Tue, 24 September 2019
The Supreme court's unanimous decision to declare Boris Johnson's prorogation of Parliament not only unlawful but null and void takes up the majority of this week's podcast.
We consider the central role of the "Scottish case", brought by Joanna Cherry QC MP and others in this momentous ruling.
We also try and predict, you can be the judge of how successfully in the next few days, what ramifications it will have for Johnson's future, a General Election, and Scottish independence.
Great Thunberg made an impassioned speech to the UN this week on the climate emergency. Lesley reflects on the burden that this young woman seems to be bearing for the whole of the planet and asks are we as individuals,and governments, including the Scottish,talking the talk but not doing the walk.
We both chip in on two very emotional experiences this past weekend.
Lesley at the Lismore book festival where Mairi Campbell ,a pioneering musician gave a remarkable concert that pushed the boundaries of Scottish traditional music.
Me, rather more mundanely, at Tannadice with Lawrence Shankland's two late goals.