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Video showcase: PERSPECTIVE 1 and ‘Jock Tamson’s Bairns’

https://youtu.be/DIWr6aF-qFg The Scottish politics and arts video magazine PERSPECTIVE presents its first edition with a programme packed with insights, issues and even a few laughs. This first...

Phantom Power Films launch arts and politics pilot for pro-indy Scotland

Pro independence group Phantom Power have launched their promised arts and politics magazine show PERSPECTIVE. Newsnet.scot is proud to present the pilot show today. We plan...

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...

The list vote: The case for taking no risks with the...

So what is all this raging fuss about pro-indy voters and the regional "list" vote? Perhaps in the absence of any inter-party tensions during the...

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

Phantom Power and Newsnet contributor and author Christopher Silver published a pilot version of an online weekly politics and cultural show, The Sunday Review,...

ALTERED STATES II: Winner Takes Nothing film reflects on indyref aftermath

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter The second part of a retrospective documentary on the Scottish independence referendum and its aftermath - ALTERED STATE - has been...

Altered State: Reflections on Scotland first independence referendum

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter A new video has emerged that reflects on last year's Indyref, from the perspectives of various writers and bloggers from the...

Billy Kay: Broadcaster with a firm commitment to ‘the cause’

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter Top Scots broadcaster and social historian Billy Kay is to re-visit the referendum in an updated version of his radio documentary...

Sturgeon promises Clutha victims’ families that more facts will come about...

By a Newsnet.scot reporter First Minister Nicola Sturgeon assured the families of the police helicopter crash that she was sure more would be known about...

Chris Silver: The case for addressing Scotland’s ‘media deficit’

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter Scottish political blogger Chris Silver has launched a podcast series discussing the case for addressing what he describes as "Scotland's media...