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Stories of Scotland is a multi-award-winning Scottish history podcast. Join hosts Jenny and Annie as they unravel the rich tapestry of Scotland’s culture, nature and heritage. Prepared to climb into caves, cairns and chaos, Jenny and Annie travel around Scotland and investigate how stories of the past can help us make sense of modern life. Stories of Scotland celebrates Scottish history through traditional storytelling, archival research, museum objects and wandering in nature. It is recorde ...
 
Welcome to Politically Speaking, Scotland’s flagship political podcast brought to you from the editorial team of the award-winning Holyrood magazine. Whether you are more interested in what politicians do to relax than what they actually do in the parliament, this is the podcast where you will get the full skinny on politics, policy, and pure nonsense. ©Holyrood Communications
 
For the Love of Scotland is a podcast series from conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland. From coastlines to castles, art to architecture, wildlife to wilderness, the National Trust for Scotland cares for and protects some of Scotland's most significant places and spaces, allowing them to be enjoyed today while protecting them for future generations. Hosted by former BBC Reporting Scotland anchor Jackie Bird, each episode will tell some of the thrilling stories behind the Trus ...
 
Pitlochry Church of Scotland is a Presbyterian Church within the Church of Scotland and situated in the beautiful tourist town of Pitlochry in Perthshire, Scotland. At Pitlochry Church we believe something special happens when people come together to learn about and celebrate God. Every day we see God at work in the hearts and minds of our congregation. We hope that by listening to podcasts of our weekly sermons, you will be encouraged and challenged by God in new and unique ways. Christians ...
 
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Every year, seabirds gather in their millions across Scotland after migrating from across the globe, and their arrival can signal the first signs of spring. In this episode, NTS Rangers Ciaran Hatsell and Emily Wilkins join Jackie Bird to talk about two great wildlife spectacles.Door For the love of Scotland podcast
 
On 12 March, ahead of the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections, FDF Scotland held a hustings event. This podcast is the third in a three part series featuring highlights from the hustings. In the final part, the candidates answer questions around environmental sustainability and skills challenges. This includes the support needed for the food and dri…
 
Join Mandy Rhodes, editor of Holyrood Magazine, as she brings you insightful interviews with political players and key figures relevant to the latest goings on in the world of Scottish Politics. With political debate so polarised and people forced into either 'for' or 'against' positions, Mandy Rhodes interviews the former leader of Scottish Labour…
 
When we read the account of creation we see that it was always God’s intention to establish an intimate relationship with humanity; humankind was the crowning glory of all that he had created, it wasn’t just good, it was very good. We also see here that right from the beginning not only did God provide for humanity, he also gave responsibility and …
 
Cameron and Paul catch up to discuss the latest news about International games from 2022 and beyond. We discuss what this means for games in UK, look forward to a trip to Germany and discuss your thoughts and comments on our Wembley vs Spurs Stadium twitter vote. We look at some of the other latest news too including the Falcons coming to London, S…
 
It is 1826. You raise your pistol, level with your shoulder, take a deep breath and pull the trigger. You hear two shots, one from your gun, one from David Landale's. The final bullets ever fired in the ancient, if weird, act of duelling in Scotland. Check out all of our social media, websites and support us by clicking here. CREDITS: Written, narr…
 
Queen Elizabeth I died in the early hours of the 29th of March 1603 having resolutely refused to name an heir, to marry, or to attempt to conceive an heir. It meant the famed Tudor dynasty came to an end in the hands of a pasty-white, red-headed-leader - just like the end of Celtic’s dynasty, except where Elizabeth refused to be pumped Neil Lennon …
 
Sir John Curtice, Ian Montagu, and Claire Elliott review a hectic few weeks in Scottish politics, take a look at where the parties stand going into the 2021 Scottish Parliament election campaign, and discuss the potential impact of Alex Salmond's new pro-independence Alba party upon the makeup of Holyrood in May.…
 
Young fisher Mairi will do anything to return the sealskin to her almost-beloved selkie. The only problem is a few terrifying monsters stand in the way. In this final episode of a three-part miniseries, Annie and Jenny of Stories of Scotland Podcast retell classic Scottish mythology with a queer twist. Join Mairi on her journey into love & lore. Fu…
 
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