Referendum aftermath: What next for the Yessers, and what lessons to be learned from the campaign? Women for Independence’s Susan Stewart and journalist Maurice Smith discuss what went wrong for Yes and what happens next for Scotland. They get together…
Oberver columnist Kevin McKenna returned to the Bateman studios on Referendum Day to consider the implications of a Yes or No vote, in conversation with Derek Bateman.
It’s time ! Yes, time to vote obviously. But it’s also time for BatemanBroadcasting to reveal the top 10 videos on our YouTube channel.
Andrew Wilson – commentator, consultant, former bank executive and SNP MSP – is a respected figure in the world of Yes. Today he offers a passionate case for Yes, but also for consensus and bridge-building among the political classes and across Scotland, post-referendum.
Two leading Yes activists share their views on the campaign, where it’s going and what might happen next. Human rights’ activist Andrew Anderson and radical journalist Adam Ramsay tell Derek Bateman why they believe Scotland should be an independent country. And in a week where the polls reversed and Westminster seems to have lost its marbles, we consider whether Scotland is actually on the cusp of change…
Its here! Bateman Broadcasting has its very own promotional video, highlighting our approach to journalism and our distinctive emphasis on long-form interviews. We’ve been recording some footage from across the last 14 weeks and have an array of content for…
It was the turn of the academics to discuss the case for Yes as the Bateman studios prepared our latest podcast, less than a fortnight before Scotland’s Big Vote.
Between his prominent role in the Scottish music scene and his continued activism in both the working class and youth communities of Glasgow, Darren McGarvey – aka Loki – brings his distinct progressive outlook to the ongoing referendum discussion.
Footballer turned pundit Michael Stewart has emerged as one of the Yes campaign’s liveliest and most articulate supporters.
The fabulous Elaine C Smith joins Derek for a full, frank and entertaining chat about the Yes campaign, that No advert and her view of the battleground as both sides face the final three weeks of frantic campaigning before the September poll.