Across The Capital
All the weekends SPFL action including Celtic vs Dundee United, Hearts vs St Johnstone and Motherwell vs Hibs. With 16 goals, last minute equalizers and a sending off there was as usual no shortage of action.
In the wake of the death of Lou Reed on 27/10/2013, Benjamin Bland takes a look back at his life and the reasons Reed, and his band The Velvet Underground, are considered so influential and important to the last 50 years of popular music. Featuring his music and audio clips from interviews throughout his life, the focus is on his most productive period, the late 1960s, assessing how this anti establishment figure rose from obscurity during this time to become a cult icon by his death.
A preview of the forthcoming Ashes campaign, which gets underway in Brisbane on Nov 21st. England’s Ian Bell expects a tough reception, whilst home captain Michael Clarke is confident the hosts can end a miserable 2013 in style.
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.
Bethan Cleary talks about the upcoming album release and UK tour from Brighton based folk-pop trio, Peggy Sue.
Its the TV series that everyone is obsessing about and which everyone has an opinion on. ‘ Game of Thrones’ manages to get a reaction whether it be good or bad out of just about anybody who starts watching. Ryan Strachan has a look at why it is having such a huge impact on many peoples lives with reflection from the actual author of the books that started the craze. In addition to various sound bites from one of the most shocking scenes in the whole series, the ‘Red Wedding’ and opinions from some of the numerous ‘Game of Thrones’ enthusiasts out there.
Paws for thought every week with self confessed barking mad, dog lover Lisa Moir.
In light of recent negative press surrounding pedigree dogs and dog showing, Lisa examines a more positive side of the Dog World.
In today’s Pawcast, Lisa speaks to Gavin Robertson, owner and handler of ‘Jilly’ the Crufts Best in Show winner, about the fantastic win, a charitable dog walk (aptly named “Jilly’s Jolly Jaunt”), and an exciting “Pawscars” awards ceremony just launched last week!
The latest tricks, tips and trends for the 21st Century Traveller. The newest fads, trads and stuff that’s rad to keep you’re global savvy up to scratch on your unique journeys across continents.
Weekly highlights on Martha’s Monday Morning BBC 1 Show. Meeting the faces and places that define the Trendy Traveller
This week we talk ‘Couch-Surfing’ in Edinburgh – a brand new city-hopping craze, but who’s actually doing it? and what the hell is it like? (experiences, issues and great times included)
On occasion of Robert Capas 100th birthday, a recently found interview featuring the Hungarian photographer has been released. Let’s talk about it with Laura.
Tune in to ‘The Fempire Podcast’ every Friday to hear from out and proud feminist Nicola Brown.
In light of the anti-Page 3 campaign aimed at the The Sun newspaper, Nicola discusses whether or not even the magazines designed specifically for women are degrading.
Today’s show hears Nicola challenging these women’s magazines, by comparing mainstream publications vs. independent ones. Owner of Edinburgh independent magazine store Analogue Books, Julie Nicoll, gives us her thoughts on the issue and we hear from some self-confessed ‘magazine junkies’.
Scotsgirl, Alex Watson’s weekly round up of Scottish music news is released every Friday. She likes to call it The Turn On. With a leaning towards the Scottish indie music scene, The Turn On will fill you in on anything you might have missed over the week.
This week’s edition features Three Blind Wolves, Frightened Rabbit and Broxburn’s sweetheart, Susan Boyle, among others.
By Jordan Hooks
Follow along with two American girls, Jordan Hooks and Maya Castille, as they discuss their first two months living Scotland on their own and the differences that they have faced. With the Scottish referendum right around the corner in the back of their minds, they discuss everything that is unique about Scotland including its people and their culture.
By Melissa Fernie
With men’s fashion week starting next month designers such as Oscar de la Renta and Tommy Hilfiger are harking back to a time when their front row was full of editors, buyers and stylists, who had a professional interest in the brand. Celebrities and other public figures are not being invited or allowed to attend shows unless they have a personal interest or connection with the brand as designers are condemning celebrities for turning their shows into a media circus that only focuses on them.
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 Fraser Ryan
Welcome to the Podcast that answers fan tweets about all questions Mixed Martial Arts with Fraser Ryan.
This week, Fraser dissects the reasons why Bellator did not have to completely cancel Bellator 106, does Fabricio Werdum stand a chance against heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, and what the future holds for returning bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz coming off his injury plagued 2 year absence.
This week on Four Four Stu, Stuart Iversen looks to explore exactly how Derek McInnes has turned fortunes round at Aberdeen Football Club since the start of the new season. Looking at everything from his role in the transfer window to the tactics on the pitch. It’s an in-depth view into just what has got Aberdeen fans so excited this season.