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PODCAST NEWS: The Prof, the news and BBC Reporting Scotland

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter The BBC's Reporting Scotland was hailed as TV news programme of the year for 2014 by the Royal Television Society this...

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: How to lobby at Holyrood, and other stories

Nicola Sturgeon in the USA, Donald T***p in Florida, MSPs at Holyrood. This week has been a routine one in politics, which led us...

The world according to Peter May

Best-selling author Peter May is rapidly becoming a Scottish crime writing institution. After a lengthy and successful career as a TV drama writer, Peter returned...

Podcast: Days of chaos on planet Britannia

What's all the fuss about? Priti Patel drops in on, er, 12 meetings while on "holiday" in Israel, including a friendly chat with the...

Podcast: An election, cor blimey and luv a duck

Cor blimey, turn your back for an instant and before you know it that Theresa May's gone and called an election! What's that all...

Podcast: When politics stops making sense

It is July, but not quite the silly season. We invited two of Scottish politics' keenest observers to the Newsnet studio to chew over...

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...

Spicy Scottish politics and the Left view from Red Pepper

Leading Left thinker, academic and magazine editor Hilary Wainwright delivered the keynote address at the weekend launch of CommonSpace in Glasgow, and took time...

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...