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James E interviews Tommy from North Dakota band The Negatrons, who have just released their debut album Stumblebum which has been 22 years in the making! James E finds out why it took so long and what's next for the Negatrons. #indyliveradio #theNegatrons #jamesEinterviews www.thenegatrons.comDoor YesCowal Podcasts
 
Something a little different this week with the second episode of our cultural exploration of indigenous people around the world - Tus! This episode Adhamh MacLeoid chats with Dr Hana O'Regan from the Kai Tahu tribe of Te Waipounamu/ South Island Maori, New Zealand. TÙS is an hour-long chat about life, language and lore. Each month, we'll welcome a…
 
A wonderfully musical daytime show this week, as Val and Marlene chat to Big Noise orchestra volunteer Jane Mallinson and we hear about Sistema Scotland, an initiative which originated in Venezuela which brings the experience of playing music to children in deprived areas #indyliveradio #sistemaScotland #BigNoise…
 
In this episode, TNT host John Drummond puts listener questions to Michael Russell, recently retired MSP and Minister for Constitutional Affairs, Mike is now President of the SNP and has been appointed political director of the SNP's Independence Unit. He is also a Professor in Scottish Culture and Governance at the University of Glasgow. #scottish…
 
The change in Economic policy since the inauguration of President Biden will be transformational for the American economy. Huge fiscal stimulation ".... is a once-in-a-generation investment in America” shows that the US is very comfortable working with a large fiscal deficit. The US has also rejoined the Paris Agreement as the current administratio…
 
Indylive.radio are very grateful to Yes West fife for sharing their excellent event entitled "What progress has been made since the Holyrood election". Attempting to answer that question plus Q and A from the audience is journalist and broadcaster Lesley Riddoch #yesGroupSpotlight #yeswestfife #lesleyriddoch…
 
This week James E interviews Clint Slate and Iona James. This French musician and Scottish nurse who had never met were thrown together by chance as the result of a radio competition to bring performers together to write a song. The results of this modern day reworking of the Auld Alliance is a musical collaboration which has been released as an EP…
 
Indylive.radio is always delighted to support Scottish culture and this week, James E is chatting with Scottish author Donald Nicolson about his novel "For a chance to forget". In a wide ranging discussion they cover what led to the idea for the book, the challenge of writing a novel during a pandemic and much more. Set in the Netherlands, For a Ch…
 
Independence Live recently hosted an online conference looking at several aspects of an independent Scotland's defence requirements. This podcast brings together the main speakers and discussion sessions held by a variety of experts including former members of the armed forces. Topics covered include tackling common myths and misconceptions, three …
 
Host John Drummond enjoys a wide ranging discussion with Laura Moodie, of the Scottish Green party who narrowly missed out on being elected to the Holyrood Parliament last month. Laura is an environmentalist, third sector administrator and runs a small holding. #scottishgreens #indyliveradio #johndrummond…
 
AS COP 26 gets closer and the climate emergency is very much on our minds, in this week's daytime show hosts Val and Marlene and guests discuss how ethical Strathclyde's Pension Fund is and the topic of Calling out polluters. With guests Geraldine Clayton from Divest Strathclyde,Cllr Ken Andrew from Glasgow CC and Scott Tully from Glasgow Calls Out…
 
James E interviews author and broadcaster Frank McGroarty about the second book his trilogy based on his time as a redcoat at Butlins in Ayr. But the big question is - just how DID they get the donkey up the stairs? #indylvieradio #frankmcgroarty #scottishauthorDoor YesCowal Podcasts
 
16. Random Scottish History - 'Treaty of Union Articles' - Scottish Ballads and Their Appropriation Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoir …
 
We are grateful to Yes Kirkintilloch, Lenzie and the Villages for sharing their excellent event exploring the very hot topic of pensions in an independent Scotland. This was a big area of concern and controversy in 2014. As the UK has the worst state pension provision in Europe, one of the driving forces behind the independence campaign is to impro…
 
15. Random Scottish History - 'Treaty of Union Articles' - How much of a Blessing has the Union been for Scotland Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.…
 
Indylive.Radio were at the Annual Bannockburn Rally on Saturday 26th June as the Yes Movement takes its first tentative steps towards normality - with excellent social distancing much in evidence. Speakers included representatives from CND, Hope over Fear and Now Scotland with music by Kevin Gore. You can also see the video version of this podcast …
 
How do you explain that the Government debt isn't really a debt? And that debt isn't always bad? For the last forty years we have been told a story that, well, just isn't true. In this episode of SCOTONOMICS we look at Government debt in general and specifically UK Government debt. We speak with Steven Hail. Steven is a modern monetary theory (MMT)…
 
Holyrood is now in recess, so this will be the last regular weekly Week in Holyrood broadcast until Parliament reconvenes in August. Holyrood has been recalled for two Covid related items and Presenter Charles Fletcher is hoping to cover these for the Week in Holyrood, so look out for some one-offs during the summer recess. #scottishparliament #hol…
 
14. Random Scottish History - 'Treaty of Union Articles' - Financial Cost to Scotland of the Union Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoir Y…
 
Independence Live has a regular slot on Youtube called Yes Corner, which focusses on resources for Yes Groups. Here is a selection of Yes Corner contributors who are waiting for your call - Kevin Gibney of Independence Live, Fiona, Val and Marlene from Indylive Radio and Dave Murchison from the Hub. Have a listen to what we can offer, and if we can…
 
Author, broadcaster, former ballroom dancer and indylive.radio DJ Frank "Frankie boy" McGroarty has just released the third of his trilogy of books based on his time as a redcoat at Butlins Ayr. In this interview, James E and Frank chat about the creative process, what it was really like working at Butlins (spoiler: yes, people regularly asked "wha…
 
13. Random Scottish History - 'Treaty of Union Articles' - Why the English May Feel Free to Usurp Scottish Law Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com…
 
A slight departure from the normal format for the TNT Show this week, as host John Drummond welcomes two guests, Zoe Venditozzi and Claire Mitchell QC to discuss the dark period in Scottish history when innocent people, mainly women, found themselves accused of witchcraft. Zoe and Claire have their own podcast: www.witchesofscotland.com/podcast The…
 
SCOTONOMICS. Nourishment for independent minds. Economics professor Fadhel Kaboub https://twitter.com/FadhelKaboub Outlines what it means to have true economic sovereignty. He discussed how and why small/medium sized nations like Scotland must strive for sovereignty. Monetary sovereignty is the most important aspect of sovereignty and this underpin…
 
On Indylive.radio's Saturday Show DJ James E interviews up and coming Dublin musician Paul McDonnell, otherwise known as A Band Called Paul. Find out more about A Band Called Paul and hear some of the latest music on the Facebook page @abandcalledpaul or the website abandcalledpaul.comDoor YesCowal Podcasts
 
A special episode of the Locker Room while the normal programme is taking its summer break, Michael's guest is Gavin MacLeod, Chief Executive of Scottish Disability Sports. Tune in to https://indylive.radio at 4pm on Monday 14th for the first of our live reaction shows immediately following Scotland's Euro games…
 
17. Random Scottish History - 'Treaty of Union Articles' - Collection of Thistledown’s Correspondence Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoi…
 
12. Random Scottish History - 'Treaty of Union Articles' - An Appeal to Scots from a Victorian Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoir You c…
 
TÙS is an hour-long chat about life, language and lore. Each month, we'll welcome an indigenous guest from somewhere else on Planet Earth and learn about how they and their people see the world. Hosted by Scottish Gael Àdhamh MacLeòid, his first guest is Karenniyo of the Mohawk Nation Turtle Clan. She hails from Six Nations of the Grand River in On…
 
Welcome to the May/June issue of Team Talk, our Indylive Radio audio newsletter. In this issue we look back on our Holyrood election coverage and look forward to some special reaction shows following Scotland's Euro matches. You can check our schedule for timings on www.indylive.radio/radioschedule. We also find out what interviews James E has in t…
 
The election is over, Parliament has been sworn in, now we need to elect a First Minister. Which of the three candidates will it be? Only joking, it's obvious who is going to be FM, but thanks to Willie and Ross for the entertainment value. The Week in Holyrood, with Charles FletcherDoor YesCowal Podcasts
 
The second of James E's interviews with author Ethyl Smith, this time talking about books 3 and 4 of her series set in the time of the Covenanters, entitled Broken Times and Desperate Times. Ethyl's books are available from Thunderpoint Bookshop, plus all the usual booksellers. Her facebook page is @changedtimesscottishhistoricalfiction and you can…
 
We are grateful to the National Yes Registry for sharing their excellent event with Stephen Gethins, discussing his new book entitled "Nation to nation", looking at Scotland's Place in the World and taking questions from the audience.Door YesCowal Podcasts
 
In this week of crucial elections for the independence movement, John Drummond chats with Richard Haviland, a former senior civil servant who voted "No" in 2014. Richard is now a Scottish independence supporter and active in the European Movement in Scotland. In this frank discussion, Richard explains that deciding to vote Yes comes with a heavy he…
 
Indylive.radio is delighted to support up and coming Scottish musicians and artists. Recently on the James E Saturday Show, James E. had the pleasure of chatting to Dundee based Rhuari Campbell about life, his music and his future plans. You can hear a selection of Rhuari's music on his Soundcloud channel , on spotify and Bandcamp…
 
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