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March 15, 2019

Scotland's £90m annual funding to be scrutinised by culture committee.

Oor Wullie to go on musical tour around Scotland.

Edinburgh Film Festival launches 60 Second Film competition.

Interviews: Simon Amstell-twice, Noel Clarke, Andrew Garfield, Paul Michael Henry, Bing Liu, Daniel Mays, Rose McGowan, David Roberts Mitchell.

March 08, 2019

Citizens Theatre revamp rescued after £1m bail-out.

V&A urged to give back £500k from opioid billionaires.

Edinburgh Fringe launches put-up-a-performer campaign to tackle living costs.

Interviews: Richard Billingham, Jasper Carrott, Patricia Clarkson, Monica Dolan, Nick Frost, Taraji P Henson, Jessica Raine, Hans Zimmer and Dame Esther Rantzen.

March 06, 2019

En Point: 50 Years of Scottish Ballet.

New BBC channel attracts one in three Scots in first week.

C Venues loses second Edinburgh Fringe home in less than a month.

Plans for one of Edinburgh's biggest new parks in over a century revealed.

First Cryptic Nights of 2019.

Interviews: Maggie Gyllenhaal--twice, JO Morgan.

February 27, 2019

New BBC Scotland channel attracts 700,000 audience peak on first night.

Cathy Boyd--Cryptic at 25.

Interviews: Zawe Ashton, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Glenda Jackson, Nish Kumar, Monica Lewinsky, Samuel Maoz, Bill Paterson, Charlotte Rampling, Andrew Scott, Fiona Shaw.

February 21, 2019

Oscar winners 2019: Empire, The Guardian.

BBC Scotland: Will Scotland's first dedicated TV channel attract viewers?; Three-year deal to make new 'world-class' Scottish dramas, comedies and documentaries revealed.

Scottish Theatre on the International Stage.

Brit Awards 2019: winners.

Interview: Alec Baldwin, Richard Billingham, Jason Clarke, Armie Hammer, Alex Lawther, Toby MacDonald, Jack Monroe, Mark Ronson, Ella Smith, Harry Wootliff and Lee Ridley--Lost Voice Guy.

February 16, 2019

Still Game: Jack and Victor will not be back; Stars say there's no plans for a movie; For Kieran and Greg Hemphill talk about the final series.

Head of new BBC Scotland channel puts audience feedback ahead of politics.

Tutti Frutti to air on new BBC Scotland channel.

Oscars reverses plan for ad-break presentations after industry outcry.

Interviews: Carlos Acosta, Rebecca Ferguson, Keeley Hawes, David Ireland, Nadine Labaki, Patrick Wang.

February 14, 2019

Olivia Colman queen of the Baftas as The Favourite wins seven prizes.

New BBC channel launches with 'Scotland;s Question Time' and Scots stars; Stephen Jardine named presenter.

Interviews: Brigitte Bardot, Joe Cornish, Jonah Hill, Felix Maritaud, Stephen Merchant, Josh O'Connor, Ellen Page.

February 05, 2019

BBC unveil Nine team ahead of new channel.

Edinburgh Playhouse workers win tribunal against ATG over pay.

C Venues loses home amid row over Fringe working conditions.

Stellar Quines to challenge gender imbalance backstage in the performing arts.

Benedetti calls for musical instrument tuition money to be ring fenced by Holyrood.

Interviews: James Cameron, Joe Cornish, Professor Brian Cox, Richard E Grant, John Humphrys, Barry Jenkins, KiKi Layne, Pawel Pawlikowski, Rosamund Pike, JD Twitch, Billy Zane.f

January 23, 2019

Oscar nominations announced: BBC, Empire Online, The Guardian.

Glasgow Film Festival 2019 programme: Little White Lies, The Scotsman, The Skinny.

How Scotland found its place on the world stage.

April Chamberlain and Morag Fullarton--A Play, a Pie and a Pint--15 years, 500 plays.

Interviews: Glenn Close, Ronnie Spector.

January 20, 2019

V&A Dundee named the world's best public building.

Oran Mor to unveil Robert Burns murals to celebrate life of the Bard.

A Play, a Pie and a Pint celebrates 500 shows.

Scotland faces loss of a modernist masterpiece.

Edinburgh theatre news: Lion King returns, Doctor Dolittle cancelled.

Patrick Doyle: urges pupils to seek film work; happy homecoming.

Interviews: Mahershala Ali, Brenda Blethyn, Steve Carell, Reinaldo Marcus Green, Eddie Marsan, Ellen Page, Anthony Ramos.

January 09, 2019

Bafta nominations: BBC, The Guardian, The Scotsman.

Glasgow International Comedy Festival programme announced.

Plans revealed for 'world-class' film and TV studio in Midlothian.

Top composer calls for music tuition to be given protected status in Scotland's schools.

'The pros and cons of solo performance.'

January 05, 2019

Glasgow Film Festival announce opening and closing films: BBC, Little White Lies, The Scotsman, The Skinny.

£200m Festival Fringe boost to Edinburgh's economy.

Scottish poet JO Morgan scoops Costa prize: BBC, The Scotsman.

Interviews: Steve Coogan, Lynette Linton, Tim Roth, Josie Rourke, Jenny Runacre, Phil Wang.

December 18, 2018

17 theatre and dance projects win share of £1.2m Creative Scotland fund.

Glasgow secures Linda McCartney photography exhibition.

'Real Tinker-Bell' showcased at Peter Pan-inspired Dumfries house.

Partnership culture pays in celebrating Scotland's heritage and rich diversity.

Interviews: Sandra Bullock, Thomas McKenzie, Steve McQueen, Orla O'Loughlin, Nick Sharratt, Jackie Wylie.

December 13, 2018

Glasgow's 'Film City' to mount bid to run new Leith Docks studio.

Scottish culture 'put at risk' by fees for music lessons, industry warns.

Pioneering new award to help Black artists bring work to the Fringe.

Scottish Ballet pays tribute after its first stage star passes away.

Library snaps up rare Sylvia Plath poem first published by Scottish printer.

Interviews: Hayley Atwell, David Baddiel, Peter Jackson, Lars von Trier, Ben Wheatley, Steve Carell & Timothee Chalamet and The Krankies.

December 08, 2018

New Scottish film studio site announced; Filmmakers question 'very rushed' studio plans.

Fiona Bruce unveiled as new BBC Question Time presenter.

Cher to perform rare Scottish show in 2019.

Interviews: Julia Davis, Bel Powley, Sofie Gråbøl, Tony Kushner, Gavin Mitchell, Boots Riley, JK Simmons.

December 05, 2018

Citizens announce spring 2019 season: Broadway World, Coffee-Table Notes, The Stage.

Charlotte Prodger wins Turner Prize 2018.

National Geographic names Dundee one of the world's 'must-see destinations'.

Johnny McKnight, Scotland's panto powerhouse.

Interviews: Josie Long, David Lowery, Robert Redford, Boots Riley.

December 03, 2018

The Favourite conquers British independent film awards with record 10 wins.

Susan Boyle and Annie Lennox elevated to Hall of Fame at Scottish Music Awards.

'Billy Connolly retiring from standup? He practically invented it.'

Interviews: Kevin Bridges, Nicole Kidman, Sebastian Lelio, Lars von Trier and Muse.

November 29, 2018

NTS announces 2019 season: The Scotsman, The Stage.

Traverse Theatre's Spring 2019 programme.

BBC Scotland's Nine news will show 'world through Scottish eyes'.

Ofsted's Amanda Spielman defends arts training comments in face of criticism.

Interviews: Michael B Jordan, Rupert Grint, Matthew McConaughey, Craig McGinlay, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Sarah Silverman, Tessa Thompson.

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