Our Guest Podcast this week welcomes first time podcaster Gem Donnelly as she shares the impact of Covid on her life as a student, as a mother and on her wedding day.
Gem has just started her own podcast channel called Gem's Thoughts, so if you would like to hear more from her, give her a follow
We are grateful to the Women for Independence organisation for sharing this event with us, focused on the experience of women in politics and how we can better support each other to reclaim that space
Our weekly Scottish sports podcast look back at this weeks European action and preview this weekend's football. There is also an update on the British Lions tour and the Olympics.
You can follow and contact the Locker Room team on twitter @LockerRoomIndy
The team desperately needs some women's voices to take part in the discussion, so get in touch if you've always fancied being a sports presenter on an online radio station!
Indyliveradio team is grateful to the Aberdeen Independence Movement for sharing their excellent event called A Global Blueprint for Scotland with guest speaker Anthony Salamone tackling some excellent questions from the audience
James E interviews Scottish author , Scots language advocate and sociologist Colin Burnett about his first book "A Working Class State of Mind" . The central character Aldo has been described as "Begbie for the twitter generation" and the book is written in Scots.
A Working Class State of Mind is published by Leamington Books and is available at all good bookstores.
Dr Mark McNaught's guest for this episode of Building the Scottish State is Dr Tim Ridout who answers questions from the audience on the subjects of Scottish Currency, Modern Monetary Theory , the relative merit of EFTA vs EU membership and much more.
This is the podcast version of a Youtube video which is also available to watch in the "Building the Scottish State" playlist on our Youtube channel
The Indylive.radio team is grateful to Aberdeen Independence Movement for sharing their event on the vexed question of "what's next for the fishing industry?"
Recorded in Feb this year, Karen Adam (now) MSP is in conversation with Elaine Whyte of the Clyde Fisherman's Association and taking a range of questions from the audience