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This week Natalie and Selena are joined by author and feminist Sara Sheridan. Her new book 'Where Are The Women?' re-imagines the Scottish landscape and renames statues, streets, landmarks and monuments after the influential and important females our history has forgotten.על ידי Bauer Media
 
Natalie Crawford & Selena Jackson are joined by GlasGLOW Girls Club founder and top-gal Laura Maguiness aka Pink Tartan Doll to discuss female empowerment and what pushed her to step out on her own into the world of business. Plus how more women should work together and support each other in this Week in the Weeg special.…
 
Natalie Crawford & Selena Jackson are joined by Endo Silence Scotland founder and top-gal Katy Johnson to discuss her Endometriosis diagnosis, stigma smashing campaigning. Plus how we can work together to challenge taboo subjects in this Week in the Weeg special.על ידי Bauer Media
 
Natalie Crawford & Selena Jackson celebrate as one of Glasgow's most iconic nightclubs, the Garage, celebrates it's 25th birthday. They've been speaking to punters, staff and venue boss Donald MacLeod about why it continues to be so successful and what has contributed to its longevity.על ידי Bauer Media
 
A look back at the biggest stories of the past week in Glasgow and the West with Clyde News reporters Natalie Crawford and Selena Jackson - this week... - 16 year-old Aaron Campbell's been found guilty of the abduction, rape and murder of 6 year-old Alesha MacPhail on the Isle of Bute in July last year... - Kilmarnock gaffer Steve Clarke's being pr…
 
A look back at the biggest stories of the past week in Glasgow and the West with Clyde News reporters Natalie Crawford and Lesley Di Mascio. This week... - There's light at the end of the tunnel for thousands of women workers in Glasgow - their 5-hundred-million-pounds equal pay deal has been given the green light... - After more than 25 years the …
 
A look back at the biggest stories of the past week in Glasgow and the West with Clyde News reporters Natalie Crawford and Selena Jackson. This week... - The family of a Paisley man killed by a convicted criminal who'd ripped off his tag and broken his curfew are telling Clyde News their faith in the justice system has been shattered by a refusal t…
 
Natalie Crawford and Selena Jackson are joined by Glasgow City Council leader Susan Aitken on an historic week for the city as the long-running equal pay dispute is finally settled. Confused about Brexit? Our political editor Alan Smith's got the latest & in sport, Ronnie Charters has all the transfer news.…
 
This week Natalie Crawford's joined by Radio Clyde News legend Rob Waller. They're talking allergies, Glasgow Action group, five years since the Clutha disaster and hear an exclusive interview from the partner of a Paisley man who was murdered last year by a man out on license.על ידי Bauer Media
 
This week on Week in the Weeg... A Coatbridge block of flats is deliberately set on fire in the middle of the night forcing children to jump from windows to flee the flames; Scotland are one step closer to their first major tournament in 20 years after a 3-2 win over Isreal; Detectives in Ayr are hunting a woman after a nurse is stabbed in a hospit…
 
This week on Week in the Weeg... Natalie and Selena hear from woman whose dad perished in a Glasgow factory fire 50 years ago, shes campaigning for a permanent memorial to the disaster. Also, we hear from a Rutherglen man stranded abroad; we have the latest on the Glasgow School of Art evidence at Holyrood and Glasgow Tigers Speedway owners are app…
 
This week on Week in the Weeg Natalie Crawford is joined by Selena Jackson to discuss bonfire night; 4am licences for Glasgow nightclubs; a local supermarket stepping up to help an East Kilbride family living with disability and the Spice Girls make a return... but not to Glasgow.על ידי Bauer Media
 
This week on Week in the Weeg Natalie & Colin discuss the SNP conference in Glasgow; people in Dalmarnock have less access to fresh food than anywhere else in the country; another major movie is set to film in Glasgow and an East Dunbartonshire school praised on World Mental Health Day.על ידי Bauer Media
 
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