Lesley is just back from filming outside the Old Firm and describes her reaction. We also touch on the ability of Brexit suits to bore Scots. The story of Paul and his three year sanction is sure to touch everyone. And finally, we talk Wick and the importance of tights.
My daughter and I took a campervan around New Zealand. We recorded two short videos ( well, technically 3 ) about this trip.
Here is the first one - please enjoy it.
Again, a short video made for the primary school I am working for...this video is just a bit of GoPro magic from inside the Mighty Quinn camper van on our trip around New Zealand.
After a bit of a break , all explained this week, we are back in the pod. Trying to catch up on all the events of the month we were away. This involved some notable passings, and some great Celtic Connections gigs. We also wander into current affairs and the 1p tax rise proposal. It is a long and emotional podcast. Next week, we will be talking more land reform and Europe.
In early January 2016, I made a journey to Japan and took some photos. I also sat down on the metro and recorded my impressions for the primary school I am working in. I hope you like my 'take' on the wonders of Tokyo.
In this week's podcast we talk about the Paris Summit on Climate Change, the result of the Carmichael court case, the 'Donald' and then the passing of two great writers; William McIlvanney and Ian Bell. We also touch on the campaign to put Dr Elsie Inglis on the new bank notes.
Another week in the primary school and here is the podcast. It's Christmas Jim, but not as we know it.
This week there is a theme of bridges in the podcast. Whether it is the land owners offering land to communities, Jeremy Corbyn needing to build some, the Forth Road and that Nordic TV series; bridges seem to be the idea of the week. We also manage to weave in the regeneration of South West Norway, The Last Kingdom and the usual banter.
This week's podcast from the front lines of the Primary School; Christmas plays, language and a local athletics event called 'Meadow Mill'. You can listen here.
In this short interview Dr Duncan Halley of the Norwegian Institute of Nature Research outlines the background and rationale for the regeneration of SW Norway.