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We keep hearing about those troublesome "hard borders", so it is great to hear Customs and Borders expert Bill Austin explain clearly and convincingly why that term is a complete red herring, and what an exciting opportunity an independent Scotland has to introduce an effective customs system that facilitates trade and collects revenue for us. You …
 
Indyliveradio supports ALL independence parties, we do not endorse any particular party. Over the last few weeks and months we have had guests from SNP, Greens, ISP, AFI and this week it was the turn of the newest independence party - Alba. In this fascinating programme, hosts Valerie Gauld and Marlene Halliday chat to two Alba candidates from the …
 
Fife based musician KarmaSurround chats with James E in this extended interview from the James E Saturday Show. You can catch KarmaSurround's music at soundcloud.com/karmasurround and buy the latest album from karmasurround.bandcamp.com Indylive.radio supports new Scottish music. If you would like to have your music considered for play on the James…
 
The whole topic of Wellbeing Economics is hugely important now for Scotland and for the independent country we aspire to become. In this programme, Shona Robison MSP and Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp from Believe in Scotland share their thoughts and answer questions from the audience at an event organised by SNP Sidlaw. Measuring the success of your countr…
 
A new show on https://indylive.radio on Wednesdays at 11am , Changing Minds, Looking Forwards takes the debate beyond the process for achieving independence and looks towards the kind of independent country we can become. There are many issues which need to be tackled and which will benefit from having the freedom to do so. This first episode comes…
 
As always, we are grateful to Edinburgh Pensioners for Indy for sharing their fascinating discussion with Dr Kirsty Hughes for our Yes Group Spotlight feature. Entitled EU, Scotland, England and the Brexit Deal, this event was originally recorded in February 2021By YesCowal Podcasts
 
Host John Drummond's guest this week is Dr Allen Kennedy, lecturer in history at the University of Dundee and Consultant Editor of bi-monthly magazine History Scotland (www.historyscotland.com) and Project Manager of Scottish Privy Council (www.privycouncil.stir.ac.uk)By YesCowal Podcasts
 
This week's Yes Group Spotlight shines on Glasgow Pensioners for Indy who as luck would have it, held a zoom discussion with Tony Grahame about the issue of both votes SNP or not - an hour after the launch of the Alba list party!! Naturally this featured in the discussion. As always, we are grateful to Pensioners for Indy for sharing their event wi…
 
Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoir You can become a Patron and support the Random Scottish History work here : https://www.patreon.com/…
 
This month's Clacks WFI podcast takes a sneaky peek at the opposition to reveal No Voter tropes, Anti-Nat tactical voting and polling insights. We balance this up with a positive dose of coffee zoom, a look back at International Women's day , some tips on how to change minds and some powerful music from Infraction called "politics".…
 
Another storming week in Scottish politics with the end of the parliamentary session at Holyrood and the creation of a new independence supporting party led by Alex Salmond - Charles Fletcher brings us the details. You can hear the Week in Holyrood every Sunday at 10am on https://indylive.radioBy YesCowal Podcasts
 
A wonderfully cultural edition of the Daytime Show this week, as hosts Val and Marlene interview singer and Scots language campaigner Iona Fyfe, Scots writer Colin Burnett, and Singing for an Independent Scotland campaigners Frances McKie and Cathy Hannaway, plus some poetry from Lorraine Sinclair and James Elliott…
 
Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoir You can become a Patron and support the Random Scottish History work here : https://www.patreon.com/…
 
To mark the decision of the EU Parliament to strip immunity from Catalonian MEPs, Valerie Gauld and Marlene Halliday interview a selection of guests who have been very involved in the Catalonian campaign for independence, including Sandra White MSP and Amer Anwar, civil rights lawyer.By YesCowal Podcasts
 
Fascinating discussion with new Scot Dr Suzanne Zeedyk, speaker, trainer, researcher, agitator on how to build a society that is trauma-informed and which meets the emotional needs of our children from babyhood through nursery and school and into adulthood. An inspirational glimpse at the kind of country we could become. Find out more about Suzanne…
 
James E Saturday Show interview with up and coming Alternative/indie rock band from Ayrshire - The Frontiers. Find out more about the Frontiers and their music on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thefrontierrs or Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjOG9C1pfYrfdgEVldhBqbA Indylive.Radio supports new Scottish music. If you are a b…
 
Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoir You can become a Patron and support the Random Scottish History work here : https://www.patreon.com/…
 
This is the second of our 2 part coverage of the online conference hosted by Independence Live on the topic of the Sustainable Growth Commission. In this part we begin with a discussion between Dr Craig Dalzell and Professor Richard Murphy with a q and A on the kind of fiscal policy envisaged in the Growth Commission Report and how that compares wi…
 
Independence Live recently hosted an online conference on the subject of the Sustainable Growth Commission. In this first part of a two part series, we bring you the audio from the presentations at that conference. First we have some thoughts on the Growth Commission Report from our panel of experts consisting of Dr Craig Dalzell, Dr Tim Rideout, K…
 
We are very grateful to Yes Kirkintilloch, Lenzie and The Villages for sharing their excellent panel discussion An Independent Scotland in the World. In this fascinating discussion, Ruth Wishart chairs an international panel consisting of Ellen Hoffer (EU citizens for Independence), Anthony Salamone (Political analyst and MD of European Merchants),…
 
Welcome to the March Edition of Indylive.Radio's Team Talk - a behind the scenes look at what it takes to run a radio station on a shoestring in the middle of a pandemic. This month we hear from Daytime Show presenters Val and Marlene about the excellent series of four programmes they made for International women's day, we drop in on a music team m…
 
Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoir You can become a Patron and support the Random Scottish History work here : https://www.patreon.com/…
 
For the final programme of our four part series of programmes celebrating International Women's Day, Indylive.Radio Daytime Show presents interviews with six more inspirational and interesting women who were kind enough to share their time with us: Kirsty Hughes, Michelle Thomson, Nighet Riaz, Lynne Copland, Heather Anderson and Julie Bell. Our tha…
 
In the third of our four Daytime Show Specials celebrating International Women's Day 2021, Val and Marlene chat with more inspirational women including Sheena Wellington, Lesley Riddoch, Tina Yu, Anamisha McCoy, Jean Anderson and Eileen Budd, also with poetry from Maya Angelou and Lorraine Sinclair. Happy International Women's Day to women everywhe…
 
For the second or our series of four programmes celebrating International Women's Day, Indylive.Radio Daytime show hosts present interviews with six more inspirational women - Breege Smyth, Rehana Abid, Cailyn McMahon, Vivien Martin, Renee slater and Ruth Wishart. You can listen to parts 3 and 4 of this series at 11am and 3pm respectively on Intern…
 
Join us for the first of four special Indylive.Radio Daytime Show programmes to celebrate International Women's Day, In this episode our guests are Roza Salih, Isobel Lindsay, Clackmannanshire Women for Independence, Shona Craven, Alison Thewliss and Agnes Tolmie. The show was produced and hosted by Valerie Gauld and Marlene Halliday for Indylive.r…
 
A diverse panel including Marion Plunkett, blogger Grousebeater, Nathalia Urban and David Henry take part in this discussion about strategies for independence and tackle a range of questions from the audience. Hosted by AUOB's Suzanne Blackley and Neil MacKay If you would like to watch the panel discussion you can find it on Indylive.Radio's Youtub…
 
Last week we brought you Twa Auld Heids, otherwise known as Dave Llewellyn and Mike Fenwick in conversation with Peter A Bell about the manifesto he would like to see for independence. This week, Dave and Mike chat to David Henry about his Manifesto for Indy which, if adopted, would in effect remove the need for a section 30 order altogether.…
 
Two more great guests on this week's Friday Daytime Show on https://indylive.radio as hosts Valerie Gauld and Marlene Halliday chat with SNP activist Tony Grahame and with DJ, Author and former Butlins Redcoat, Frank McGroarty - two very informative and entertaining guests. You can hear the Daytime Show on Indylive.radio at 11am on Fridays. If you …
 
Indyliveradio's James E interviews Glasgow musician Louis Rive for the Saturday Show. You can Listen to Louis's music on his youtube channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu8w...​ Listen to the James E Saturday show on https://indylive.radio​ from 10am - 1pm every SaturdayBy YesCowal Podcasts
 
Podcast versions of Articles of the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England, as ratified at Edinburgh, 16th January, 1707 by kind permission of Jenny Eeles of Random Scottish History You can follow Jenny on Twitter https://twitter.com/FlikeNoir You can become a Patron and support the Random Scottish History work here : https://www.patreon.com/…
 
Our host John Drummond's guest this week is Maria Joao Kay. Originally from Portugal, Marie has lived in Scotland for over 40 years. She teaches at St Andrews. She is married to author Billy Kay and they have three children. In this fascinating discussion she compares the relationship between Spain and Portugal to that of England and Scotland and d…
 
In the spotlight this week is the wonderful Ruth Wishart, here in conversation with Glasgow Pensioners for Indy on the topic of convincing older people that a vote for Yes is in their own interests as well as those of their children and grandchildren. Many thanks to Pensioners for Indy for sharing this event. If you have an event which you would li…
 
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