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Part 1: The History The Doric tongue so common in the North-East is part of the Scots Language. But where did this language come from, and what makes the Doric special? Our two academics Professors Smith and Millar guide the discussion. Part 2: The Present North East Scots has experienced a tumultuous time of late. Join Sheena Blackhall the famed Doric poet and our two academics Professors Smith and Millar to explore how the Doric came to be the way it is. Part 3: The Future What does the fu ...
 
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For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer Alan Gillespie whose novel debut 'The Mash House' is out now, published with Unbound. The two talk about Alan's life as a writer from the early days through to the writing and publication of 'The Mash House', his inspirations and influences, the interaction between people and place in the novel, worki…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. David Robertson talks to John Walker about his career in the Scotland, England, the USA & India. Website: https://scotsabroadpod.com Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScotsAbroadPod Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScotsAbroadPod Facebook: ht…
 
The latest SWH! podcast is an interview with director & theatre-maker Beth Morton and playwright Morna Young who tell us all about Braw Tales - five short animated stories by some of Scotland’s most exciting writers and animators, presented by An Tobar & Mull Theatre. They talk about the process of collaborating with animators, musicians, performer…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to singer/songwriter, composer, and arranger Debra Salem about 'In A Sma Room', the musical project inspired by the life and poetry of William Soutar. The two talk about what drew Debra to Soutar's work, how the project began, its theatrical roots, the involvement of writer Ajay Close, the incredible musicians …
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer Linda Cracknell about her latest novel, 'The Other Side of Stone' (or is it a novella, or a short story collection?). As well as the format, the two discuss the importance of place in Linda's work, her fascination with derelict buildings, how and why she picked these stories to tell, the unusual start…
 
The boys discuss Rangers beating Celtic 2-0 to knock them out of the Scottish Cup, Steve Clarke & Scotland, latest rumours on who will be the next Celtic manager, Scott Brown leaving Celtic for Aberdeen, Nathan Patterson in the Scotland squad? Kudela banned for 10 games for racially abusing Glen Kamara, European Super League, all this & more!…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali caught up with poet, spoken word artist, and scriptwriter Cat Hepburn to talk about her latest published collection 'Dating & Other Hobbies'. Cat is someone we've wanted on the podcast for a while, and it's fascinating to hear about the new poetry, her first published short stories, the way she approaches different f…
 
Rangers defeat Celtic 2-1 at Parkhead, and the hopes of their 55th title seemed likely, but then the second half of the domestic campaign went off the rails. Rangers defeated Braga in the last 32 of the Europa League then the Covid-19 pandemic kicked in which ended the season early. All this and more!…
 
For the latest SWH! Podcast Ali spoke to rapper. poet, songwriter, and producer, Dave Hook (better known to many as Solareye). The two discuss the history of Stanley Odd and the band's new album 'STAY ODD: The Magic of Everyday Things', why they decided to publish a book of lyrics to go with it, some of the individual tracks and themes, the collabo…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer Aidan Martin about 'Euphoric Recall', a memoir which deals with his recovery from extreme trauma and addiction. The two discuss why he wrote the book - and why he chose memoir over fiction, how it felt to return to these traumatic events, how writing helped his recovery, the inspiration for the book's…
 
For the latest podcast Ali spoke folksinger Iona Fyfe about her exceptional musical career, as well as her work in support of Scots language. They talk about her unconventional time at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the inspirational lecturers she encountered, her deep roots in traditional music, the recent changes she has seen in Folk, as we…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast we welcome back writer John D. Burns to talk about his latest book, 'Wild Winter - In Search of Nature in Scotland's Mountain Landscape'. Originally proposed as an account of Winter in the wilds of Scotland, the arrival of the COVID 19 pandemic threw those plans into disarray and the result is a very different book to th…
 
For the latest podcast Ali spoke to Martin Metcalfe who has been in a variety of bands over the years, but who is best known to many as the frontman of Goodbye Mr Mackenzie - one of Scotland's finest bands. Martin talks about the early days of the band, the music scene in Edinburgh in the '80s, the bands who influenced them and those they admired, …
 
The boys kick off the show discussing Rangers 55th title win (which we will get into more detail in part 3), Rangers entering Administration, being demoted to the lower leagues, Ally McCoist on leaving the club as manager, the trials and tribulations of that time and moreDoor ScotScore: A Scottish Football Podcast
 
For the latest SWH! Podcast Ali spoke to Dr Craig Lamont about his fascinating book The Cultural Memory of Georgian Glasgow which gives new insight into Scotland's largest city during what was known as the long 18th century, merging historical, literary, and memory studies. The two discuss the Scottish Enlightenment, the emerging print culture, the…
 
Alison talks about how she started in the media, reporting on football during the pandemic, working with Hugh Keevins, football clubs relationship with the media, reporting on games abroad, her love of supporting Forfar, advice for up and coming journalists, all this & more!Door ScotScore: A Scottish Football Podcast
 
The boys discuss Neil Lennon resigning from Celtic, is his legacy tarnished after what has happened this season? Who will replace Lennon at Celtic? What players need to go in the summer? Rangers' outstanding performances against Royal Antwerp, Rangers players breaking Covid-19 rules, Rangers close in on 55, The League Cup Final between St Johnstone…
 
For the latest of our Glasgow Film Festival Podcasts Ali spoke to Australian filmmaker Heather Croall about her documentary 'Yer Old Faither' which, as the title suggests, is about her Glaswegian born Dad who took the family to settle in the infamous industrial city of Whyalla, Australia. It's a deeply personal film which will be nevertheless be re…
 
For the latest in out series of Glasgow Film Festival podcasts Ali spoke to director, producer, and cinematographer Alastair Cole to talk about his film 'Iorram (Boat Song)', which is the first cinema documentary entirely in Scots Gaelic. Alastair talks about the unusual structure of the film, the vital importance of audio archive, the different ty…
 
For the second in our series of Glasgow Film Festival 2021 podcasts Ali spoke to Maya Medvesek, better known as internationally renowned DJ Nightwave, to talk about the music documentary 'Underplayed'. The film shines a light on gender inequality in the electronic dance music scene, and Maya, who features in the film, talks all about her experience…
 
For the latest of our Glasgow Film Festival Podcasts Ali spoke to a previous guest, Anthony Baxter, this time around to talk about 'Eye of the Storm', his documentary about the landscape artist James Morrison. Anthony discusses why he chose James as his subject, the use of mixed media - especially Catriona Black's animation, the soundtrack and what…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast, Ali caught up with Sorcha Dallas, the custodian of the Alasdair Gray Archive, to talk about the plans for Gray Day, which is the 25th February 2021 - the 40th anniversary of the publication of Alasdair's debut novel 'Lanark', a book which had a profound impact on Scotland's literature and culture. They talk about the da…
 
Euan McLean speaks about how he got involved in journalism, his experience working at The Daily Record, reporting on golf & football, his least favourite footballer to interview, the relationship between the media and football clubs in 2021, the future of print media, all this & more!Door ScotScore: A Scottish Football Podcast
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali caught up with filmmaker, DJ, and comic book creator Etienne Kubwabo to talk about 'Beats of War' his comic book series which is so much more. The two discuss the inspiration behind the book, the importance of place and why Etienne wants to put Scotland on the page, and hopefully on the screen, the influences from hi…
 
In this special episode John Walker is joined by Gordo from The Trampled Bet Podcast, Thomas Nicholl from The 4th Official Podcast, Ben McNicol from The Short Corner Podcast & Paul Petrie from McBookie to discuss which players, currently playing outside the UK will make the EURO 2020 Scotland squad. You can view the McBookie market under 'Specials'…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to Young Adult author Ross Sayers about his latest novel 'Daisy on the Outer Line', as well as his previous work 'Mary's the Name' and 'Sonny and Me' (all published by the YA publisher Cranachan). Ross is one of our favourite writers, and there are none better writing in the field of YA fiction today. It's a fa…
 
The latest in our series of interviews we change track slightly and talk to a singer-songwriter from Yoker whose had success at home an abroad. Barrie-James was front man of the band Kassidy who produced two Scottish Album Chart Top 10 albums in the early 2010's. Now a solo artist we discuss songwriting, touring the world and the differences betwee…
 
For the latest podcast Ali caught up with writer and performer Alan Bissett, who was one of our earliest podcast guests back in 2011. That was the year of his last novel 'Pack Men' and the two talk about his first book of published prose since, the novella 'Lazy Susan'. They discuss the character of Susie 'Q' Martin, the return to writing fiction, …
 
The latest podcast is all about the forthcoming Paisley Book Festival, and Ali spoke to co-producer Keira Brown and writer-in-residence Imogen Stirling all about the festival, the necessary move to online, the theme of 'Radical New Futures', and a whole lot more. Keira talks us through the programme, and how people can get involved, and Imogen expl…
 
For the first SWH! podcast of 2021 Ali spoke to writer David F. Ross about his latest novel 'There's Only One Danny Garvey' (out now, published by Orenda Books). The two try to avoid all spoilers as they talk about the inspiration behind the book, and Danny himself, as well as the setting of Scottish junior football, a different approach to writing…
 
The boys are back for the first episode of 2021! We discuss Celtic's disastrous trip to Dubai, 13 Celtic players and including coaching staff forced into self isolation, 21 points behind Rangers in the League, Neil Lennon's shocking press conference rant, all this and more!Door ScotScore: A Scottish Football Podcast
 
This is a bonus podcast for the end of this difficult year. During Lockdown 1 Ali recorded podcasts with his brother Andy to discuss their favourite albums from the 1980s to the last decade, which you can still find at scotswhayhae.com. Recently they got together once again to discuss their cultural year, and the things which have helped them throu…
 
The final podcast for this year is our roundup of the Best Music of 2020, where Ali is joined by Richard Bull, the producer of BBC Radio Scotland's Roddy Hart Show. They each pick 10 releases to talk about, but take a few detours and diversions along the way. We hope you enjoy their musical memories of the past 12 months, and find something of enou…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. David Bates talks to John Walker about his career in the Scotland, Germany, England & Belgium. David started his football career with his local side Raith Rovers where he spent 5 years developing his style including loan moves to East Stirlingshire &…
 
The boys discuss the protests that have been going at Celtic Park, have Celtic turned the corner? Turnbull impress for Celtic, should he start ahead of Brown? Rangers top their Europa League group and draw Antwerp in the last 32, should Itten ahead of Morelos? James Tavernier’s unbelievable form continues and is there any fullback anywhere near his…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to artists Frances Macdonald and Ross Ryan about their current exhibition at The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh. Frances and Ross are mother and son, so the exhibition's title of A Family Affair is apt. They explain their working methods, how the were first drawn to art, how they approached this collaborative ex…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. Ifeoma Dieke talks to John Walker about her career in the United States, Sweden & Cyprus. Ife started her career in much h closer to home with the Cumbernauld Cosmos & Cumbernauld Ladies before embarking on a scholarship program in Florida with the F…
 
In the year when cinemas were closed for most of it, and films schedules were pushed back to who knows when, you might think it would be tough to talk about the Best Films of 2020 for any length of time. Well think again, as Chris, Wesley, and Ali reunite for their annual chat about their favourite movies of the past 12 months. Picking five each, t…
 
This year was such a great one for Scottish writing that we had to split our Best Books of 2020 podcast into two parts to allow time for everything we had to talk about in. For both parts Ali was once again joined by Publishing Scotland's Vikki Reilly, who became a published author herself this year. The two pick their favourite books from the last…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. Chris Iwelumo talks to John Walker about his career in Scotland, England, Denmark & Germany. Chris started his career as a youth at St Mirren becforme moving to Denmark to play for Aarhus Fremad. He then spent much of his career in England playing in…
 
The boys discuss Celtic getting dumped out of the Europa League & League Cup in the same week, protests at Celtic Park, Lennon given the backing by the Celtic board, Rangers make the last 32 for the second year in a row, who can stop Rangers? Can Rangers go unbeaten? All this & more!Door ScotScore: A Scottish Football Podcast
 
This year was such a great one for Scottish writing that we had to split out Best Books of 2020 podcast into two parts to fit everything we had to talk about in. For both parts Ali was once again joined by Publishing Scotland's Vikki Reilly, who became a published author herself this year. The two pick their favourite books from the last 12 months,…
 
The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who have played outside of the UK. Anthony McDonald talks to John Walker about his move to Spain. We talk to Anthony about his youth, being born in Cyprus before moving to Scotland a few months old and his childhood Celtic fandom. The striker started at Livingston before joining Heart…
 
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