The people you’d want to keep tabs on in the coming days are here.
Here’s a look at some of the people you might want to follow.
Aberdeen-based journalistCaitlin Hinton is a freelance writer who lives in Aberdeen.
She tweets at @CaitLindaHinton.
Aberrant-based artistGarry McKnight is a Perth-based painter and photographer.
He lives in Perth.
Hugh McKnight writes about music, design and culture.
He is based in Perth, and tweets at @hughmckey.
Derbyshire-based authorMark Kavanagh is a literary agent and founder of Literary Agency Bayside.
He writes about film, art and music.
John Macdonald is a writer and a lecturer in communication.
He tweets at @JohnMacdonald.
Leeds-based musicianTim Mould is a musician, songwriter and writer.
He works as a journalist for The Independent and writes about culture, politics and the arts.
Tim Moughton is a singer and guitarist who is based at Liverpool’s The Bitter End.
He has worked with the likes of Mumford and Sons, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and The Beach Boys.
Mitch Stewart is a Scottish musician and former bassist with the band Blur.
He wrote the music for the documentary The Ghosts of Tomorrow, which is due to be screened at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
He blogs about his music career at http://theghostsoftomorrow.blogspot.co.uk.
Peter Meecham is a former journalist and writer, and currently lives in New York.
He can be found at http/www.petersmecham.co., or at @petersm.
Rugby League playerRob Green is an international rugby league player who played for the St George Illawarra Dragons and the Dragons.
He now works as an analyst for the BBC’s Rugby League World Series.
Rob Green (@robbgreen) is a rugby league commentator.
Bridget O’Connor is a journalist, author and a regular contributor to The Irish Times.
She writes about sport, culture and politics.
Her first book, The Big Picture: A Journey Through Ireland, is out now. Read more: