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Yes Cowal Argyll is a non-party poloital campaign dedicated to achieving a Yes vote in a future Scottish Independence Referendum
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SCOTONOMICS. Nourishment for independent minds. Economics professor Fadhel Kaboub 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 underpins an economy. Monetary sovereignty allows a...
This week's highlights from the Scottish Parliament from Charles FletcherThe post The Week in Holyrood appeared first on Yes Cowal.
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.comThe post James E Saturday Show Interviews #10 – A Band Called Paul appeared first on Yes Cowal.
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 indylive.radio at 4pm on Monday 14th  for the first of our live reaction shows immediately following Scotland's Euro gamesThe post Locker Room Special – Scottish disability sports appeared first on...
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/FlikeNoir You can become a [...]The post...
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 can [...]The post ToU Part 12. An Appeal...
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 [...]The post Tùs – episode 1: Karenniyo of the Mohawk Turtle Clan...
This week's highlights from Holyrood including first Minister's Questions. Ashleigh Keenan-Bryce standing in for Charles Fletcher as host this weekThe post The Week in Holyrood appeared first on Yes Cowal.
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 indylive.radio/radioschedule. We also find out what interviews James E has in [...]The post Indylive Radio Team Talk –...
Cat Boyd chairs this post Holyrood election discussion with a panel of guests including Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh, Cllr Graham Campbell and Hollie CameronThe post ConterLive – post election analysis appeared first on Yes Cowal.
Our guest podcast this week is Voices for Scotland, here discussing Universal Basic Income The post Voices for Scotland – Universal Basic Income appeared first on Yes Cowal.
We are grateful to Pensioners for Indy for sharing their event with speaker Isobel Lindsay on the topic of Security and Defence in an independent Scotland.  The post Yes Group Spotlight #31 Security and Defence in an Independent Scotland appeared first on Yes Cowal.
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 FletcherThe post The Week in Holyrood appeared first on Yes Cowal.
Host John Drummond chats with Prof David Edgerton,  English historian and author of "The Rise and Fall of the British Nation" and reveals some very interesting insights from the perspective of someone living outside of Scotland. The post The Nation Talks with Prof David Edgerton appeared first on Yes Cowal.
Scottish sports podcast with hosts Michael and Matthew, this week covering the Scottish Cup finals, looking at the Scotland squad for the Euros and news on ice hockey and shintyThe post The Locker Room appeared first on Yes Cowal.
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 contact [...]The post Guest Podcast of the...
The election is over, the new Scottish Parliament has been sworn in at Holyrood.  Here's Charles Fletcher with a roundup of the political news of the weekThe post The Week in Holyrood – Caledonia Media with Charles Fletcher appeared first on Yes Cowal.
In our favourite sports show Michael and Matthew preview the last weekend football action in the league also news on tennis and moreThe post The Locker Room appeared first on Yes Cowal.
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.  The post Changing Minds, Looking Forward #4 – Stephen Gethins, Scotland’s Place in the World appeared first on Yes Cowal.
The Voices for Scotland podcast is back with hosts Michael and Allan this week reporting on the fallout from the Hamilton Report and Committee Inquiry, plus discussion on the Social Care ReviewThe post Voices for Scotland #2.1 – Social Care Review appeared first on Yes Cowal.
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