Listen to Marion Guichaoua speaking with Halina Rifa from Podcart regarding hip hop group Young Father’s recent success.
Paul Hyland interviews Dr Alan Convery from the University of Edinburgh regarding the Scottish Labour Party’s recent leadership crisis.
Paul Hyland speaks with Mark Dayan of the Nuffield Trust about the recent funding cuts to hit NHS Scotland.
Celtic beat Partick 6-0 last night, leading to a possibility of an Old Firm Clash in the semi-final.
John Guidetti, who scored a hat trick in the match against Partick, said he would relish the opportunity to play against Rangers.
Hibernian had their six-match win streak shut down by Dundee United after going to penalties. The match ended 3-3, with Dundee taking seven penalties over Hibs’ six.
Dundee’s victory takes them to the semi-finals alongside Rangers, Celtic, and Aberdeen.
The Rangers non-executive chairman David Sommers has been made exectuive chairman on a temporary basis.
He will be overseeing the appointment of a new chief exectuvie and finance director for the club.
Scotland kicks off against the Netherlands in Rotterdam at six o’clock tonight in order to qualify for then Women’s World Cup. They must overturn a 2-1 deficit to progress.
Thoughts, criticism and analysis from both those working in media and those affected by it. Each week we dig up the most controvertial story we can find – and put it under the microscope.
On this episode, we look at the London Evening Standard’s article on the Morningtown Crescent squat in London. Anthropologist Alaric Kime, who was living at the squat the time the article was written, joins us on the show.
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