What did women make of the latest TV referendum debate? We asked two leading Yes-leaning women to provide comment and analysis in a special podcast recorded in the wake of the BBC’s Salmond v Darling joust. …
Crawford Beveridge, Scots-American businessman and the chair of the Scottish Government’s Fiscal Commission, joins Derek Bateman to explain how the group reached its recommendation that an independent Scotland should embrace Sterling in a currency union with England.
Two heavyweights from health and economics entered the Bateman studio complex this week to discuss the case for Yes.
Matthew Lygate is a street performer and social entrepreneur, running a “sensory immersion” project called Dream Machine and a national initiative called Dream Scotland.
Academic Prof Murray Pittock and Yes activist Kate Caskie lead off this week’s show.
With September 18th fast approaching, Amanda invited Katy Nicholson to talk about the turning point for her personally in the campaign and her journey from a No, thanks to a Yes, please.
As the referendum campaign hots up in the aftermath of the first major TV debate, Bateman Broadcasting devotes part of this week’s podcast to the fall-out. Derek discusses the key questions of who won, who lost and who cares with Kevin McKenna of the Observer and journalist colleague Maurice Smith.
As part of our full programme, Derek invited Kevin McKenna and Maurice Smith into the studio to discuss the highs and lows of the Scotland Decides debate on STV last night with Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling. Check out the discussion ahead of the full programme here.
Scottish actor and artist Gaylie Runciman describes her “referendum journey”, and what she hopes for in an independent Scotland.
Land campaigner and author Andy Wightman visited the Bateman studios to discuss land ownership, the Scottish parliament, and the possible impact of constitutional change.