We spoke with Bruno Longmore and Neil Miller at the National Records Office about some of the 15 year-old Cabinet papers released to the general public.
Allan Stewart and Grant Stott head up this year’s Panto at The King’s. Beauty and the Beast has not been staged there for around 50 years. Joining them as Belle is Gillian Parkhouse who joined us in the rehearsal room for a chat
City figure Ricky Demarco joined campaigners trying to save St Johns School in Portobello we spoke to him outside the City Chambers
Keith Hartley Chief Curator and Deputy Director of Modern and Contemporary Art at NGS speaking about Warhol and Paolozzi
There is a new exhibition at Modern Two showing work by Pop Art giants Eduardo Paolozzi and Andy Warhol - although the curator is not sure that they would have got along very well! There are many parallels int heir work brought out here.
Robert PhilIp is a music historian and Edinburgh resident. He has just published a huge book on orchestral music, The Classical Music Lover's Companion to Orchestral Music. It is published by Yale University Press. Here he talks to The Edinburgh Reporter about the book.
We spoke to one of the gardeners Claire McWilliams who told us the story of the Little Libraries which are situated in the park.
Claire told us : "I am one of the many volunteers who garden in Starbank Park. As an extra bit I look after the little library that we have in the park. We have two beautiful libraries made by other volunteers . One is for children's books - we would always love more children's books as they are very very popular.
"They are called little libraries - don't think of the traditional library fines and book cards! There is none of that. Please come and help yourself to a book. Please also put the book back or bring another book. Some people sit on the lovely benches here and read to their children. That makes my heart so glad!
"I can't claim any credit for this - the libraries just appeared, but because I have a background in books I edged forward and tidied them because it is my thing! Our adult one is shaped like a tardis."
Starbank Park is open to the public 24/7 and the libraries are too. When it first opened in 1891 there were gates locked at night but that practice has since stopped, so now you can go and enjoy the books and the gardens any time.