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The eve of the Scottish Lib Dems' conference in Aviemore and what better time to talk about Harris Tweed and Liberal backgrounds. Scott, Pat, Lesley and Sean make startling revelations. There are approximately 120,000 podcasts available according to Steve Jobs and this is the only place you will find the word 'Janus' defined. Another first for Feisty.
Direct download: The_Lib_Dems_Aftermath.mp3
Category:Aftermath -- posted at: 4:41 PM

Iain Mcwhirter, standing in for Lesley, meets Alec Spencer an ex prison governor  and the subject is prisons. The news lately, has not been good for the Prison Service with a series of high profile abscondees. Many are questioning the purpose of prison.
Direct download: 22_Feb_2008_Prisons.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:05 PM

Iain Macwhirter stood in for Lesley and hosted an interesting Riddoch Questions. Rather than the expected 'hang'em and flog'em' brigade; there seems to have been a more considered audience and this is reflected in this thoughtful Aftermath. As the subject is prisons, there are mature themes...be warned.
Direct download: The_Prisons_Aftermath.mp3
Category:Aftermath -- posted at: 1:03 PM

Coila and Karen are Cava, a face to face promotions business that comes face to face with Lesley Campbell. Lesley is a world wise global risk manager and business guru. What the New Hands need is some advice from someone who has been there and they get it from Anna St Clair, founder of the Ceramic Experience.
Direct download: New_Hands_1_Cava.mp3
Category:New Hands -- posted at: 11:45 AM

Stewart Stevenson and Alison Johnstone locked horns over the tolls and traffic congestion. Lesley had to jump in from time to time as a lively debate ensued.
Direct download: 15_Feb_2008_Green_Tolls.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:56 PM

The week after the tolls came off, Lesley saw a film about peak oil and Richard pondered free sugar at Starbucks; the stage was set for a 'robust' aftermath. The Transport Minister, Stewart Stevenson is mentioned in dispatches and seems to have some fans in the studio. The Greens do less well as Pat observes. But make your own mind up as the Riddoch Questions crew sit down and debrief tolls.
Direct download: Tolls_Aftermath.mp3
Category:Aftermath -- posted at: 3:32 PM

Howard Stapleton joins Lesley to explain his novel way of handling teenagers; ultrasonically. Within days of the topic appearing on Riddoch Questions, the English Children's Commissioner is calling for a ban on the audio device that targets children. Co-incidence; may be but the discussion gets heated as the generations have their say.
Direct download: Feb_8_2008_The_Mosquito_Teen_Repellent.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:18 PM

After the Teen Repellent, Sean, Jules, and Richard have the studio to themselves. Lesley has bolted off to Riga leaving the crew to discuss the niceness of neds, house prices and body piercings. There is a reference to drugs which is intended as a joke.
Direct download: Lesleys_Gone_to_Riga_Aftermath.mp3
Category:Aftermath -- posted at: 11:22 AM

In a packed and heated Riddoch Questions, Lesley tried to get to the bottom of the Democratic party's dilemma  about  Hilary Clinton with a number of American guests; campaigners Karin Robinson and Margot Miller, political editor Justin Shrager with Canadian author and Washington based journalist Suzanne Goldenberg adding to a crowded but fascinating programme.
Direct download: 1_February_2008_Clinton_vs_Obama.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:33 PM

There was a fairly coded Riddoch Questions that prompted Richard to muse about the nature of Americans, Lesley to discuss 'Branded' and Sean to reflect on East vs West side hip-hop. Oh, and mosquitoes for teenagers make an appearance.
Direct download: American_Election_Aftermath.mp3
Category:Aftermath -- posted at: 4:44 PM