independence podcasts

The Giant Who Cried Waterfalls

The Giant Who Cried Waterfalls Written by Stuart Baum Bonnie goes on a quest, after she finds the truth about the...

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The case for and against Boris Johnson | Nicola Sturgeon and Rishi Sunak

Boris Johnson's leadership campaign has been derailed by an apparent row with his partner at home. But how much of an...

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Episode 6: The Devouring Mother

In this week's episode we interrogate the archetype of "The Devouring Mother". The fine line between...

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Time Capsule Episode 243

To preview Independence Day Resurgence are Jeff Goldblum, Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich courtesy of 20th Century...

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Reggae Hits Vol 4

As Jamaican 52nd Independence Is Fast Approaching, I decided To Put Together Reggae Hits Vol 4 Which Some Are Brand...

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Celtic Roots Radio 52 – 'On the wings of an eagle'

Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Belfast, Northern Ireland:   with music from: The Galway Hooker...

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Celtic Roots Radio 52a – 'On the wings of an eagle'

Apple enhanced version, (with chapters, album covers, info & artist website links - IN the podcast) -...

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Ep. 58: Weekly Brexit round-up with Tim

It's been another busy week on the Brexit front and in a change of format for today's episode, Tim provides a...

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Ep. 58: Weekly Brexit news round-up with Tim

It's been another busy week on the Brexit front and in a change of format for today's episode, Tim provides a...

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Episode 2: David Torrance

First Aired: June 2017 Topics: 2017 General Election; past and future of Scottish Conservative Party; past and future...

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Did You Know You Can Get Wealthier Every Day?

Daniel Ameduri is a self-made millionaire, the founder of Future Money Trends and the proud father of three....

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Episode 3: Dr Monique Ebell

First Aired: July 2017 Topics: Brexit; economic case for/against Scottish independence 

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Episode 4: Stephen Gethins MP (SNP)

First Aired: August 2017 Topics: Brexit/Europe; SNP; life and work of an MP

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The Alcuin Lecture 2015 - 'Our infinite Scotland small?' Choosing worlds to join.

*There was a problem with the microphone on the night; we apologise for the quality of the audio. The 2015 Alcuin...

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'Step Child': a play about the surveillance of First World War Indian dissenters

The British Government promises that all British subjects are equal before the law. But when America begins blocking...

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'Smile': a play about Indian soldiers at the Brighton Pavilion Hospital during the First World War

Three Indian soldiers recover at the iconic Brighton Pavilion hospital. Every detail is provided for but something...

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'The Radicalisation of Vir Singh': a play about the challenges of serving as an Indian soldier in the First World War

Arjun sits restless and scared as he prepares to enter the battlefield for the first time. Inspired by compatriot...

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'Cama': a play about a female Indian revolutionary at the time of the First World War

In a trench in Marseille the loyalty of three Indian soldiers is tested when the legendary Madame Cama asks them...

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'Corner of a Foreign Field': a play about the burial of Indian Muslim troops at the time of the First World War

It is October 1914 and Maulana Sadr Ud-Din is battling with General Barrow, the Military Secretary to the India...

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Episode 5: Gregg McClymont (Former Labour MP; Historian)

First Aired: October 2017 Topics: Past, present and future of the Scottish Labour Party

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