RICHARD LUTZ checks out the best film on the box this week, and it’s a bright wee thing from Scotland.
The Independence debate north of Hadrian’s Wall is hotting up as JOHN KNOX, who covered Scottish Assembly politics for the BBC, reports.
RICHARD LUTZ, in his Scottish lair, reports on the latest news from north of Hadrian’s Wall.
RICHARD LUTZ reports from north of the border on independence fever.
He ducked out twice. The Prime Minister is spineless, says RICHARD LUTZ.
With less than a year until Scotland votes for independence, RICHARD LUTZ feels the heat rising in the referendum debate.
A rail lobby group has suggested that the new “micro-franchise” for Anglo-Scottish sleeper trains should improve links between the West Midlands and the Scottish Highlands.
There are interesting connections between WH Auden, Iceland and Bournville. Laurence Inman explains…..
“I have never been a weather-fetishist,” claims Laurence Inman.
Richard Lutz takes to the hills in Northwest Scotland and is a very tired man
As the World Shakespeare Festival kicks off in Stratford, we sent critic Mark Berman north to discover how the playwright fares in Glasgow
by Richard Lutz Banished to Scotland for a while, and thoughts turn to tv once I tire of haggis flavoured crisps, ‘interesting’ weather patterns and monomanic Old Firm sport coverage ITV’s local franchise STV, out of Glasgow, is an intriguing offer. Whenever I come north of the border, I notice it…
Howard McElston, our North of Carlisle reporter, puts down his claymore to tell us about developments in Tartanonia.
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…
Alan Clawley has been to Wales and wonders if the English are missing a trick.
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,…