BBC Filming / Heylor is next for crime drama filming
Reviews / Wordplay 2021: Identity, creativity and a strong sense of placeShetland’s annual literature festival Wordplay, celebrating its 20th birthday this year, comes to an end later today (Sunday). Alex Purbrick went along for Shetland News and spoke to local and visiting authors
BBC Filming / Maywick road closed on Monday to allow filming of ‘very important scenes’
Letters / Galling
BBC Filming / Sandwick to play host to crime drama filming
Court / Eagle-eyed prison staff foil drug smuggling attempt
BBC Filming / Crime drama filming to move to Tingwall valley
BBC Filming / Various traffic restrictions in Lerwick tomorrow as filming returns to town
BBC Filming / Crime drama crew to film in Gletness next week
Letters / Whalsay demands disabled public toilets and upgrade to ferry waiting room
Letters / Shetlanders know their islands best
Letters / Who knows about E.C. Stewart?
Letters / Tick box exercise
Letters / Everyone has to be part in fighting climate change
Letters / Who will benefit from the proposed Co-op supermarkets? The Co-op or the community?
Shetland Lives / A lifetime at seaRetired skippers John Arthur Irvine and Willie Williamson have more than 100 years of fishing between them. Both played a key role in progressing Whalsay’s pelagic fishing industry to what it is today. Here they share some of their stories with Chloe Irvine.
BBC Filming / Crime drama filming to head to Eshaness
Reviews / Welcome back to Screenplay – ‘we’re still here!’Celebrating life amongst dark times is a powerful theme running through this year’s Screenplay film festival, writes Alex Purbrick.
Letters / Can anyone help shed light on this family’s Shetland links?
BBC Filming / Gletness to feature prominently in new Shetland crime drama series
Letters / When will the Viking Energy bond be in place?
BBC Filming / More crime drama filming planned for Lerwick on Tuesday
Letters / Time to wake up and smell the coffee
Letters / Life will never be the same again
Letters / What happened to the previous scheme to build student accommodation?
Letters / Are any of these place names still remembered?
BBC Filming / Crime drama filming to resume in Lerwick next week
Features / Obituary: a pioneer in Shetland wildlife tourismLibby Weir-Breen, who helped to put Shetland on the world’s wildlife tourism map and founded the Island Holidays tour business with the late Bobby Tulloch, has died at the age of 72.
Court / Teacher’s prison sentence cut to 12 months on appeal
Letters / A fact check of SSEN’s cable reliability claims