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How to be an independent country: Scotland's choices is a new podcast from The Scotsman which will tackle the big questions facing Scotland at a second independence referendum from a different perspective. Instead of hearing from the same old voices, join Conor Matchett as he explores how other countries across the world experienced independence, the challenges they faced, and the lessons to be learned for Scotland.
 
Part 1: The History The Doric tongue so common in the North-East is part of the Scots Language. But where did this language come from, and what makes the Doric special? Our two academics Professors Smith and Millar guide the discussion. Part 2: The Present North East Scots has experienced a tumultuous time of late. Join Sheena Blackhall the famed Doric poet and our two academics Professors Smith and Millar to explore how the Doric came to be the way it is. Part 3: The Future What does the fu ...
 
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For the latest podcast Ali headed to Glasgow's Hidden Gardens (behind the Tramway) on a beautiful morning to meet up with singer, photographer, filmmaker, and author Marianne Dissard, to talk about her life and work, and how she came to Glasgow. They discuss her recent exhibition of photography 'On A Good Day You Can See France', the extensive and …
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer N.E. Solomons about her debut thriller 'The Bone Road', which is published by Polygon Books. The two talk about why she wanted to write this book, how it changed into something very different from that initial conception, the challenges in writing in this specific genre, setting events in the Balkans,…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to hip-hop artist, DJ, music producer, and journalist, Sanjeev Mann (also know as Supermann on da Beat) about all those parts of his life and more. Sanjeev talks about starting to make music during lockdown, collaborating with other artists, his experiences of working in the Scottish music industry and the hip-…
 
After 21 years as the Associate Head Varsity Tennis Coach at Highland Park, Tylir Jimenez was promoted to head coach in the spring of '21 after the retirement of Coach Dan Holden. During his prior 21 years, Coach Jimenez has been part of a championship run including 18 team championships and 35 individual state titles. We sit down with Coach Jimene…
 
Due to themes of an adult nature, listener discretion is advised for the second segment of this podcast beginning at 19:37 and ending at 33:50. Mike Pressler, a forty-year college coaching veteran, is the new head coach of Highland Park Lacrosse. After coaching at the highest levels of the sport, including sixteen years at Duke University, sixteen …
 
On this episode of ScotsCast we sit down with Susan Baily, Girls Athletics Coordinator for HPISD. Coach Bailey oversees girls athletics from 7th grade through 12th grade for HPISD. Coach Bailey, now in her 33rd year of coaching, shares her story of growing up in a small town in the Texas panhandle, and how her experiences in athletics led her to pu…
 
The third of our collaborations with the Edinburgh International Book Festival is the Scottish Spoken Word Showcase Podcast - a companion to the live event of the same name. For it we interviewed six spoken word performers who tell us all about who they are, what they do, why they do it, and give us just a taste of their work. As well as those core…
 
The latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast is the second of our collaborations with the Edinburgh International Book Festival. It is the Shaping Scotland's Stories: New Voices podcast, a companion to the live event of the same name. There are interviews with eight representatives from a variety of publishers who tell us all about who they are, what they do…
 
The latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast is the first of three collaborations with the Edinburgh International Book Festival for this year's Festival. Ahead of their own event - 'Celebrating Inclusion' (Thu 25 Aug 19:00 - 20:15) - Ali spoke to writers Ever Dundas and Julie Farrell to learn more about the event, and the 'Inklusion Guide', which they have …
 
On this episode of ScotsCast we visit with Jeremy Gilbert, principal of Highland Park High School. We'll talk about his time serving as an elementary and middle school principal before moving to the high school ranks. He'll share his thoughts on mentoring young students, as well as his overall leadership philosophy.…
 
On this episode of ScotsCast we sit down with Highland Park's new athletic director Rodney Webb. Coach Webb will head HPISD's athletic department starting this fall, following the retirement of Johnny Ringo last spring. We sit down with Coach Webb and learn more about his experience in athletics and education, and we'll discuss the vital role that …
 
In the third episode of How to be an independent country: Scotland's Choices, Conor Matchett takes a look at the controversial question of what currency an independent Scotland might have. From Ireland to the Czech Republic and Slovakia, what can we learn from the experience of other countries?Bởi Laudable
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer D.D. Johnston to talk all about his novel 'Disnaeland', which he describes as "..a really happy story about the end of the world". D.D. talks about the inspirations behind it, how long he's been working on it, the timely nature of its publication, the influences on it, and dystopian fiction more gener…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to musicians Lou Mclean and MIRI about their commissions from, and collaborations with, POWA (Protection Of Women In The Arts) - the singles 'Good Girls' and 'Morality' respectively. The two talk about their lives in music, working with POWA and the support (practical and otherwise) which they offer, the joys o…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali headed through to Edinburgh to visit the legendary Pianodrome, and talk to directors Tim Vincent-Smith & Matthew Wright in their new home of the Old Royal High on Calton Hill. It's a stunning venue which is the perfect space and place for Pianodrome, and Tim and Matt tell us of its history and how it works, the pract…
 
For the latest podcast Ali spoke to playwright, fantasy writer, and poet Chris Tait, and playwright, director, and producer Lisa Nicoll, about the audio drama podcast 'A Toon Built Apo Shenanigans', and a whole lot more. The three discuss Chris's life and work as a writer, the central themes of inclusivity and awareness, looking at perceived disabi…
 
This new podcast from The Scotsman will tackle the big questions facing Scotland at a second independence referendum from a different perspective. Instead of hearing from the same old voices, join Conor Matchett as he explores how other countries across the world experienced independence, the challenges they faced, and the lessons to be learned for…
 
The latest SWH! podcast is all about the forthcoming Village Storytelling Festival (5 – 10 July), with Ali talking to Creative Producer Emma Collins, as well as participants and performers Raymond Wilson, Daiva Ivanuskaite, and Shona Cowie. Returning for the first time since 2017, The Village Storytelling Festival will explore Connection and Transf…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer Denzil Meyrick to talk about the publication of 'The Death of Remembrance', the 10th in the DCI Daley series of crime novels, as well as the one-off thriller 'Terms of Restitution', and the very different 'Tales of Kinloch' novellas. Denzil gives us background to DCI Daley and how this series began an…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali caught up with award-winning poet, writer, and singer/songwriter Marcas Mac an Tuairneir to talk about his latest collection of poetry 'Polaris' (Leamington Books). We've been hoping to have Marcas as a guest on the podcast for a long time, so it was great to be able to speak to him about his life and work. Marcas ta…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast, Ali speaks to writer and journalist Nick Holdstock to talk about his latest novel 'Quarantine' (published by Swift Press), which is set ten years after a deadly pandemic has swept the globe, in a world which is still learning to adapt. The two discuss the style and structure of 'Quarantine', writing distinct narrative v…
 
For the latest SWH! podcast Ali spoke to writer Angela Jackson about her novel 'The Darlings' (published by Lightning Books). Coming 7 years after Angela's acclaimed debut 'The Emergence of Judy Taylor', 'The Darlings' is a honest and insightful novel about the lasting psychological effects of childhood trauma, and our need for unconditional love. …
 
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