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A new podcast by Glasgow City Heritage Trust about the relationships, stories and shared memories that exist between Glasgow’s historic buildings and the city's communities. Presented by Glasgow City Heritage Trust vice director, architect and historian Niall Murphy, this ten-part series will feature one or two guests per episode plus stories, memories and opinions sent to us by the public. Each episode focuses on a specific area, type of building or aspect of Glasgow’s heritage, not only fr ...
 
Glasgow & Barcelona based podcast, hosted by Sean McDonald. Sean interviews people from various segments of society, discussing serious topics with Scottish humour. From life stories, to social commentary and discussion on mental health topics, modern culture and more. Contact at seanmcdonald.podcast@gmail.com.
 
Welcome to The Real Ghosts of... podcast! We're Devin Glasgow and Nicole Riccardo and we're here to bring you tales of the paranormal in Austin and beyond. Whether you're here for an investigation or one of our Wine & Spirits episodes, we welcome you to kick back, have a drink, and explore the "other side" with us!
 
A science pod-yssey brought to you by the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine at the University of Glasgow. Naturally Speaking is first and foremost a podcast covering cutting edge research and light hearted ecology banter. We have invited blog posts and podcasts from researchers across our Institute and also visiting speakers. We’ve got a little something for everyone.
 
If there was a definitive discography of classic albums, what should be in it? Host Mark Fraser from The Curator Podcast, and titans of Glasgow music/co-hosts David Weaver from Detour and Chris Cusack from Bloc, discuss and dissect perceived classic albums to decide which albums would make this list. Then, after we've talked it to death, we turn it over to you to decide once and for all via a handy poll. Cast your vote on our Facebook page and let's celebrate unsung classics.
 
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Ailsa Longmuir & George Quail

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A fortnightly RPG podcast by a nerdy couple from Glasgow, Scotland. We aim to introduce you to new games (both mainstream and indie), support storytellers with our Ask A GM feature, and amuse you with quizzes and Python-esque silliness. Ailsa is a mainly lawful, occasionally chaotic player, and lover of all things strange and unusual. George is the long-suffering forever GM with close to 20 years experience of running a vast array of games. Plus we have a menagerie of strange creatures livin ...
 
An experiential storytelling podcast, featuring immersive soundscapes and truly original short stories written, narrated, and produced by Scottish poet Cal Bannerman. Learn about the history of storytelling in mid-month miniseries The Wandering Bard, or escape your daily stresses with one of Cal's queer-focused fantasy, historical, supernatural and science fiction stand-alone stories. Episodes range from 15-90 minutes long, and are aimed at an adult audience. Original artwork by Anna Ferrara.
 
Hannah Brown and Chris McLeish are two creatives from the Gothic city, Glasgow. Their fascination with all things gothic began at a young age but now as twenty-somethings they want to share their thoughts and feelings. From murder to literature, ghosts to architecture and maybe even the occasional film chat, they've got all your gothic interests covered.
 
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Eight days to go until Celtic are playing, this winter break drags on, but hopefully this week flies in! In the meantime, we decided to put out a classic interview from the ARCHIVE We spoke to Craig Burley in 2017, in what was, alongside Scott McDonald's interview that same year, one of the biggest downloaded GIGPOD episodes ever, so for you lot wh…
 
Across the 19th and 20th centuries, Glasgow has been home to a huge number of music halls, theatres, and cinemas, which served and entertained the population. During that time these spaces occupied, and many still do, a significant role in the social and architectural life of the city and in people's memories. Join us for a double guests episode ab…
 
Welcome back, listeners. Glad we're back on track? So are we. We've missed you. Well this week we discuss where in Scotland we would most like to visit, Chris discusses the AWBG new found Cornwall based fame and Hannah talks Edinburgh trips! Chris's story this week is about the Irish Potato Famine, his familial link to Ireland and the friendship be…
 
Tonight's sleepy tale is The Enchanted April by Elizabeth Von Arnim. Published in 1922, it is the story of four disparate women who travel to a medieval castle in Italy for a holiday. In this episode, Mrs Wilkins sees the ad for the castle in the Times and meets Mrs Arbuthnot for the first time. If you'd like to support the podcast, you can buy me …
 
Tension builds on the Ukrainian-Russian border, car smashing provides release from COVID stress in the Netherlands, Greece's missing marbles and Serbians on Novak Djokovic. Also: Turkey's not-so “pious generation", life after Brexit, retreating Scottish snow patches and a violin made from the floorboards of legendary Antarctic explorer Sir Earnest …
 
Last week, the tech CEO Elizabeth Holmes – once described as ‘the next Steve Jobs’ – was convicted of fraud, and could face decades in prison. Her now collapsed company, Theranos, promised to revolutionise medicine with a machine that could run hundreds of health tests on just a pinprick of blood. Those claims have since been exposed as false – but…
 
New year, same old voices. We are back with the first (of many) podcast(s) of 2022. Modern-thinking, data-driven evolved football man Lawrence Donegan is joined the Fred and Wilma Flintstone of Celtic podcasts, AKA Remy McSwain and Frances Traynor, to discuss all things Celtic - the manager, the signings, the xG, and the starting XI for next week's…
 
Paul Cooney and Davie Provan talk to Kilmarnock Director, Cathy Jamieson, and Partick Thistle CEO, Gerry Britton, as both clubs appeal to have the 500 fan limit scrapped in time for this weekend. We also cover all the latest transfer business as Riley McGree looks set for Celtic u-turn, Jermaine Defoe departs Rangers and Cedric Itten is re-called b…
 
This week we’ve got the story of a serial killer who committed at least 12 murders across four countries on two continents, but is perhaps most well known for becoming a darling of Europe’s literary elite during the 1980s, was declared rehabilitated and released, only to then go on another killing spree. Listen in to the story of Jack Unterweger an…
 
Rob MacLean is joined in the studio by Stephen Craigan to talk about the return of fans to football grounds from next week. We also take your calls on today's announcement. Jo Hendry gives us the rundown on Celtic's new Japanese trio from today's player press conference and we discuss David Marshall's move to QPR and all the latest transfer news fr…
 
It’s been called the most important glacier in the world. The Thwaites glacier in Antarctica is the size of Florida, and contains enough water to raise sea levels by over half a metre. Over the past 30 years it has been melting at an increasing pace, and currently contributes 4% of annual global sea level rise. Ian Sample speaks to marine geophysic…
 
On this week's podcast: RTV: If you need individual vouchers, please do get in touch Las Vegas 2022: 142 days! Shout out: Happy birthday Davie Wilson! Las Vegas 2022: What's happening with the golf and football? NARSA General Meeting: Date to be decided soon Communications Nathan Patterson exits with class: https://www.rangers.co.uk/article/nathan-…
 
The Cooneen Ghost episode photos are on our Instagram page, comment below to contribute your thoughts. Contact us if you have a little known Irish or British crime we should cover in future episodes. . Instagram Email LinkTree. . 🧖‍♀️ Me Time: Aldi Liptons ice tea Magnesis 🎶 Sound Effects: Sound Bible: http://soundbible.com/ 📚 Episode References: h…
 
It's our very first birthday! Come gather round the fire with us once more in this special birthday short story. Take a look at what the future holds for Stories from the Hearth, and learn how you can be a part of it. Wrap yourself in some fiction and hunker down by the hearth, it's getting cold out there. The next story episode of Stories from the…
 
The New Year is now well underway but we’re not quite ready to let the Christmas cheer disappear just yet. To that end, we now share the conclusion of our XMAS XTRAVAGANZA. Vicki and Chris are pished, we talk about our favourite albums of 2021, artists who should have joined the 27 club, our favourite discoveries of the year that we made via the po…
 
Struggling to fall asleep? Quiet your mind with Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne. Published in 1872, this story is one of Verne's most acclaimed works. In this episode, exactitude personified, Phileas Fogg hires a new valet, Passepartout. After a discussion and wager at his club, Fogg sets off on his journey. If you'd like to support the …
 
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