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A State of Mind Media presents 'A Celtic State of Mind' which is the award-winning podcast that offers a tantalising instalment of topical Celtic discussion, debate and insight. Hosted by author and documentary-maker, Paul John Dykes, ACSOM delves into the culture of Celtic Football Club and its fans. The podcast's mix of football and music chat will strike a chord with Celtic fans, as will the big interviews with individuals who possess A Celtic State of Mind.
 
A podcast series brought to you by Birlinn Limited, an independent publishing house based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Featuring readings, interviews with authors round-ups of the best new books from Scotland and beyond. Established in 1992, Birlinn Limited publishes books under a number of imprints: Birlinn; Polygon; BC Books; Arena Sport; and John Donald. Find out more at www.birlinn.co.uk.
 
Scottish politics dissected from a left, pro-independence stance. Each week, award-winning broadcaster and journalist, Lesley Riddoch chews over the week’s news with former media lecturer and Dundee United fan, Pat Joyce. If you like intelligent, quirky chat about Scottish society and culture, and Scottish, UK and international politics analysed from a Scottish perspective; this podcast is for you.
 
Glasgow & Barcelona based podcast, hosted by Sean McDonald. Sean interviews people from various segments of society, discussing serious topics with Scottish humour. From life stories, to social commentary and discussion on mental health topics, modern culture and more. Contact at seanmcdonald.podcast@gmail.com.
 
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If you thought chlorinated chicken was as bad as it gets, how do you fancy a "white protein" pie from untraceable sources? In this fascinating interview, former Scottish MEP and organic farmer Heather Anderson explains the threats hidden within the Internal Market Bill and the awful implications of Brexit on our parliament, our agriculture, our eco…
 
For the latest podcast Ali caught up with writer and presenter Damian Barr to talk all about the second series of The Big Scottish Book Club which airs on BBC Scotland this Sunday (25th). It's a welcome return to one of the all too few TV shows which unashamedly celebrates and discusses all aspects of the book world and those who love it, and it's …
 
Ever been haunted by smooth jazz? Me neither... Andy Stewart from Strong Language & Violent Scenes teams up with his co-host and our composer Mitch Bain to tell another tale of ghoulish woe from Elliott O'Donnell. CREDITS: Narration - Andy Stewart, Music - Mitch Bain, Editing - Michael ParkBy Be Quiet Media
 
Scotland and Edinburgh Winger, Darcy Graham joins hosts Chris Paterson and Rachel Malcolm on this week's podcast to give an insight into the Scotland camp and his return to international rugby where he will face Georgia at BT Murrayfield tomorrow night. Darcy discusses the change from club level to international level, the COVID-19 protocols in pla…
 
In the latest installments of our Guest Specials, Good John is joined by Paul Goodwin from fans group Scottish Football Supporters Association. Paul outlines the work that goes on within the organisation as they aim to give fans more of a say in the running of Scottish Football and to have more fans representation on club boards. He goes in depth w…
 
On this week's podcast Cammy, John and Rory chat about the Lions playing a "home" game at Murrayfield, look ahead to Scotland Men v Georgia and Scotland Women v France at the weekend. Elsewhere we talk manscaping, stadium branding and why the later episodes of Columbo are crap. Don't forget to visit the blog www.scottishrugbyblog.co.uk For ad-free …
 
Here's the latest Foot Stompin' Podcast from lockdown in Glasgow! Featuring some great new and classic music from James Harper, Jenny Sturgeon, Jack Badcock and a classic from Gerry Rafferty! If you enjoy these podcasts please support our Patreon at www.patreon.com/handsufortrad Culzean by James Harper Track - Montelago http://jamesharper.bandcamp.…
 
As a boy growing up in Edinburgh, Chris Tolley liked nothing more than a quiet evening in reading Mozart sheet music. Music was his destiny and, after university, he landed a job with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group, rapidly progressing from photocopying sheet music to taking the lead on extraordinary events such as the Concert for Diana.…
 
Although a point against Aberdeen in the "New Firm" derby is by no means a poor result for recently-promoted Dundee United, just three victories from their first 11 Scottish Premiership games isn't entirely impressive either. On this week's main podcast Niall and Stefan take a look at the numbers behind Micky Mellon's team and try to figure out whe…
 
Join award-winning writer and historian Alistair Moffat as he travels through the Highlands and Islands of Scotland in the steps of the extraordinary Holy Men who first brought the word of God to Scotland fourteen centuries ago. In this delightful podcast episode, Alistair Moffat details the lengths he went to in order to capture the 'spirit of pla…
 
Rangers roll Celtic over at Celtic Park to seize the initiative in the title race. Are calls for Neil Lennon’s head fair? Will he embark on a 24-style mission to out the club mole that’s leaking the team? St Johnstone are suddenly free-scoring. Is Stevie May back and can the Saints reach the top 6 again? Plus BSC Glasgow, Hearts’ social media team …
 
Hamish, Callum and Calum are joined by East Fife's Thomas Collins for a hectic weekend review. They look back at Rangers' emphatic win at Celtic Park, an eight goal thriller in Hamilton, another big win for Kilmarnock and the return of the lower leagues of the SPFL. Plus the guys hear what it's like to be a footballer during the COVID-19 pandemic f…
 
We're back after a break to bring you a conversation with Ray Cox, a photographer based in Perthshire and specialising in plants and gardening. His images are frequently published in newspapers and magazines like Scotland on Sunday, The English Garden, Scottish Gardener - and he also contributes to many gardening books. We discuss the process of lo…
 
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