Phantom Power: Planning an online TV take on culture and politics

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  1. Very interesting conversation…..

    I wish you well in your endeavours…

    The Yes Aliance is still alive and well….

  2. This is a marvellous concept. I’ve just watched a professional interview where Iain Macwhirter is interviewed by Christopher Silver.

    The quality of picture and sound was first class, unlike many of the youtube efforts where often fine messages are lost because of poor video work and or poor sound quality.

    However not too many voters will sit through 44 minutes of too many interviews like this. I would hope that many of the future productions will show people how much London has changed since Scottish Oil and Gas Revenues began to flow into it.

    Or how Independent Norway has prospered through its Oil and Gas Revenues – they discovered their fields around the same time as we did.

    There is plenty of footage around showing London in the grip of a 3 day week with rubbish piled up everywhere as were bodies in morgues all over London and the south east, not to mention factories operating a three day week because they couldn’t afford the electricity to run them over 5 or 6 days.

    Words are great but nothing tells a story like pictures, preferably moving ones.

  3. What a refreshing idea for a newly Independent country – we support and encourage all countries of the World as they strive for Independence, except Scotland 🙁

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