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February 15, 2017

February 21, 2017

Public appeal to secure 'Monarch of the Glen' for the nation.

Assembly Rooms to return to its Fringe roots as digital experiment is ditched.

Glasgow Film Festival opens with Handsome Devil.

Interviews: Anna Rose Holmer, Alice Lowe, John Michie, Lea Seydoux, John Waters.

February 12, 2017

Baftas 2017: Empire, The Guardian, The Independent.

Film and broadcast location work worth £16m to Glasgow.

Botanics art gallery to reopen for summer exhibition after outcry.

Festivals must not fear loss of New Town venues.

Interviews: Olivier Assayas, Mark Bonnar, Lily Gladstone, Alice Lowe, Nick Offerman, Carolyn Sampson.

February 09, 2017

Creative Scotland launches £1.5m fund for deprived young people.

Edinburgh book festival to spill out of Charlotte Square to protect historic garden.

Work set to get underway on new outdoor concert arena in Edinburgh.

Dance International Glasgow reveals 2017 lineup.

Interviews: Alex Hibbert, Tim Kliphuis, Octavia Spencer.

February 04, 2017

Creative industries worth £3.7 billion to Scotland.

Celtic Connections attracts 100,000 audience for 10th year in a row.

Ban on St Andrews Square festival shows for Fringe's 70th birthday.

Caravanners on movie trail contribute £37m to Scots economy.

Interviews: Annette Bening, Barry Jenkins, Alice Lowe and Mike Mills--twice.

February 01, 2017

Headliners confirmed for 'T in the Park' Glasgow Green festival; TRNSMT 'not replacing' T in the Park, organisers say.

Special effects to mark 250 years of Edinburgh's New Town.

Sebastian Barry celebrates second Costa Book of the Year win.

Joyce McMillan on Rockvilla, the NTS's new £6.5 million home.

NTS announce trans artists digital symposium.

Interview: Milla Jovovich.

January 28, 2017

Peter Capaldi quits Doctor Who: BBC, The Scotsman.

Artwork created from Glasgow School of Art 'ashes'.

Plan for online Edwin Morgan archive faces copyright setback.

Interviews: Michelle Collins, Naomie Harris, Bryce Dallas Howard, Garth Jennings, Matthew McConaughey, Ruth Negga, Florence Pugh.

January 25, 2017

Oscar nominations 2017: BBC, The Guardian, The Independent.

Glasgow's SECC to be renamed 'Scottish Event Campus'.

The Magnificent 70: Auld Reekie celebrates seven decades of being the Festival City.

T2 helps boost value of film industry to Edinburgh to nearly £8m.

£45k Culture Fund.

Interviews: Taron Egerton, Ruth Negga, Jim Sutherland.

January 18, 2017

NTS headquarters opens: BBC, The Scotsman.

Stars arrive for T2 premiere: BBC, The Scotsman.

Glasgow Film Festival 2017 season announced: BBC, Little White Lies, The Scotsman, The Skinny; Glasgow Film Festival champions mavericks.

Interviews: John Hodge, Alexander Millar, Janelle Monae, Rab Noakes, Dermot O'Leary, Natalie Portman, Anya Taylor-Joy.

January 14, 2017

T in the Park organisers told to pay back £50,000 of government grant.

National Gallery revamp wins cash boost from Scottish Government.

Plans for new £8m music centre in St Andrews to be unveiled.

Declan Donnell and Max Webster: The Winter's Tale.

Interviews: Viola Davis, Karen Gillan, James McAvoy, Ewan McGregor, Rab Noakes, Natalie Portman and Dev Patel--twice.

January 08, 2017

Bafta nominations: BBC, Empire Online, The Independent, The Scotsman.

Drastic cuts looming for Edinburgh's Christmas and Hogmanay events.

Ian Rankin lifts lid on plans for his first 'RebusFest'.

Interviews: Casey Affleck, Robert Carlyle, Nicole Kidman, Kenneth Lonergan, and Cat Sheridan & Susan Worsfold.

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