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Things can only get better for pop singer Peter Cunnah as he reforms 90’s dance act D:Ream.
In 1605 Guy Fawkes and his conspirators attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament, but out of this attack came the King James Bible that redefined the world.
The rising Scots songstress gives her insight into life as an up-and-coming music artist.
Royal expert Rosa Zambonini spoke to The Hour about the upcoming Royal wedding and had some inside information on what to expect on Prince William and Kate Middleton’s big day.
Video: Royal fan Rosa Zambonini visited the pretty Scottish town to see where Kate and Wills fell in love and to meet some of the locals who shared in their happy memories.
Viewers of The Hour have been submitting their suggestions all day for the first Royal dance this Friday, April 29.
Irish comedian Ed Byrne spoke to The Hour about his current UK tour and why he isn’t a fan of the Royals.
For 23 years Gwyneth Guthrie played the incomparable Mrs Mack in the Scottish soap, but is now starring in Paras Over the Baras at Glasgow’s Pavilion Theatre.
Australian comedian Tim Minchin joins The Hour for a chat about his new show and his love of Scotland.
T'Pau's hit album Bridge of Spies is to be re-released in its most basic form, as the demo tracks that won them their record deal.
Comeback album from pop legends featuring new vocalist.
David Van Day, talks to The Hour about his recent escapades and his new single Rich & Famous.
Actors Claire Knight and Gary Lamont, who play Iona and Robbie in Scottish soap opera River City, are running the Edinburgh half marathon this Sunday (April 10) to raise funds for the Eileen McCallum Trust.
They’re already been booked to perform at This Morning’s street party on the South Bank but would love to play the wedding itself.
For 16 years Peat Loaf has been performing as his idol and although it's had his ups and downs he's still going strong.
Actor, comedian, entertainer and singer Dean Park returns to the stage for a new sing-along musical.
The Hanging Shed writer Gordon Ferris - who has broken into the top of the Amazon Kindle charts - says Scotland’s biggest city is the distillation of Scotland.
Scottish actor Alex Ferns is starring in gritty play The Hard Man, which combines violence with humour and was co-written by playwright Tom McGrath and notorious gangster turned artist Jimmy Boyle.
British comedian Greg Davies spoke to The Hour about his stand-up show Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog and explained why he’s nothing like Mr Gilbert from The Inbetweeners.
Sally Phillips and Fiona Allen are reunited in Glasgow tonight for Celebrity Autobiography, but a new version of Smack the Pony may not be far off.