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ARE you a fan of fitba played below the leagues that have the glitz and glamour? Then you’ve come to the right place. Join the Scottish Sun’s Gareth Law and Newmains United co-manager manager Paul Davies for a weekly look at football lower down the ladder. Hear the latest news, discussion and stories along with managers, players, administrators, fans and more from SPFL League One and Two, the Lowland and Highland Leagues, South and East of Scotland Leagues and the juniors. There’s a chance f ...
 
The Creative Me Podcast is a show about art, culture, and all the other kinds of creativity happening in the North East of Scotland. during each episode of the podcast host Ica Headlam will explore with an individual or group what inspires and influences their creative practice and what they would like to achieve from their work.
 
A podcast all about celebrating small, independent businesses who are doing wonderful, creative things in the most difficult of circumstances. Join me as we go behind the scenes of inspiring businesses and shops you love, hearing their stories about how they started, how they continue to evolve and why they believe in their local high street. We look forward to having you along!
 
In Intruder - Theatre in the Making, Remi Rachuba, actor and writer, talks about his epic 11-year old journey of putting on his bilingual (English-Polish) solo-play, 'Intruder/Intruz'. He is sharing his insight into the development process, artistic inspirations, selecting his collaborators, staying motivated, coping with feedback, playwriting competitions and four and a half rehearsed readings, becoming a producer of his work, securing Arts Council England and Creative Scotland funding, rai ...
 
Are you a naturally curious person? Following on from the Royal Society of Edinburgh's successful Tea & Talk series held during their Curious 2019 summer events programme, the concept has been developed for a digital format to provide access to experts talking on a wide range of subjects and provide the opportunity for listeners to learn something new, expand their horizons and hear from national and world experts in their respective disciplines.
 
Welcome musicians and music lovers. There are hundreds of amazing musicians floating around the city of Kelowna, so we decided to create a platform to showcase their talents. We get into the nitty-gritty details of making music, the ups and downs of being a "creative", depression & anxiety, inspiration and motivation, struggles, triumphs, hilarious stories, terrible shows, and so much more. It seems that the majority of great artists have one thing in common: they arent afraid of being vulne ...
 
Multi coloured cultural laser aimed straight into your ears. Featuring people who do things, make things and live life like art. A zesty melange of interviews, new music and eclectic audio shrapnel. Presented by Ryan Van Winkle. Produced by Colin Fraser. Generously supported by Creative Scotland for our 2014 season.
 
This Podcast is hosted by Braw Talent's Colm Keegan as he interviews various guests within creativity in the hope of inspiring listeners about to embark on their journey to take note and learn from successful creative practitioners. Braw Talent is a Social Enterprise CIC based in Glasgow, Scotland passionate about providing an education where creative opportunities are not determined by postcodes or left to chance. Where young people are empowered with the tools, skills and confidence to hon ...
 
The Design Jones is a podcast featuring the very best of the UK creative industry. One to one interviews with designers, developers and people within the UK creative scene. These podcasts will focus on anything and everything that will allow you to know the people behind the work. The Design Jones is hosted by designer Ade Mills and either recorded on location or from Bexhill, East Sussex. The Design Jones is released twice a month on the first and third Saturday of each month. Thank you to ...
 
The Think in Translation podcast is a literature podcast series featuring international authors, translators, publishers and booksellers, with the aim of making translated books accessible to all readers. Created by Vagabond Voices Publishing with the support of The Space and Creative Scotland. We post new episodes every second Thursday, starting 29 March. Twitter: @VagabondVoices Facebook: @vagabond.voices #ThinkInTranslation vagabondvoices.co.uk/think-in-translation
 
i will turn your heart into gold playing for // Splash! Festival, VICE, Bread&&Butter, Adidas, Puma, Highsnobiety, Wrangler, Zalando, Bold Berlin, BAM Berlin, Dummy Magazine, Berlin Fashion Week Studiolo, TopShop, Absolut, American Apparel, Lee Malone Photography, Studiolo clubs // The Ace Hotel (LDN), Razzamatazz (BCN), GrooveStation Dersden, Prince Charles, About Blank, Gretchen, Ya'am, Mench Meier, ACUD, St.Georg, Musik & Freiden, Burg Schnabel, Zwei Drei Raum, Keller, Rosi's, Void, Backy ...
 
This podcast series features inspirational talks by some of the most innovative educational consultants and developers in the world. They have been recorded at the Urban Learning Space in The Lighthouse in Glasgow, Scotland.Urban Learning Space is a learning lab equipping the people of Scotland with the capabilities to face the challenges of 21st century life.Urban Learning Space was established with core funding from Scottish Enterprise Glasgow. We are working with people around Scotland to ...
 
The Way Christian Ministries (TheWayCM) is intent on fulfilling the Great Commission by making disciples out of Christians. To do this we use online teaching, purchasable resources and offer a limited number of places on our residential Training for Life course (TFL) at our ministry base in Scotland and at a growing number of TFL Centres around the world. TheWayCM undertake a number of foreign missions each year. We train, send and support missionaries and we bring foreign leaders who are wo ...
 
Black Women Travel Podcast shares the stories of Black women who dare to make travel a priority. Yes, in this economy. This community of bold women from all over the world have varied travel stories including short-term travelers based in a country, to long-term travelers living as digital nomads or working abroad. Listen in to hear how they’re able to use travel as a means to connect with themselves and others. Celebrate good times! You now have the opportunity to become an Official Nomad C ...
 
GET AFTER IT guests range from pro and extreme athletes, entrepreneurs, celebrities and inspiring individuals. Nashy is an adventure, fitness and sports enthusiast and proud father of three. He is the first to seize opportunities in outdoor adventures, regularly pushing himself and his family out of their comfort zone in an attempt to secure a satisfying work/life balance.
 
First published by Ace Books in 1961. This reading is from the text available through the Project Gutenberg. MARS FOR THE MARTIANS! Dark Kensington had been dead for twenty-five years. It was a fact; everyone knew it. Then suddenly he reappeared, youthful, brilliant, ready to take over the Phoenix, the rebel group that worked to overthrow the tyranny that gripped the settlers on Mars. The Phoenix had been destroyed not once, not twice, but three times! But this time the resurrected Dark had ...
 
Lose yourself in a story of obsession, 40 years of night life and 4,000 years of human connection. In The Portal Martin Green, Wils Wilson, and David Greig have woven together a tale of love, music, drugs and deceit. Two obsessive recordists, and lovers torn apart by circumstance; Etteridge and Angela left us the most incredible collection of 20th century documentation ever made. From 1947 to 1988 they never met. They recorded any and every aspect of London nightlife, from war-time dance-hal ...
 
From its ancient origins in the 1495 founding of King’s College through to thriving global endeavours in 2020, the University of Aberdeen boasts a historic legacy spanning 525 years of leading and engaging with intellectual currents of the wider world. Yet quatercentenary and quincentennial memorial histories of the University of Aberdeen portray the institution from a regional and national perspective. The Aberdeen University librarian between 1894 and 1926, Peter John Anderson (1853-1926), ...
 
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show series
 
Was amazing to welcome Gail onto the show to chat about her projects including Muddy Summers & The Dirty Field Whores to running Something-Else events and doing a fanzine , making art and taking photos plus we discuss her viral sucess of 'Cameron/ Boris, I Would Call You a C***', the irony of being called sexist for doing an all female festival and…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Ashleigh Chanél. In this chapter, Ashleigh Chanél says her momma never told her growing up that being Black hindered or limited what she could do in life. She also learned from her mom to celebrate birthdays to the fullest and was instilled with loads of confidence that she took to t…
 
Codey Gandy joins Nashy from Sacramento, California during a quiet spell in his busy household with 3 kids under 3. From dad life to fitness and the wild animals of California this Podcast covers many topics. Codey is a former U.S. Marine, and currently a leadership instructor, speaker, strategic advisor for Echelon Front. Codey spent just over 5 y…
 
Scotland compares very poorly with other countries in Europe and even within the UK when it comes to health inequalities, but why? In S03E02 of the RSE’s Tea and Talk Podcast, RSE Chief Executive Rebekah Widdowfield talks to Professor Graham Watt CBE FRSE about the reasons and possible answers. Graham is Emeritus Professor in General Practice at th…
 
In this episode Remi Rachuba talks about: - episodes #20 & #21 available on subscription on Apple Podcasts - working on the funding application over the summer holidays - meeting with a relationship manager - meeting with a big producer - a big realisation - other creatives joining the team - an uncomfortable conversation www.patreon.com/remirachub…
 
Just like that, we're at the end of series 3! We'll off on our summer break, but worry not - we'll be back before you know it with more stories from independents across Scotland in the Autumn! Before we go though, we are delighted to bring you our chat with East Coast Cured - as we speak to founders Susie and Steven. Founded in an attic in 2017, Ea…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Walton. In this chapter, Walton talks about growing up in and being obsessed with North Carolina, and how she believes growing up in the country gave her more patience and manners. She shares that because of bad grades, she was usually in the house, and how growing up in a strict hou…
 
GREG GALLAGHER and Andy Reid first got to know each other as kids in the primary school classroom. Now they’re determined to help Lugar Boswell Thistle get better marks on the pitch. They passed their first test after seeing off Saltcoats Victoria on day one of the West of Scotland League season despite the trauma of losing one of their players to …
 
Nashy is joined by explorer, accomplished writer and acclaimed photographer Levison Wood. Levison recalls the many adventures he has been on all across the globe from tours through war zones to walking the length of the Nile. Nashy and Lev discuss space travel and letting children’s curiosity for adventure run wild. An engaging conversation! Hope y…
 
Launching the third series of the RSE’s Tea and Talk Podcast, RSE Chief Executive Rebekah Widdowfield chats with RSE Fellows, Talat Yaqoob and Louise Macdonald OBE. They look at how the public has been informed and engaged during the Covid-19 pandemic and how we can build on this experience to improve both public debate and participation in decisio…
 
From Chewin the Fat to The Karen Dunbar show, it is an honour to welcome a true national treasure onto the show. We chatted about her career from Bonkers karaoke to theatre to her recent move into the world of Hip Hop workshops over lockdown and how much she is looking forward to playing a live DJ set once this pandemic blows over. This show was ma…
 
Nick Miller joins Producer Ben to discuss the biggest news in publishing: The Totally Football Yearbook 2021! The Totally Football Yearbook 2021 - edited by Nick Miller, with a foreword by Jamie Carragher and contributions from all of your Totally favourites - is available on 5 August in hardback and ebook and as an audiobook. You can pre-order it …
 
There has been much talk about the new St James Quarter that opened in Edinburgh last month, and a huge amount of discussion and excitement about their food market - Bonnie & Wild. We’ll be discussing the wider development in more depth next series, but we wanted to first catch up with one of the traders in the new market, gelato makers Joelato - b…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with LaToya. In this chapter, LaToya remembers always being self-aware, even if she wasn’t fully connected with her purpose, and exploring herself through entrepreneurship. She says that it’s nice to have the support of those around you, but she doesn’t need their validation, which has he…
 
THIS weekend sees the big kick off in many of the leagues below the SPFL. One of the newest sides in the West of Scotland League is also one with a proud past. Harmony Row have made their name bringing through kids. But this summer they’ve added the final piece of the jigsaw by starting their own senior side. Keith Gibson will be the man at the hel…
 
Creative film artist John Derting joins Nashy to discuss his time spent in the Alaskan wilderness capturing the most incredible footage and creating a global following. Originally from Kentucky John explains his unusual childhood and what lead him to discover his passion with the daily motivation to turn his side - hustel into his career. John has …
 
This week, as we continue to look at partnerships in small business - we’re chatting to Jo and Georgina from Edinburgh-based interior designer company - Jeffrey’s Interiors, who have recently completed a management buyout from the original owners, Jeff and Alison. It’s not something we’ve discussed a great deal on the show so far - what happens whe…
 
Italy are European champions. Jimbo, Carl Anka, James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein, David Preece and Daniel Storey review a wonderful night for the Azzurri but a heart-breaking night for England who lose on penalties at Wembley. Gareth Southgate’s side take a very early lead but are pegged back and worn down by their opponent. Like the 2018 World…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Juanita. In this chapter, Juanita says though she’s traveled a lot, she hasn’t changed, she’s just grown. She takes us back to her life growing up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, coming through all-Black schools, and being caught between having lots of support, while also having folks tha…
 
THOMAS DEVINE’S love affair with Forth started in the Hamilton Palace nightclub. After nine years as a player and a spell as co-boss, he’s been the sole man in charge at Kingshill since last November. Thomas joins us on the show this week ahead of their league opener against Shotts on July 13. He tells about the day he experienced relegation just T…
 
For the penultimate pod of the Euros, Jimbo is joined by a bumper crew of James Horncastle, Michael Cox, Tom Williams and Duncan Alexander. Anticipation builds ahead of the final at Wembley on Sunday. Italy the complete team, managed by Mancini the serial winner. Whereas England look to be physically fresher. Are both teams already heroes and in a …
 
Episode 11: Bex is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose music is birthed from a journey of self-discovery and curiosity. Her melody-forward music embodies a unique mix of pop and folk. You can find Bex singing about love and loss--where she is continuously placing vulnerability above all else. For more info on Bex, visit here website…
 
Nashy and his family recently spent an incredible afternoon with Luke and Tom in their home town Invergordon. The Worlds Strongest Brothers came face to face with Rocky and Hunter Nash and things got Spicy!! With Tom recently being crowned Worlds Strongest Man the brothers are on a roll and their world is blowing up with opportunities while they st…
 
Jimbo, Daniel Storey and Duncan Alexander bask in the glory of England reaching their first ever European Championship final. The Three Lions come from behind at Wembley to overcome Denmark and progress to the Euro 2020 final. England - masters of keep-ball, shaking off their demons and of shielding the ball and waiting for a free-kick. We salute t…
 
Jimbo is joined by James Horncastle, Adam Crafton and Daniel Storey as the Azzurri ascend to the final of Euro 2020. It took penalties and a little bit of luck but Italy beat Spain at Wembley and continue to give great value to this tournament. Meanwhile, the future looks bright for Spain with Pedri running the show. But should they have got rid of…
 
Delighted to welcome Writer/ Actor/ DJ/ Record label boss Graham Duff onto the You Call That Radio audio podcast as he launches a new book he co-wrote with Mark E Smith of The Fall that we all hope will become a film one day called 'The Otherwise' . It was great craic discussing the history, extensive back catalogue and infamous anecdotes of The Fa…
 
The department store has, in many ways, had one of the most tumultuous journeys of all, of those on the High Street. Whilst some key players in the sector are seeking to innovate and fast - in terms of new ranges, refurbishments of key sites, and investment in new services as they seek to make their stores real destinations for customers - the fact…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Briana. In this chapter, Briana talks about what it was like growing up outside of D.C. and what caused her first panic attack at the age of seven. While she’s thankful to have had access to private education, she describes the intellectual and physical demands coupled with events in…
 
Jimbo, Daniel Storey, Carl Anka and Sasha Goryunov react to a fantastic night for the Three Lions in Rome. England cruise past Ukraine 4-0 and into the last 4 of Euro 2020. A performance that was everything we wanted it to be – ruthlessly efficient and an absence of jeopardy. We salute Southgate, Shaw and the Sterling Kane partnership. They will me…
 
Jimbo is alongside Duncan Alexander, Charlie Eccleshare and James Horncastle as Italy & Spain set up a semi-final meeting at Euro 2020. Roberto Mancini’s Italy knock out the number 1 ranked team in the world in Belgium, in a performance that has everything. How have the Azzurri managed to put together this 32-game unbeaten run? And why wasn’t Manci…
 
If you want a break from all this England euphoria - or just a bit of perspective - here’s the latest episode of our Euro Stories documentaries, looking back on Euro 2008 . There’s no England in this one, but there is a whole lot of Rafa Honigstein, Julien Laurens, Sasha Goryunov and Alvaro Romeo. You can subscribe to this series by searching for B…
 
Khory Hancock aka The Enviromental Cowboy joins Nashy and explains the effects humans are having on earth. Khory is an Australian Environmental Scientist that originally grew up on a cattle station on Carnarvon Gorge, central Queensland, Australia. Topics discussed are solutions for climate change, different kinds of carbon farming and the open Oce…
 
Jimbo welcomes Adam Crafton, Raphael Honigstein and Daniel Storey to look back on a momentous day of action as the quarter-finalists at Euro 2020 are finalised. England secure a landmark victory over Germany at Wembley where all of Southgate’s decisions came off. And his squad selection and team selections appear to be vindicated. Is it judgement o…
 
Jimbo, Carl Anka and Daniel Storey try and make sense of quite possibly the greatest day of tournament football ever. Switzerland knock out world champions France on penalties after a 3-3 draw in Bucharest. We try to explain the magnificence of Xhaka and Pogba. And would France have fared better with Laporte? Speaking of Laporte, his Spanish side b…
 
This week, as we explore other stories from our evolving high street, we're chatting all things charity shops. We all know the pressures that non-essential retail has been under this past year, but what about the impact on a sector who rely on retail income to support those are living with long term health conditions? Who are supporting and working…
 
Jimbo welcomes Michael Cox and Duncan Alexander into the pod after a day of illuminating action at the Euros. Czech Republic hog the headlines by eliminating the Netherlands in the first shock of the last 16. But are they still the weakest team in the competition? And can Frank De Boer be blamed for the crazy mistakes of his players? Number 1 ranke…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Natasha. In this chapter, Natasha takes us back to her youth growing up in Chicago with a heavy voice, a love for learning, and in some ways being seen as too white, while in others being seen as too hood. She says she got in trouble a lot for talking too much but laughs at those tea…
 
Jimbo’s back and he’s brought Sasha Goryunov and Tom Williams with him as the knockout stages of Euro 2020 get underway. Denmark dismantle Wales 4-0 in Amsterdam as their fairy-tale continues to the quarter-finals. Niels Harild tells us why the Danes are daring to dream of a repeat of 1992. What will Gareth Bale do next? International football only…
 
It has been quite a week for Dan with his athletes Luke and Tom Stoltman competing in the Worlds Strongest man event in Sacramento, California. Luke put in the performance of his life with Tom finishing in 1st place and being crowned World's Strongest Man 2021. Nashy catches up with Dan for a chat following the incredible week and how his journey b…
 
It's a rest day here at Totally, so while we gear up for the knockouts of Euro 2020, allow us to take you back to Euro 2004 with the latest episode from The Athletic's Euro Stories, featuring some of your favourite voices from Team Totally. If you like what you hear, you can catch up with previous episodes by follow or subscribing to our Beyond The…
 
BY his own admission Chris Mackie took his playing career for granted. The Fauldhouse boss was a man of many clubs when he had the boots on. Chris told us about his hopes and aspirations for The Hoose in the first part of interview in episode 58. But this time we hear some frank talking as he tells us about the massive regrets he has. There was the…
 
Matt Davies Adams, Daniel Storey and Adam Crafton are here on the day of goals and destiny in the Euros. In Group F, F stood for fun as each team at some stage were bottom of the table or facing England in the next round. In Group E, we weren't expecting too much but Spain came to have a fiesta, with a hand from Martin Dubravka, whilst Sweden and P…
 
On this episode of Talking GolfGetaways, hosts Mitch Laurance and Darin Bunch and Producer Kris McEwen talk to Duane Horton, President of McLemore and of Scenic Land Company, its developer, to get the behind-the-scenes details of what went into McLemore’s success.By Mitch Laurance and Darin Bunch
 
Matt Davies Adams, Tom Williams, and Daniel Storey are here as England top Group D and as Scotland bid farewell to their first tournament in 23 years. So Scotland are out but what does it mean? We ask The Athletic's Jordan Campbell who's live at Hampden for his reflections on a heartbreaking night for the Tartan Army. More positive scenes over at W…
 
Matt Davies Adams, Rory Smith, and Sasha Goryunov are here as Denmark make their mark on this tournament and squeeze into the next stage whilst Austria find their fast flowing football. Copenhagen was the place to be on Monday night as Denmark scored four magnificent goals to set up their place in the round of 16. Whilst Finland gave Belgium a run …
 
Welcome back! As we explore more partnerships in business, today I’m joined by another husband and wife team - Jill and Steve from Meander. Meander is a sustainable clothing brand, passionate about making outdoor clothing more accessible, appealing and wearable - clothing that looks just at home in the city as it does on the hillside. They both hav…
 
Matt Davies-Adams welcomes Duncan Alexander and Robyn Cowen into the pod as Wales progress to the knockout stages. Robert Page’s side lose 1-0 in Rome but are still safely in the last 16. Are good-looking lads Italy the new tournament favourites? Are Turkey the worst dark horses ever? Groups B and C will conclude on Monday. Ari Virtanen dares to dr…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Danyel. In this chapter, Danyel reflects on being a young girl from Oakland who loved to read, the complexities of her childhood, and growing up fast with and around people who would later go on to be stars. She says she wanted to be a writer, was getting positive feedback about her …
 
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