Dec 28, 2007
John Crawford thinks wheelie bins should be emptied biweekly. Ross
from Bearsden disagrees. This week's Riddoch Questions has everyone
Dec 22, 2007
The Riddoch Questions crew jumped straight into rubbish and
meandered around various body decorations whilst touching all
things waste related. Newcomers Pat from Adam Smith and David from
Dundee Uni make their debut in this last Aftermath before
Dec 21, 2007
A week is a long time in politics and Martin Ford the Aberdeen councillor saw his fortunes change. A golf course, an American billionaire and some very heated debate feature in this week's Riddoch Questions. The producer was heard afterwards to say " Now, that was phone in."High praise indde and you will find out as...
Dec 14, 2007
Martin Ford -- the Aberdeenshire councillor whose veto blocked the Trump Golf proposal till the Scottish government called in the plans last week and Martin was removed as head of the council’s Infrastructure Committee. Did I give him too hard a time? A not inconsiderable flurry of emailers thought I...
Dec 14, 2007
Irvine Welsh, the author of 'Trainspotting' was pretty forthright
about drink; it is a human right to get intoxicated. The phone
lines lit up and the debate was heated as Lesley Riddoch steered
everyone around the subject of the demon drink.