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.
by Mariana Mercado
“Three Minute Bedtime Stories” is a children’s radio podcast that invites famous controversial figures to read classic bedtime stories for children.
Of course, some of these controversial figures may be somewhat resistant to take part in our project – what with them being dead and all – thus providing the opportunity for our talented voice actors to impersonate said figures.
This episode features former United States President Richard Nixon, reading one of America’s most beloved classics, Good Night Moon by Margaret Wise.
Presented by Alasdair Crews.
In this episode, the build-up to the final test for Indian great Sachin Tendulkar is discussed. Memories of his career are shared and Alasdair breaks out some statistics to try and work out if he has any chance of going out on a high.
A part of a weekly Wednesday podcast by Alie Simpson, who discusses the latest stories and gossip in TV entertainment and film.
This week, with Misfits having entered its much-anticipated fifth and final series, Alie takes a look back over what has happened so far on the popular Channel 4 TV show, and questions fans on their predictions for the long-awaited finale.
Will our favourite anti-heroes get their super happy ending? Or is there another storm brewing on the horizon?
By stephen mahon
There is a glimmer of hope for the town of Grangemouth this afternoon as crisis talks between Ineos and Unite have reopened.
It is hoped an agreement can be met within the next 24hours.
Lisa Moir reports live from the site.
The latest news from Falkirk’s petrochemical plant.
Live report from Grangemouth Chemical Plant, where talks between Union bosses and the owners of the plant have become more positive over the course of today.
(Be nice in the comments please……)
As the Grangemouth dispute continues a glimmer of hope have been presented by the most recent talks.
Stuart Iversen reports from the location.
Around 800 employees are at risk of losing their jobs when Ineos announced Grangemouth’s plant closing on Wednesday, but the Union met on Thursday in hopes of coming to an agreement.
Reporting by Jordan Hooks