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Scottish Business Network

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Scottish Business Network

Fraser Allen from Fraser Allen Communications

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As a journalist and member of the Scottish Business Network, I was keen to start a fortnightly podcast interviewing the big personalities of the Scottish business world. Dip in - you'll hear from some amazing people! Available on Apple Music, Spotify and all the main podcast platforms. If you like what you hear, simply search for 'Scottish Business Network' on your preferred podcast provider and subscribe. Thank you.
 
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Scottish Blethers

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Scottish Blethers

Liz Lister & Helen Houston

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In Scotland, when friends get together they blether. When those friends happen to be Scottish Blue Badge Tourist Guides you can be sure that the country they are so passionate about will be right at the heart of their discussions. Contemporary and historical; culinary and cultural; reminiscence and anecdote - from accommodation to zoos, the chat will range across the entire alphabet of topics and issues that are live and happening in Scotland right now. We hope that you’ll join us - there’s ...
 
Welcome to The Thistle, the only podcast that cares about Scottish rugby. A light-hearted look at rugby union in Scotland, from three rugby fans who never quite made the grade. Expect razor sharp insight from a panel that can count amongst its achievements a Scottish Schools Cup winners medal, the captaincy of the Newcastle 2s dirt trackers, and second place at the 2016 Elie beach rugby tournament. Twitter handle: @thistlerugbypod Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thethistle. Host ...
 
The podcast that takes a sideways look at Scottish rugby. Covering the best from the Scottish Rugby Blog and beyond (www.scottishrugbyblog.co.uk) on an almost weekly basis. Contact podcast@scottishrugbyblog.co.uk. Theme Music "Coyote" by Woodentooth (http://www.woodentooth.com). Get ad free episodes plus bonus content on Patreon from £3 per month Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/scottishrugbyblog. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Welcome! This is a podcast based around the very popular Digimon Card Game! Bringing you this podcast all the way in beautiful Scotland are Adam, Callum and Jason with an occasional guest from the local community. We aim to bring a new level of discussion to the podcast scene, talking about meta decks, upcoming sets and just general Digimon TCG related products. Thank you for listening! Please note this podcast will have explicit language and is not intended for children.
 
A weekly podcast covering all things Scottish and sometimes scary. Hosted by Stefanie she discusses everything from haunted castles, ghost stories and mythological creatures from across Scotland. If your interested in Scottish history, horror or just love a good ghost story this is the podcast for you. Instagram: @scottishandscaredpod Team: @stefanietyre @sashatyre Email: scottishandscared@gmail.com
 
Documenting the reported and unreported strange occurrences in Scotland. We will delve into the strange stories kept within families or a close circle of friends, bring them to the light of day, research past cases, witness interviews, discussion, and on-site recordings when possible. You will hear anything paranormal from, ufo’s/uap’s, alien abduction, cryptids, folklore, entities, ghosts, spirituality, and high strangeness. Join us and contribute with your accounts at scottishparanormalpod ...
 
'A Scottish Podcast' is a serialised modern audio drama. It chronicles the story of Lee, a washed up former radio DJ who launches a paranormal investigation podcast. Lee wants to see his show The Terror Files mentioned up there alongside podcasts like The Black Tapes, Limetown, and The Message. And he’ll stop at nothing to achieve it. Aided by his jaded musician pal Dougie, the pair travel the length and breadth of the country in search of Medieval Demon Kings and Lovecraftian Gods of the Se ...
 
Developed by the Scottish Canoe Association (SCA). The Scottish Paddlecast is an opportunity for you to learn about the different sides of the SCA and paddlesport in Scotland as we talk about a range of subjects, interview a variety of guests, and tap into a wealth of knowledge. Subscribe now to keep up-to-date with new episodes.
 
A podcast series brought to you by the Scottish Centre for Global History in association with the University of Dundee. Through our research workshops and editorial podcasts, we aim to democratise Global History and give a public platform to postgraduate research. You can see our full list of history blogs and academic resources at globalhistory.org.uk If you'd like to contribute a blog post or take part in a virtual research workshop, please contact us via email at SCGH@dundee.ac.uk or via ...
 
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It's alway nice when you can get the words of the Gaels themselves to describe their own culture. Here, I use an excerpt from The Everyday Life of the Clans of the Scottish Highlands, by Michael Newton, where a MacLeod of Raasay woman composed a lament for her brother in 1671. In it, she describes what he wore, which is enlightening but not what yo…
 
When it comes to buying a house, one of the most important things to consider is how much you can borrow from a lender. There are a number of factors that lenders take into account when determining your borrowing amount, including income and outgoings. All lenders have their own criteria and systems for determining what you can borrow. Some may hav…
 
Motherwell Head Groundsman Paul Matthew joins Laura Brannan for a special episode to explain how pitches cope in the harsh Scottish winters. He's the man credited with what is widely regarded as one of, if not the best, pitch in the country, but how does he manage it? Paul breaks down which weather is the most challenging, how the different types o…
 
If you’ve had any interaction with the Scottish marketing industry, you will almost certainly have heard of Tayburn, one of the leading agencies in Scotland for more than four decades. Our guest in this episode is Richard Simpson, who joined Tayburn 14 years ago, before participating in a management buyout to become co-owner and joint managing dire…
 
It's Calcutta Cup week! And we are delighted to be joined by Scotland and British & Irish Lions wing, Sean Maitland, on this week's episode of the Official Scottish Rugby Podcast. Sean talks to Chris and Caroline about his elation after being named in Gregor Townsend's squad ahead of this years Guinness Six Nations, his love for Saracens, and what …
 
Today marks 104 years since the Battle of George Square took place in Glasgow. It is 1919. Troops are on the streets of Glasgow to quell a potential Communist uprising. What happened? The Riot Act happened. CREDITS The Voice of the Riot Act is Paul Houlihan The score was written by the human Fialka cipher, Mitch Bain. This episode wouldn't be possi…
 
In our latest episode, regulars John, Erin and Jeff are joined by Hibs fan Charlie. He returns to the podcast after being on a couple of our Premiership specials. We kick off by chatting about Hibs weekend over Aberdeen at the weekend which resulted in Jim Goodwin being relieved of his managerial duties at Aberdeen. Does the victory give Lee Johnso…
 
TRIGGER WARNING - This episode contains gruesome and graphic details, so listener discretion is advised. 59 year old Sister Josephine was so kind and well thought of in the community, so why would anyone want to attack her so severely that the injuries she sustained resembled those seen in traffic accident victims. Promo for Smoke Filled Rooms SOUR…
 
Josiah Lockhart took the helm of Changeworks late last year to help implement the environmental charity's new focus on decarbonising Scotland’s homes. Josiah joins Kieran Findlay and Jimmy Black to discuss Changeworks' new purpose, the enormity of the challenge and the tools and resources the charity is using to meet the challenge head on. He also …
 
Welcome to the Scottish Watches Podcast – Episode 435! Join us in our shenanigans as we go through the recent industry news of the legal happenings between Rolex and kids clock brand Oyster & Pop, plus Bremont gets investment and a new higher accuracy Speedmaster sets the world on fire! Click here to read along and see the photos in our show notes …
 
Our phones and laptops harvest information on everything from our habits to our likes and medical issues. Information is collected and shared without our awareness or permission by data gathering companies and so-called ‘data vultures’.  Who is regulating this mass surveillance and how can we protect our privacy and democracy from a trend that is u…
 
We often hear the phrase "live in the moment" and while it's important to enjoy the present, it's also crucial to make thoughtful decisions about our future. Sometimes, we can get caught up in living on autopilot, going through the motions of our daily lives without truly thinking about what we want and what is best for us. One of the most powerful…
 
In this episode we cross over to our 1000 Better Stories blog, and SCCAN Story Weaver Joana Avi-Lorie shares two of her favourite contributions from last year. You will hear: A trio of poems Nem, Talam, Muir (Air, Earth, Water) read by their author, Erin Rizzato Devlin, followed by a conversation with her sister and collaborator Emir Elisa Rizzato …
 
Women for Independence's latest AGM tackled the topic of the cost of living crisis, its impact on women and how Scotland could address the situation differently now and as an independent country. This podcast brings you two of the speeches from the event. The first speaker is Sue Lyons who is involved in the Highland third sector. She is an activis…
 
Stew and Cam are joined by a trio of fantastic guests on this week’s podcast. Chris Geddes, Men's High Performance Football Coach at the University of Stirling, joins them to discuss Stirling Uni FC’s historic Scottish Cup run, their BUCS Prem North Victory, and how he as a coach manages to get the best out of his players whilst they navigate stude…
 
Thank you for listening to Win Rate 0%! This is a Scots TCG Podcast hosted in collaboration with COB and Bryce! In this episode we discuss upcoming reprints, potential rotation and rizz? The Question of the Week is...: Do you think Bandai will implement rotation, and will it be good for the game? Your hosts this week are Adam, COB and Bryce! This e…
 
On this week's podcast we discuss the Thistles, prop school and other news from Scottish Rugby. TRIGGER WARNING: In the podcast we will discuss the domestic abuse perpetrated by Rufus McLean. If you are affected by any of these issues and want to seek help you can find information about the wide range of domestic abuse services in Scotland by click…
 
Hi there, How are you all? I hope you had a peaceful Christmas and New Year wherever you are. We are back with yet more great Scottish trad music! If you have any questions please get in touch and if you would like to support the podcast please check out our Patreon at www.patreon.com/handsupfortrad. The Best of John McCusker by John McCusker Track…
 
Enjoy the second half of our interview with Braveheart writer and Academy Award nominee Randall Wallace! Learn how to live the Braveheart life as we unpack the lessons Randall shares in his book Living the Braveheart Life. Topics include the importance of mentors, why we all need an Uncle Argyle in our lives, and how we can live out the spirit of f…
 
St Johnstone fan fury at the Rangers Scottish Cup tie ticket episode hasn’t dissipated. In this week’s Talking Football podcast, Jim Spence, Sean Hamilton and Eric Nicolson discuss the Perth club’s handling of the issue and what needs to happen to get supporters back onside. Also on the agenda is the team’s urgent need for a reset, the growing like…
 
In our 18th episode of 'The Pyramid' Scottish football podcast, Kenny Crawford is joined by Stirling Albion manager Darren Young, Carnoustie Panmure boss Phil McGuire and Steven Bell, who recently retired from a 20-year playing career. Darren and Phil, both former Aberdeen & Dunfermline team-mates, outline how their roles as manager encompass all s…
 
Lee's been presenting a new radio show called The Power Line. Aside from the usual unbearable local radio content, he's running a popular paranormal feature with co-presenter Jane. On this episode, we hear the tale of a ghostly Viking attack on a sleepy Scottish coastal village. Cast & Credits Bonus & Extra Content…
 
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