Aug 27, 2019
After an opening salvo on the perils and dubious pleasures of digital technology and assembling hose systems (trust me it's more interesting than it sounds) we move on to discuss the modern phenomenon of so-called dirty camping. A symptom of our disposable culture or something more?
As Corbyn gets ready to meet the...
Aug 20, 2019
We spend the first part of this week's podcast on the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe.
You'll find out what Lesley liked,why I don't go,very often,and the part it plays in Scotland's culture,for good or ill.
Fans of the Tattoo should probably look away now.
Iain Duncan Smith, he of welfare reforms and Universal...
Aug 12, 2019
There has been a slew of articles by journalists and commentators down south supporting Scottish independence. Lesley tries, and succeeds, to tease out just what's going on.
Gordon Brown, in stark contrast, remerged to issue dire warnings about "disruptive and divisive nationalism". We question what, if any, relevance...
Aug 5, 2019
We return after a three week hiatus as a survey by pollster Lord Ashcroft put backing for Scottish independence at 46 per cent, with 43 per cent against.
Support for independence rose to 52 per cent, with 48 per cent against, when those who said they did not know how they would vote or said they would not vote were...