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VIDEO: Photographer Martin Shields offers some handy tips on how to accurately frame and alter certain aspects of your photos.
Photograher Martin Shields picks his favourite pictures from an open theme set for the month of August - and asks for your back to school photographs for next month's theme.
The Hour stylist Tori MacKenzie had some stunning outfits that would be perfect for a day at the races.
The comedy pair spent the day at Perth Racecourse’s Charities Race Day, which was aiming to raise funds for the Prince’s Charities in Scotland.
The leading Scottish National Hunt stable is committed to developing new horseracing talent.
The First Minister spoke to The Hour’s Michelle McManus and STV newsreader John MacKay at Perth Racecourse’s Charities Race Day.
The Hour visits the leading National Hunt yard in Scotland.
Find out more information on The Princes Scottish Youth Business Trust (PSYBT), the charity featured on The Hour race day special.
The STV favourites present a special edition of the show live from Perth Racecourse, with food, drinks, fashion and racing tips from the First Minister.
We have tips on getting the kids prepared for the new term – from sharing our favourite school essentials, to tips from psychiatrist Dr Alex Yellowlees on fitting into new surroundings.
The new school term is fast approaching and in the first of this week’s back to school features, The Hour has been looking at some of the essentials needed for the first day back after the holidays.
The Herald’s Martin Shields chooses 5 of his favourite viewer’s holiday snaps before announcing an overall favourite.
Herald photographer Martin Shields joined The Hour to reveal his top tips for taking a great portrait shot.
The Hour took an Access All Areas look at one of Scotland’s leading model agencies to gain insight into the fast-paced and glamorous world of fashion modelling.
Farmer Adrian Ivory has spent months preparing to enter The Colonel into the cattle competition, but how will the old bull fare?
The Hour's royal correspondent explores the offerings at the Royal Highland Show.
Wendy Barrie, who is in charge of the Food and Drink Cookery Theatre at the Royal Highland Show, teaches Michelle and Tony how to taste cheese.
New breed of masons are sought as industry targets young tradespersons. The Hour spoke to experienced mason Andrew Ramsey.
The Hour followed mum-to-be Laurene Mathers as she went into labour and gave birth to a beautiful baby boy.
George Robinson from the One O’clock Gun and Timeball Association spoke to The Hour about the official ceremony being held on Saturday June 11 that includes a re-enactment of the first firing of the gun in 1861.