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Podcast: Life as a nationalist MP in the Commons

Last June was an unusually nervous time for the SNP. Riding high in successive post-referendum elections, suddenly majorities were shaky and canvassers were finding...

Podcast: Spring has sprung, the grass is ris…

We wonder where the birdies is... Climate change, renewables and the need to keep the lights on... the dawn chorus is starting earlier and it's...

Podcast & Video: History’s case for Scotland in Europe

Is it possible to think of Scotland outside Europe? Our special guest this week is author, presenter and social historian Billy Kay, who argues...

So, the independence referendum campaign – how was it for you?

By a Newsnet.scot reporter So, the referendum campaign - how was it for you? Writer Peter Arnott and journalist Angela Haggerty joined podcast host Derek Bateman...

Podcast: GERS and Scottish economic prospects

Yes, this week witnessed "GERSmas", the annual frenzy that accompanies the economic figures that mean all things to everyone as soon as they are...

Podcast: Tommy’s journey from Labour mainstream to SNP

It is being billed as one of the most polite campaigns of recent politics. Chris , Angus Robertson Tommy Sheppard and Alyn Smith have...

Podcast: A Welsh perspective on Brexit and the nations

What does Brexit mean for the devolved nations of Britain? We know so much about the political debate in Scotland, but what about Wales. Unlike...

Podcast: Where next for the independence movement?

What next for the Scottish independence movement? With support apparently stalled in the polls, indy still runs high in terms of public support --...

Podcast: How do we learn to sing a new song for...

As Theresa May prepared her latest Brexit speech in the bizarrely chosen venue of Florence, Newsnet took time to record a fresh analysis of...

Podcast: Setting the record straight on Scottish economy?

Independence means you'll be poor, says Radio 4 Today presenter John Humphrys. We'll stop writing you cheques, says The Telegraph... Two bizarre establishment responses...