Richard Walker Interviews Michael Russell MSP, Minister for UK Negotiations on Scotland’s Place in Europe Scotland in Europe Six months on from the Brexit vote, the UK’s future relationship with Europe seems every bit as mired in confusion as it did in the immediate, chaotic aftermath. Only the Scottish government has a detailed plan, outlined […]
BBC Scottish Six Needs to be Edited and Anchored from Scotland. It finally looks like the decades-long wait for a BBC Scottish Six news programme may be coming to an end. The Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee have urged the corporation to meet demands for a 6pm news programme entirely edited and anchored in […]
Full Scottish Chilcot Report After seven years John Chilcot’s report on Britain’s role in the lead up to the war in Iraq was finally published on Wednesday. It was a damning indictment on Tony Blair’s false justification for joining the American invasion and the mistakes in British intelligence which were used to suggest Saddam Hussein […]
Richard Walker’s Vote Remain statement on behalf of Broadcasting Scotland. The European referendum has presented some difficult challenges to Scots, not least to those who supported independence in the referendum of 2014. We have had to listen to Project Fear tactics we dismissed when they were adopted by those arguing for the continuation of […]
Programme starts at 12:30 PM on Sunday 5th June 2016 Welcome to your Full Scottish, live from the YES Bar in Glasgow. We’re excited to reveal our lineup for this week’s Full Scottish, which is focusing on art and culture in Scotland. Joining hosts Richard Walker and Michelle Rodger for the newspaper review are journalists […]
Programme starts at 12:30 PM on Sunday 29th May 2016 Welcome to your Full Scottish, live from the YES Bar in Glasgow. Will you be joining us for your Full Scottish this week? We think you should (although we are very biased) because we’re creating an eclectic mix of topics and personalities that you really […]
Michelle Rodger interviews Jeane Freeman, political analyst, business owner, co-founder of Women for Independence and SNP candidate for Carrick, Cumnock and Doon Valley.
Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for Europe and International Development in the Scottish Government welcomed Michelle Rodger from Broadcasting Scotland to his constituency office in Glasgow for the latest in our series of long-form interviews.
Michelle Rodger interviews George Adam MSP, Ambassador for Paisley in the Scottish Parliament. In a passionate interview, George talks about his life and career in politics, education and barriers to attainment, his ambitions for Paisley and support for his beloved St. Mirren.
Michelle Rodger interviews Gavin Newlands MP, one of the 56 SNP MPs elected in May, about his experiences in his first 100 days in the House of Commons, as the newly elected MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North. From election night and the shock of victory, to his maiden speech and the “breath of […]