Welcome to your Full Scottish, live from our Cowcaddens Studio in Glasgow.
Programme starts at 12:00 midday on Sunday 11th February 2018
Join Richard Walker and Suzanne McLaughlin at midday, for analysis of the latest news and current affairs, live from our Cowcaddens Studio in Glasgow.
This weeks guests are Mhairi Hunter, Councillor for Glasgow Southside Central, Professor Murray Pittock, University of Glasgow Pro-Vice Principal and Megan D will be providing the music.
Murray Pittock is Bradley Professor of English Literature. He has worked at the universities of Manchester (where he was the first professor of Scottish literature at an English university), Edinburgh, Oxford, Aberdeen and Strathclyde, and has had or will have visiting appointments at the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (2002), Charles University, Prague (2010), Trinity College, Dublin (2008), Auburn (2006), Notre Dame (2014), USC (2015) and Yale (1998/2000). He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the English Association, the Royal Historical Society, the Royal Society of Arts and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland among other bodies. Murray’s books are set on courses in English, History, Irish Studies, theology and politics in around twenty-five countries, and he has been awarded or shortlisted/nominated for a number of literary and historical prizes and prize lectureships.
Mhairi Hunter lives in the Southside and has been an SNP councillor for Southside Central since 2012. She also works part time for Nicola Sturgeon MSP and cares for her elderly father. Mhairi is the SNP spokesperson on health & social care and is a member of the board of Glasgow’s Health & Social Care Partnership.
We are delighted to welcome back up and coming, Edinburgh singer/songwriter, Megan D to the Full Scottish. You can add Megan to you playlist on Spotify here: open.spotify.com/artist/5cJky43tpLaUxRUZXOv5NZ
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