Friday, February 24, 2017
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Podcast: After last year, who dares predict what 2017 will bring?

A lost majority for the SNP... then Brexit...now Trump... Who dares to predict what 2017 might bring, after all that? Surely only a fool...

Podcast: New media, old media, Dublin & Brexit

The media in Scotland, a subject always sure to stir controversy, but one that remains important as Scottish politics demands centre stage attention. The SNP's...

Podcast: On Britain’s bloody imperial past, and present

Craig Murray, scourge of the Blairite establishment during his time at the Foreign Office, and critic of the SNP after the party's refusal to...

Podcast: Should Scotland be thinking global, acting local?

World affairs are getting so scary, so baffling, that people are grasping for historical parallels. Is it the 1930s all over again? The cataclysmic...

Podcast: Making sense of failing Tory Brexonomics

What on earth is happening to the British economy in the wake of the Brexit vote? Chancellor Philip Hammond's revelation that Brexit may lead...

Podcast: Alex Neil MSP and the Nationalist case for Brexit

Alex Neil, one of the Scottish National Party's most prominent figures, shocked some colleagues when he revealed recently that he voted for Brexit in...

Podcast: Pat Kane says it’s time for Scotland to tack left

A vote for modernity and defining our own path. That's how self-described "musician, writer, thinker and pest" Pat Kane describes the independence vote Scotland...

Podcast: How’s it all hanging in Trumpland?

We invite two leading Yes figures, bloggers James Kelly (ScotGoesPop!) and Paul Kavanagh (WeeGingerDug) and what happens? Donald Trump gets elected that's what. Still reeling...

Podcast: Halloween horrors of a Tory majority at Holyrood…

What a weird world we are living in right now. A world where Japanese car manufacturers suddenly reverse all their concerns about Brexit and...

Podcast: Strange days, odd alliances and missing mandates

"Should Scotland be an independent country? Yes / No" asked the front page of the Daily Record on Friday. Yes, the Daily Record, creators...