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October 18, 2018

CCA set to reopen.

Winter Gardens to close for £5m repair programme.

MSPs to quiz board chairwoman on Glasgow School of Art fire.

Alan Cumming to be honoured at Scottish BAFTA ceremony.

Ulster American returns.

Pauline Knowles: an appreciation.

Interviews: Viola Davis, Mike Leigh, Michael Moore--twice, Muqata'a, David Oyelowo, Busy Philipps, Todd Solondz, Amandla Stenberg.

October 14, 2018

New BBC Scotland channel announced.

Scottish Ballet celebrates 50th anniversary: The List, The Scotsman.

Glasvegas' James Allan: Why praise and success led to pain.

Interviews: Jeff Bridges, Anna Friel, Drew Goddard, Matthew Holness, Rami Malek.

October 09, 2018

V&A Dundee attracts 100,000 visitors in the space of three weeks.

UK film and TV sees record investment.

Rebus play halted after star falls ill: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Scotsman.

Interviews: Paul Greengrass, Mary Ann Kennedy, Joanna Lumley, John Waters.

October 05, 2018

Glasgow School of Art's fire-effected neighbours set to return within days.

Danny Boyle's Armistice Day project: Review Sphere, The Scotsman.

Interviews: Helena Bonham Carter, Damien Chazelle, Daveed Diggs, Emilia Fox, Rory Kennedy, Rachel Maclean, Florence Pugh, JK Rowling and Kogonada.

October 03, 2018

Zoe Ball first female host of BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show.

EIF reveals first 2019 show.

Scottish film studio bid thrown into turmoil.

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

Interviews: Nicolas Cage, Karen Dunbar, Claire Foy, Bryony Kimmings, James MacMillan, Samantha Morton, Romesh Ranganathan, Stephen Rea, Mary Steenburgen, Tommy Wiseau.

September 23, 2018

Cost of Scottish National Gallery revamp soars.

V&A Dundee welcomes 27,000 in first week.

Scottish Queer International Film Festival reveals its first events for 2018.

Pylon is part of the rich tradition of Scottish protest theatre.

Interviews: Lenny Abrahamson, Kristen Bell, Jon Boden, Ralph Fiennes, Will Poulter, Matthew Young.

September 20, 2018

Mercury Prize 2018 winner is revealed.

Liam McIlvanney wins Scottish crime book of the year award.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay party celebrates Europe: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Scotsman; Revellers get 'free drams'.

Perth Theatre's 2018-19 season.

Interviews: Paul Feig, Cary Fukunaga, Jeffrey Sharkey, Agnes Varda--twice.

September 12, 2018

Glasgow Art School's Mackintosh building 'will be rebuilt'.

Everything you need to know about the V&A Dundee.

Dundee's main theatre company launches search for a new home.

Opinion: Inclusion and diversity in Scottish theatre.

Interviews: Shane Black, Jesse Eisenberg, Isabelle Huppert, Aimee Leonard, Natalie Portman, Jonathan Pryce, Sarah Waters and the cast of Killing Eve.

September 09, 2018

Creative Scotland turns to 'Plain English Campaign'.

Young Fathers win Scottish Album of the Year: BBC, The Scotsman.

The exhibits given a starring role at the V&A Dundee.

Glasgow Youth Film Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary.

Joanna Baillie: Who was the Scottish poet and playwright descended from William Wallace?

Interviews: Barry Keoghan, Chloe Grace Moretz, Ben Okri, Rob Reiner, Mark Simpson and Young Fathers.

September 02, 2018

Franz Ferdinand to headline Hogmanay party: BBC, The Scotsman.

The awakening of Mackintosh's sleeping giant.

Fire-damaged Pavilion Theatre in Glasgow to reopen.

Interviews: Matt Johnson, Barry Keoghan, Michel Legrand, Kelly Macdonald.

August 22, 2018

Fringe First awards: week three.

Edinburgh comedy award shortlist; 'The problem with an award for best Edinburgh Fringe joke.

Danny Boyle exits Bond over 'creative differences'.

Interviews: Tom Bateman, Peter Brook, Mark Cousins, John Krasinski, Don Letts, Guy Pearce, Geoff Sobelle, Emma Thompson and the cast of The End of Eddy.

August 17, 2018

'Upper class voices have taken over telling us stories.'

Jobcentre joke is the funniest at the Fringe.

Fringe First awards: week two.

Interviews: Yana Alana, Cora Bissett, Susan Calman, Camilla Cleese, Robert Crawford, Idris Elba, Rosie Jones, Gary Lightbody, Ian McEwan, Katie Mitchell, Pavel Pawlikowski, Karine Polwart, Gruff Rhys, Ashton Sanders, Mike Vass, Irvine Welsh, Brian Wilson.

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.

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