kurt Yaeger.

August 07, 2018

The tea rooms that brought Mackintosh back to life.

Home Office refuses visas for authors invited to Edinburgh book festival.

Interviews: Tim Booth, Cora Bissett--twice, Jon Hamm, Kathryn Joseph, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Su Pollard, Emma Sidi, Richard Thomas & Pussy Riot.

August 01, 2018

Criticism is dead. Long live The Critic.

Rebels at heart: The Beano at 80.

Imaginate receives Creative Europe funding before Brexit.

Interviews: Peter Brook, Robert Softley Gale, Reginald D Hunter, Olivia Hussey, Garry Hynes, Sean Jones, Akram Khan, Evangeline Lilly, Fergus McCreadie, Anna Meredith, Thea Musgrave, Mandy Patinkin, Parker Posey.

July 24, 2018

Creative Scotland: A strange sense of Deja Vu.

Glasgow misses out as Channel 4 reveals shortlist for new HQ.

Primal Scream to headline opening of Dundee's V&A museum.

Mercury Prize shortlist.

Interviews: Gemma Arterton, Lily Cole, Vanessa Kirby, Spike Lee, Vinay Patel, Michael Peña, Michael Rubenfeld and Björn Ulvaeus.

July 18, 2018

Janet Archer steps down from Creative Scotland: The Stage, The Skinny, The Edinburgh Reporter, The Scotsman.

Work to dismantle the Mack continues following fire.

Portrait of Max Ernst acquired by National Galleries of Scotland.

Pitlochry's new artistic director Elizabeth Newman interview.

Maria Alyokhina of Pussy Riot.

Interviews: Dominic Cooper, Tacita Dean, Rebecca Ferguson, Wayne McGregor.

July 15, 2018

The flawed logic of constructing gender in film.

Interviews: Gemma Arterton, Danielle Brooks, Holly Hunter, Dylan Moran, Drew Pearce, Gus Van Sant, Hugh Skinner, Kiefer Sutherland, Nicola Walker.

July 10, 2018

Still Game set to end: BBC, The Scotsman.

BBC reveals anchors for 'Scottish Nine' flagship news programme.

Interviews: Tacita Dean, Morag Deyes, Natalie Dormer, Jodie Foster, Ethan Hawke, Leslie Harris, Simon Pegg, Nicolas Winding Refn, Maddie Rice, Paul Rudd, Matthias Schoenaerts and Pussy Riot.

July 02, 2018

Orla O'Loughlin quits Traverse.

Work to dismantle Glasgow School of Art building to begin.

Interviews: James Acaster, Rob Brydon, Joe Cole, Natalie Dormer, Beanie Feldstein, George MacKay, Emma Rice, Frederick Wiseman.

June 29, 2018

Scottish government publishes draft culture strategy; New culture tsar set to lead Scottish arts funding overhaul.

Glasgow School of Art 'to be dismantled'; GSA is not the city's only architectural masterpiece under threat.

Interviews: Kimberly Benson, Michael Che, George MacKay, Marc Maron and Benicio Del Toro--twice.

June 25, 2018

Glasgow School of Art: Fire safety system 'was weeks away'.

Glasgow to get new £4m BBC digital hub.

200 events to be held in Princes Street Gardens each year under 'arms-length' operator bid.

The moral panic over video game addiction.

Interviews: Sara Driver, Kyle Falconer, Ece Ger, Kelly Macdonald and Stephen Moyer & Anna Paquin.

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