by Silja Frohlich
Explore the dark soul of the story ‘The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ in today’s episode with your host Silja. Together we will explore the creepy background and the hidden truth of R.L. Stevenson’s world famous book, and go back in time to its birthplace Edinburgh.
By Rhona Shennan
Cut Out is a weekly podcast dedicated to shining a light on the issues and people who have found themselves underrepresented in the media. In this episode, Rhona pulls back the curtain on the film industries difficult relationship with female filmmakers, and gets together with Scottish filmmaker Rosie Toner to discuss her upcoming project, and being a woman in the industry.
Starting your own business can be a mean feat, and often we’re put off doing so because we’re not sure where to begin! Join me, Charlotte, for this progressive podcast series as I explore the intricacies of business start-up. From paperwork to power cuts, I’ll be honing in on everything you need to know by starting my own business in the restaurant, fashion, music and blogging industries – first stop? I’m starting my own restaurant!
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By Andrew Grozier
Taking your first step into the music industry can be a daunting prospect, on Striking a Chord we get some folks who’ve been through it all, at all levels of the music business to tell us how to get started and how to survive in the industry today.
This week it’s all about getting your name out there and getting gigging.
By Rachel Davidson
THREE C’S IN A POD is a weekly podcast where host Rachel Davidson gets into the minds of stand-up comedians. This episode features Canadian comic and Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Tony Law, and two up-and-coming local stars of the scene, Bob Graham and Fern Brady. They talk cats from hell, crazed Glaswegian rappers and Romania.
By Rory Nicolson
Forgotten Edinburgh aims to unearth and remember some of the lesser known and unusual stories from the history of the Scottish Capital. In this Episode, we look at the widely reported reports that an unusual musical protest took place during Bob Dylan’s concert at the ABC Cinema on Lothian Road in 1966. Why would Edinburgh fans do that and did they really do it?
By Pau Llosa
Brexit, international politics, This podcast explores one of the biggest political dilemmas that faces Scotland today. Two different points of view. Only, one reality. Should Scotland have a second independence referendum?
By Stuart Mackenzie
In Mac’s Tracks, Stuart Mackenzie combines music news and reviews to provide a complete investigation of various albums. This week’s episode focuses on pop punk royalty Blink 182’s recently released California. With acknowledgement of the band’s major fandom and turbulence in the recent line-up, Stuart considers the hype of the album, its sound, and the influence of new member, Matt Skiba to find out how successful a comeback Blink-182 have had.
By Cormac Rae
By Robin Gillie
Love at first swipe is a podcast dedicated to giving you the inside scoop on dating in the 21 century. Looking at everything from dating apps, to alternative relationships and more. Each week I talk to the experts, those lucky in love and those unfortunate few who are struggling to find Mr or Mrs Right to find out the truth behind dating’s greatest myths.