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Two months after Scottish Holyrood Parliament elections - what progress has been made towards independence? What's being said? What's being done? What is the role of the Yes Movement? Lesley Riddoch talks to Yes West Fife.
William Thomson and Kairin van Sweeden talk to Professor Steve Keen about the role of economists and economists in the climate crisis. We ask Professor Keen his views on the Scottish Government as well as UK Government policies and discuss the latest IPCC Report published in August. Timestamps and links coming this week! twitter.com/ProfSteveKeen
Glasgow Pensioners for Indy have a lively and informative chat with SNP President Mike Russell on a range of topics including campaigning for and winning Indyref2 and the importance of an interim constitution and how that might come about
A delightful short story in three parts by Frankie Mary NicAonghais, which featured on this week's Guest Podcast of the Week.If you have a podcast which you would like us to feature, please email us at studio@indylive.radio
We are grateful to the Independence for Scotland Party (ISP) for sharing the meeting of their climate change group with guest speaker Dr Keith Baker, expert in fuel poverty, energy policy and built environment asset management. Keith is also a member of Commonweal's energy working group.Topics covered in this discussion include:1. Energy Performance Certificates2. Using real time data3. Geothermal...
What does a wellbeing economy look and feel like? In this episode, we talk to Katherine Trebeck to understand how Scotland could lead a global movement towards a wellbeing economy. 03:20 How the wellbeing economy alliance came into being 08:20 Growth or de-growth? 10:46 The need to repurpose the economy 11:55 Growth has had its chance 12:40 How does the Scottish Government see growth? 16:50 Why so...
Mike Russell speaking to Pensioners for Independence about his task as SNP President and political director of its independence unit. Followed by Q&As.
Highlights from a recent ISP zoom meeting with Dr Keith Baker, an expert on fuel poverty and energy policy and member of Commonweal's energy group. Topics covered include: 1. Energy Performance Certificates, 2. Using real data, 3. Geothermal heating, 4. Scottish national energy co, 5. District heating systems, 6. Ground source heat pumps, 7. Bringing all properties up to standard, 8. incineration...
A Scottish Independence Convention Transitions event with Peter Ryan, Tim Rideout, Kairin van Sweeden and Robbie Mochrie discussing their thoughts on how & when to best set up the financial institutions we're going to need in an independent Scotland.
Welcome to the Indy Jigsaw Podcast, a monthly selection of the best clips from indylive.radio's weekly politics show,  building up the picture of an Independent Scotland piece by piece.This episode features Lesley Riddoch, James Hawes, Dr Philippa Whitford, Tony Guiliani, Lorna Slater, John Swinney, Joanna Cherry and George Kerevan.You can catch the Indy Jigsaw weekly radio show at Noon on...
Here is this month's selection of clips from Indylive.radio's weekly politics show the Indy Jigsaw (Noon on Tuesdays on indylive.radio)Features: Lesley Riddoch, James Hawes, Dr Philippa Whitford, Tony Guiliani, John Swinney, Joanna Cherry and George Kerevan
Organised by the Edinburgh Yes Hub, the Big Indy Debate took place at the Queens Hall in Edinburgh on 21st September.  It was an excellent evening's entertainment with music and satire as well as debate.  The core of the event was a debate panel chaired by Lesley Riddoch.  Panel members were Robin McAlpine from Commonweal, Colin Fox from SSP, Michelle Thomson SNP MSP, Gillian Mackay Scottish...
Novelist and popular historian who has also written screen adaptations for two of his works. "'Speak for England' foreshadowed Farage, May and Brexit with such unnerving accuracy it deserves some kind of prescience prize" (Observer 23.4.2017). 
This week, Craig talks to David Patrick, author of recently published book Front-Page Scotland which looks at how stories about Scottish independence were reported in the newspapers throughout the 2014 independence referendum campaign. They discuss how the framing of stories on topics such as economics depended largely on whether the points favoured one side of the campaign or the other, which...
Last week saw a live event over in Edinburgh. The Edinburgh Yes Hub organised a BBC Question Time Debate in a much improved version : neither the BBC not Fiona Bruce were invited 😀 . In another improvement to the QT format, Lesley Riddoch chaired the event and there were no Unionist ‘plants’ in the […]The post The Big Indy Debate appeared first on IndyLive Radio.
Our Friday Morning Show has been asking some activists for their thoughts on the agreement between the Scottish Green Party and the Scottish Government. We talked to Laura Moodie who was part of the Scottish Greens negotiating team. Laura was a candidate for Holyrood back in May though she didn’t get elected. We also talked […]The post Scottish Government / Scottish Greens...
The Big Indy Debate, six panellists chaired by Lesley Riddoch, brought a live audience to Edinburgh. Imagine BBC Question Time without the BBC. The panel gave their thoughts and ideas on four questions which Lesley pooled from the many sent in by Yes supports throughout Scotland.The panellists were: Robin McAlpine, Commonweal; Michelle Thomson, SNP MSP; Colin Fox, Scottish Socialist Party; Gillian...
The Daytime Show talks to two Alba Party councillors, Caroline McAllister and Michelle Ferns, about their reactions to their party's failure to secure any seats in the Holyrood election. And asks how they see Alba moving forward now, six months on from that campaign.
Roger Mullin talking to Glasgow Pensioners4Indy about winning Scottish IndyRef2 and the lessons that we need to learn in order to do that. Roger Mullin is a long-standing campaigner for Scottish independence. He was MP for Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath the seat formerly held by one Gordon Brown. As an MP from 2015-17 Roger was Treasury Spokesman for SNP. He was also the first UK Parliamentarian to...
The Green Savings Bond.There are a whole host of ways that a government can take to encourage a shift to a greener economy. The Green Savings Bond, the latest idea from the Westminster Government, is not one of them.  Over the summer UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a plan to direct £15B of funding towards green projects to help decarbonize the UK economy. To achieve this he has chosen the...
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