If you never lived through the first incarnation of Rollermania in the 1970s, it’s probably difficult to understand how much a group of working-class Scottish youngsters grabbed the music world by the scruff of the neck and created – however temporarily – a brand which sought and gained global domination.
They sang shang-a-lang and tried to run with the gang – but the screaming tartan army of Bay City Roller fans were held back by the police.
The search is on for descendants of victims of a deadly rail crash which cast a dark shadow over Arbroath.
Some 20 years ago, a rising indie rock band postponed a Lemon Tree gig to play a promotional slot at a US radio station Christmas party instead.
He was the man who swung to the beat on the sunny, sunny side of the street for more than 60 years.
The many communities of Aberdeen help make it a great place to live, work and play.