Jan 31, 2009
In the cosy confines of Adam Smith College, the Riddoch Questions
crew are made welcome to their new home by Fifers. New voices, old
friends, and how Bradford and Paris are the same; all feature
in this Aftermath.
Jan 30, 2009
This week’s Riddoch Questions was recorded before an audience at Pitlochry Festival Theatre with Environment Minister Mike Russell and his opposite number, Labour’s Sarah Boyack together with representatives of the Scottish Wildlife Trust,Community Woodlands Association and Confederation of Forest Industries.
Jan 24, 2009
Immediately after the recording of the Riddoch Questions
Environment Debate at Pitlochry, everyone on the panel relaxed.
Lesley gave them all 5 minutes to relax and ...this is the
Jan 23, 2009
Lesley’s guests on Riddoch Questions this week are the former Observer editor and author of ‘The State We’re In’ - writer and commentator Will Hutton, right-wing political columnist for the Independent, Bruce Anderson, and former leader of the Scottish Socialist Party in Parliament – now their national...
Jan 16, 2009
Will Hutton, what have you done ? By the time, Lesley and the crew
got together for the last time in Abertay; everyone was buzzing
about the economic debate following the day's Riddoch Questions.
So, why not a conspiracy theory ?