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 with presenter Derek Bateman to chew over the referendum experience, and where it leaves the […]
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.
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.
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.
Derek and guests are tackling the weighty issues of Scottish business and independence. Can we do better as an independent nation, in these days of globalisation and world trade? What’s wrong with the British set up and why is the German economy so strong? Guests include economist Graeme Blackett and businessmen Laurie Clark and David Brook. Plus we talk to No campaigner Jenny Marra MSP to find out the perspective from the “other side”.
Bateman Broadcasting took on the views of The Creatives this week, including newspaper editor Richard Walker, playwright and author Alan Bissett, screenwriter Sergio Casci and political strategist (yes, they can be creatives too!) Stephen Noon. This week’s podcast took on a creative complexion as various people from media and the arts discussed the campaign […]