Richard Lutz continues his early assault on the world of journalism as a cub reporter.
Richard Lutz walked into his first newsroom 40 years ago today – 2 June, 1975. He revisits his entry into journalism that began a slow rise to mediocrity.
Despite Thursday’s Scottish referendum result, the longer term direction of travel is towards independence argues Steve Beauchampé.
Scotland takes stock of the vote against Independence. And John Knox, a former BBC political correspondent, forwards this letter from Edinburgh.
John Knox, who until recently covered Scottish politics for the BBC, files this report.
Richard Lutz heads north- on a mission. The Gaelic names tumble from the tongue- Carn a Coire Boidheach, Sgurr Gaibhre, Liathach and Schiehallion. Those and about 280 others that collectively are the Munro mountains of Scotland. As Nigel said last month: ‘Climbing them all isn’t a hobby- it’s a sickness.’ I went up my 99th…
Richard Lutz is in Scotland- land of vicious football violence, demented sectarianism and an escalating murder rate. But no riots. He finds out why. North of the border then for a Scottish break. And as I pass Carlisle, things change. The air is sweeter, the accent sharper, the weather…well, the weather gets, shall we say,…
Dave Woodhall’s been to Bonnie Scotland – and rather likes it.