October 25, 2014
Filth and Sunshine on Leith battle for Baftas.
Creative Scotland launches three-year film strategy.
Vote in the Spirit of Scotland Awards 2014.
Still Game stars on their giant Glasgow Hydro show.
Opinion: Event Cinema vs Live Theatre.
Richard Flanagan wins Man Booker.
St Stephen's returns to the fringe.
Tony Cownie: New Man in Cumbernauld.
Kevin Bridges announces Scotland tour dates.
New Pink Floyd album to be the last says David Gilmour.
'Can you have Hamlet without Shakespeare?'
Saltire book prize shortlists announced.
Edinburgh's Christmas 2014 celebrations revealed.
Glasgow Theatre Royal extension hit by further delays.
Lionel Shriver wins BBC National Short Story Award.
Glasgow's artists dominate Turner Prize list.
RP is about to exit stage left.
Ramifications for creative sector not apparent yet.
EIFF begin search for new artistic director.
Interview: Pawel Pawlikowski.
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.
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.