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October 16, 2017

Creative Scotland warns of upcoming cuts as cash continues to fall.

Museum on the Mound is closing.

Silver treasure spanning 1,000 years to sparkle at National Museum.

Interviews: PP Arnold, Pierce Brosnan, Margaret Cho, Rebecca Ferguson, Mark Lockyer, Sally Potter, Andy Serkis.

October 07, 2017

Lu Kemp & Perth Theatre.

Dundee Rep chief executive Nick Parr steps down.

'Outlander effect' boosts visitors to Scottish historic sites.

Interviews: David Baddiel, Peter Mackie Burns, Michael Caine, Dean Norris, Sally Potter.

October 02, 2017

Kazuo Ishiguro wins Nobel Prize for Literature.

Scottish BAFTA shortlist announced.

Green light for Burrell Collection revamp after £15m lottery win.

Irvine Welsh to kill off Trainspotting character in new book.

'Neil Oliver appointment is populist, no political'.

Interviews: Ana de Armas, Constance Devernay, Sol Gabetta, Kristin Scott Thomas.

September 28, 2017

Drinking and thinking: raise a glass to Glasgow's plays, pies and pints.

Lights, cameras and action for Young Films.

Billy Connolly inducted into Scottish music 'hall of fame'.

Paisley wins Heritage Lottery Fund backing for historic museum revamp.

Interviews: Rob Drummond, Audrey Tautou.

September 24, 2017

Tim Peake's spacecraft is coming to Edinburgh.

Hidden Door confirms 2018 fest.

Glasgow Film Theatre to his Q&A with Armando Iannucci.

Missing masterpiece worth millions found hanging in country house in Glasgow.

Cinema screenings to be staged by NTS: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Scotsman.

Interviews: Emily Beecham, Stellan Skarsgard, Matthew Vaughn.

September 15, 2017

EIF awarded prize.

Edinburgh's Christmas programme revealed: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Edinburgh Reporter.

Sample wins Mercury Prize.

Scots actress Kate Dickie is UK's 'most prolific'.

Interviews: Robert Bathurst, Steve Buscemi, Glenn Close, Bruce LaBruce, Stellan Skarsgard, Mark Strong.

September 09, 2017

Ugly Rumours--Why Inverleith House has yet to be 'saved'.

Rag'n'Bone Man named as Edinburgh Hogmanay headliner.

Film and TV spending in Scotland reaches record high; Developers deny significant delays to Scottish film studio.

Interviews: Edith Bowman, Michael Keaton, Andy Muschietti.

August 31, 2017

'Sleepout' event in Edinburgh to help homelessness: BBC, Daily Record, The Scotsman.

Cultural ambassadors announced for Edinburgh's King's Theatre.

New performing arts centre and studio theatre planned for Dunfermline; Bathgate Regal to cease theatre operations.

Interviews: Nick Broomfield, Michael Caine, Daniel Draper, Jeremy Renner.

August 25, 2017

Record numbers attend Edinburgh Fringe and International Festival.

Final round of Scotsman Fringe First winners.

Interviews: James Cameron, Jane Goldman, David Harrower, Ian Rankin, Robert Webb.

August 23, 2017

Edinburgh comedy awards: the nominees in full.

Herald slashes Edinburgh Fringe coverage.

Dave announces top 10 Fringe jokes.

David Ireland wins James Tait Black award.

Interviews: Will Poulter, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Steven Soderbergh--twice.

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