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Eddie was part of the famous comedy duo Little and Large.
From gardening tools to artisan pasta boxes, shoppers are going online to keep themselves entertained.
The Deacon Blue frontman performed the hit for the family of a fan who passed away from Covid-19.
The Scots comic thinks once the outbreak is over people will appreciate the simple things.
The Hollywood star donated the money to a crowd funding campaign raising money providing equipment for staff battling coronavirus.
The 73-year-old actor was eight when his mill worker father died, three weeks after being diagnosed with cancer.
Wondering how to keep the whole family entertained during lockdown? Here's seven fun ideas.
Retro music lover have been given a boost as organisers pledge to carry on with the festival 'if we can'.
The comedian gifted £20,000 to Children's Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) in a tribute to teenager Dylan Hairstains.
It will be the second record by the Scottish singer-songwriter.
The Glasgow festival's bosses said they will continue to monitor the situation.
The Scottish singer, 23, ended his UK tour on Sunday by performing at the city's P&J Live events space.
The UK Government and BBC said they didn't want 'anyone to be worried' about charges during the coronavirus crisis.
The comedian has spoken to STV News about his new artwork and his thoughts on independence.
Krysty Wilson-Cairns co-wrote the script for the acclaimed First World War film 1917.
The Ayrshire rock group will return to the stage for the first time in four years.
A music festival celebrating links between Fife and Johnny Cash is underway.
The Scot, who had previously left the door open to a stage return, has confirmed his stand-up career is over.
The West Lothian singer-songwriter is back home in Scotland to perform his first ever arena headline show at Glasgow’s Hydro.
A music venue in Glasgow has cancelled a heavy metal festival over links to neo-Nazi bands.