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August 11, 2019

Still Game was most-watched Scottish show of 2018.

Performers fear rising rents threaten future of Edinburgh fringe.

Interviews: Pedro Almodovar, Suzanne Andrade, Ken Burns, Kim Cattrall, Colin Cloud, David Edgar, Rupert Everett, Joseph Gilgun, Nathaniel Hall, Robert Icke, Natasha Lyonne, Eve Nicol, Rebecca Perry, Alia Shawkat--twice, Stef Smith, Meghan Tyler.

July 19, 2019

Mark Ronson to headline Edinburgh Hogmanay: BBC, The Skinny.

Traverse Theatre overhauls leadership structure with introduction of new creative development role.

Scottish theatre directors call for help in improving development opportunities.

Why TRNSMT is 'the gate to success' for Scottish acts.

BritBox: ITV and BBC set out plans for new streaming service.

Opinion: The comedians are ready and so are the crowds...but where are the Edinburgh critics?

Interviews: Alec Baldwin, Oona Doherty, David Hare, Danny MacAskill.

July 09, 2019

T in the Park won't ever be returning.

TV channel Dave is new Edinburgh comedy awards sponsor.

Scottish venues win protection from noise complaints as planning law is updated.

Interviews: Cressida Cowell, Holliday Grainger, William Jackson Harper, Ron Howard, David Lynch, Rose McGowan, Francesca Moody, Trevor Noah, Carlos Reygadas.

June 26, 2019

Snow Patrol pull out of TRNSMT, Lewis Capaldi steps in; Jess Glynne pulls out of TRNSMT.

Interviews: Elizabeth Banks, Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, David Lynch, Rose McGowan, Lucy Porter.

June 25, 2019

EIF facing 'accelerated decline' due to planned 10% cut.

Pitlochry Festival Theatre's summer season 2019--interview with director Elizabeth Newman.

Interviews: Danny Boyle, Jessica Chastain, Eve Ensler, Robert Icke, Laura Jurd, Simone Lahbib, Himesh Patel, Noomi Rapace, Andrew Scott, Peter Strickland and Gene Wilder--the lost interview.

 

June 10, 2019

CATS Awards: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Stage; Ian Brown, Giles Havergal.

Edinburgh arts festivals lobby for urgent visa reforms.

Interviews: Laura Dern, Ken Jeong, Alice Lowe, Patton Oswalt, John Turturro, Michelle Wolf.

May 23, 2019

Made in Scotland announces its 2019 line-up.

Elizabeth Newman--Pitlochry Festival Theatre's 2019 season.

Eve McConnachie on 'dance' films.

Good Omens to have a special free screening at EIFF.

The Verve and the Rolling Stones end dispute.

Interviews: Beanie Feldstein, Robert Zemeckis.

May 10, 2019

Killing Eve takes top Baftas.

Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland nominations: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Stage.

Interviews: Rosanna Arquette, Antonio Banderas, Selena Gomez, Laszlo Nemes, Ken Loach, Mads Mikkelsen, Keanu Reeves, Naomi Scott.

May 08, 2019

Lyceum announce new season: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Stage.

Perth Theatre and Concert Hall given a year to boost attendance figures by local council.

Scottish comedy Boyz in the Wood to open 2019 EIFF.

Edinburgh King's wins panto award.

Interviews: Claire Denis, Jared Harris, Werner Herzog, Madhur Jaffrey, George MacKay, Richard Madden, Stacy Martin, Shane Meadows, Robert Pattinson, JK Simmons.

April 29, 2019

Edinburgh's first purpose-built performance venue in more than 100 years wins planning permission.

Musical delights and gorgeous animation to hit St Andrew Square.

Interviews: Hugh Bonneville, Lily Collins, Mads Mikkelsen.

April 18, 2019

Mike Griffiths joins Lyceum.

Jessie Buckley to perform song from Wild Rose soundtrack in Glasgow gig.

Interviews: Tara Fitzgerald, Chloe Grace Moretz, Asia O'Hara, Maxine Peake, Astra Taylor.

April 15, 2019

Reactions to Electric Fields festival move: BBC, The Scotsman.

Promoter's Hollywood Bowl vision for Princes Street Gardens.

Edinburgh concert hall needed to 'balance city's business and culture'.

Pleasance announces £140k of Edinburgh awards for 2019 fringe.

A critic's guide to cheap theatre tickets.

Interviews: Brian Cox, Cherry Jones, Alessandro Nivola, Issa Rae.

April 11, 2019

Jackie Bird reveals she has quit Reporting Scotland.

Pop-up plays to be staged on CalMac ferries for celebration of coasts and waters.

Morven Masterton on Doc'nRoll.

New Dundee anthem becomes NTS's first music single.

Interviews: Bo Burnham, Udo Kier, Sam Rockwell, Andrew Scott, S Craig Zahler.

April 04, 2019

Edinburgh Festival Theatre birthday bash.

EIF: New strand of You Are Here; David Greig 'blasts' Sir James MacMillan over "hypocrisy"; Sir Ian McKellen fans furious as they miss out on tickets.

Sarah Balfour: Macrobert In project co-ordinator.

Interviews: Jessie Buckley, Callum Easter, Jonah Hill, Sophie Laplane, Tsai Ming-Liang, Anna Morris, Louise Redknapp, Sharon Rooney, Julian Schnabel, Kelly Macdonald--twice and Alice Rohrwacher--twice.

March 27, 2019

EIF announce 2019 programme: BBC, The Guardian, The Scotsman, The Stage; director fears impact of travel chaos in event of no-deal Brexit.

Rapture Theatre finds winning recipe for lunchtime theatre.

Grayson Perry makes Scottish debut at art festival.

Scots woman who was Hollywood's highest-paid female screenwriter.

Edinburgh Art Festival 2019--some of the highlights.

Interviews: Joan Cleville, Kirsty Gunn, Rachel Jackson, Guz Khan, Nicole Kidman, Kelly Macdonald, Stephen Mangan, Jordan Peele, Sharon Rooney, Gemma Whelan and Larry Cohen.

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.

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