by Alejandro Basterrechea
Edinburgh on Frame is a podcast about the photography scene in Edinburgh. Each month, I will be speaking with different photographers, their projects and the latest on the world of photography.
On the first episode, we speak with Simon Crofts on his project “Expectations”
By Vanessa Taaffe
Vanessa Taaffe examines the latest lifestyle, fashion, health and fitness trends taking over the internet, social media, magazines, newspapers, screens and beyond. In this week’s episode, Vanessa explore Veganism and Vegan Diets with special guests, Fiona Oakes, Sarah Keogh and Ihsan Saffi.
Music by bensound.com.
By Chloe Henderson
In this episode of Modern Gamer, Chloe Henderson challenges the long-standing idea that video gaming is a man’s world. Covering everything from harassment to the gender disparities in the gaming industry, the podcast features interviews from a diverse group of gamers and experts in the field.
By Philip Askew.
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.
Hosted by Philip Askew. New episode every Friday night.
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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.
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?
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.