Top Scots broadcaster and social historian Billy Kay is to re-visit the referendum in an updated version of his radio documentary series The Cause which starts next week – and we gained an exclusive preview in this, BatemanBroadcasting’s 50th podcast. Billy made a welcome return to our studio to speak about The Cause, which will be […]
Former First Minister Alex Salmond addressed a packed audience in central Edinburgh recently, and the whole event was recorded for Bateman Broadcasting and its sister-site, Newsnet.scot.
Leading Scottish cultural historian and commentator Billy Kay says he’s still grieving for September 18 2014 – referendum day – and its aftermath.
Best-selling author Peter May is rapidly becoming a Scottish crime writing institution.
Happy New Year! This episode invited two well known members of the SNP and Scottish Greens to share their view of the political situation in 2015 and how they expect things to unfold in the run-up to the UK general election in May.
That was the year that was. If nothing else 2014 will be remembered as the year Scotland woke up, took a good at itself, and wrestled the issues during an unforgettable referendum campaign.
Footballer turned pundit Michael Stewart has emerged as one of the Yes campaign’s liveliest and most articulate supporters.
Land campaigner and author Andy Wightman visited the Bateman studios to discuss land ownership, the Scottish parliament, and the possible impact of constitutional change.