October 17, 2019
IndyPram met up with Chris Law MP, independence singer Amanda Brown and Deidre Brock MP prior to the start of the Edinburgh AUOB March for Independence to discuss the big event and current politics. This was followed up a few days later chatting with Paul Kavanagh, political writer for The National, iScot magazine and Wee Ginger Dug independence blog.
October 11, 2019
Joanna Cherry and Michelle Thomson answer questions about a Section 30 should Westminster constantly refuse Holyrood one, the new Scottish Referendum Bill and Scots Law success.
October 8, 2019
This episode comes from the "Big One", the Edinburgh AUOB march.
You can hear from marchers we chatted to along the way including first timers, and a raucous train journey home again. Did you spot that the Saor Alba women band members were wearing ginger beards at one point? Find out why when we chat to one of the pipers. For anyone who missed it because they were still marching, we've also included Joanna Cherry's speech.
October 5, 2019
In this episode we go on location again, to the Boulders and Blethers Yes Stones event in Glasgow.
Hear from the founder of the Yes stones facebook site (which now has 5000+members), some of the event organisers and attendees and find out how you can get involved with our ambitious plans for a St Andrew's Day stones event.
October 2, 2019
How to win support from women for Scottish independence
Marsha Scott talks on "How to win support from women for Scottish independence" and answers questions. All welcome! In the function room of the Clermiston Inn, hosted by Yes Edinburgh West. http://www.womenforindependence.org/
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October 2, 2019
Michelle Thomson on Project Heather, a stock exchange for Scotland and how it would add value to society, investment and employment. Joanna Cherry on living as though we already live in an independent Scotland. Introduction by Graeme McCormick, Convenor of Dunbarton SNP CA.
September 26, 2019
In Part 2 of the David McGuiness interview, David describes the Scottish and English constitutional arrangements, a history of sovereignty, the royal prerogative, power and political interest of the royal family.
We discussed the power and limitations of the UK Supreme Court and the potential emergency powers in event of public unrest.
David also speaks about the growth of the independence movement, the current Holyrood mandate and votes in Scotland in event of a general election.
David concluded with insight into a Section 30, the new Scottish Referendum Bill, owners of the UK media and the great success of the Scottish government and in particular our Scottish Health Service.
September 23, 2019
Scottish Greens Co-Leader Lorna Slater chats to member Elaine Gunn about why and how she got involved in the party and what motivates her to become an active member and candidate.