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A podcast dedicated to bringing you stories of true crime from Scotland. Each episode will tell a new story of some of the most intriguing, mysterious, disturbing and horrific crimes ever committed in Scotland. Follow us on Twitter at @truecrimescot Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/truecrimescot Support us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/truecrimescot For more information on all the cases we cover, please check out our website. http://www.truecrimescotland.com
 
Hello there and welcome to the History of Scotland. We tell the in-depth story of the proud nation of Scotland, from the Invasion of the Romans, to the formation of the Kingdom of Alba, the rise of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, the control of the Stuarts and the union of the crowns, a country no longer independent and finally leading up to the modern world.So come, join us on this journey whilst we explore the great, the proud, the horrible and the ugly History of Scotland.All podcas ...
 
Football Scotland Daily will get you up to speed with all the latest news and talking points just in time for your evening commute home. Let the Football Scotland team act as your guide through the wonderful, mad world of Scottish football. We’ll bring you a mix of discussion, breaking stories and transfer news every day between Monday and Friday. And if you can’t wait for the next episode to upload to get your fix you can find us at footballscotland.co.uk or over on Twitter @Football_SCOT
 
Hamilton Cleek is back - or is he?Margot, Queen of the Apaches (the notorious French criminal gang) has been released on bail and vanished, Mr. Narkom has a series of inexplicable murders to solve, there is talk of revolution in Mauravania. And Cleek is missing.Hold on to your hats for another thrilling ride as spying, murder, horse-napping, bombs and political intrigue rear their ugly heads. (Introduction by Ruth Golding)
 
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Read about the Baobhan Sith in The Gaelic Otherworld edited Ronald Black, which uses the text from Superstitions of the Highlands Islands by John Gregorson Campbell. Listen to more about MacPhee and his loyal black dog here: www.tobarandualchais.co.uk/en/fullrecord/5820 www.tobarandualchais.co.uk/en/fullrecord/25460 http://www.tobarandualchais.co.u…
 
Annie and Jenny from Stories of Scotland are our final guests in this year's Hallowe'en Collection. They've produced a very special Stories of Scotland where they read The Grey Wolf by George MacDonald, the man who inspired Tolkien and some guy who wrote Narnia. CREDITS: Narration & Editing - Annie Gilfillan & Jenny Johnstone, Music - Mitch Bain…
 
Cameron and Paul are joined by Gordon McGuinness to look back at all the week 7 actions. We discuss the mighty Steelers, the Cardinals Seahawking the Seahawks and the Cowboys being utterly rank rotten! We as ever give away our weekly awards with your input as Paul nominations one of the podcast team members for Bawbag this week! Cameron also takes …
 
We read a lot in Hebrews about the High Priest ‘Melchizedek’ and that can seem confusing for us and maybe not all that relevant at times too. Again, we see another comparison here, and once more we are reminded Jesus is better. In the midst of all our uncertainty, we need to press into the fullness of this promise for us. Jesus has enacted, for all…
 
Scotland and Sheffield United forward Oli McBurnie joined us in the Scotland camp ahead of our UEFA EURO 2020 play-off against Israel. We spoke about his season with Sheffield United, his pride at representing Scotland, growing up supporting Scotland in England and his dreams of representing Scotland at a major tournament. Oli also speaks openly an…
 
During several weeks in the spring of 1674, meetings with Covenanter preachers spread like wild fire everywhere across the south of Scotland. Thousands attended and the government could scarcely restrain them. In this episode, we are at the site of Woolmet Chapel in Danderhall. We discover a little more of this dramatic interlude in a dark period o…
 
In this podcast Derek Hanton of SAC Inverness gives advice to those thinking of growing crops on a small scale for the first time. Many types of crops are discussed from root crops and those that are combinable. Some key constraints of working in small fields in marginal areas are discussed.על ידי Scotland's Farm Advisory Service Podcast
 
Beef Specialist Robert Ramsay chats to Michael Shannon and Peter Eccles. Two farmers who both market there products directly to consumers. Michael sells his own beef and other products through his on farm butchery and Peter sells his through a box scheme. They share their experiences and opinions on how producers can add value to their beef.…
 
A real success story, Laura Hinnekens took the bold decision to move to Scotland from Belgium to follow her dream of farming, starting with only a few hundred pounds in her pocket, her van and her dogs, she is now farming in Biggar with her partner Euan. @LawhillLambעל ידי Scotland's Farm Advisory Service Podcast
 
Special guest Ryan Latto, host of the Unearthed Podcast, takes us up, up and away with Arthur Conan Doyle's tale of winged wonder. Check out Unearthed for yourself: http://thebiglight.com/unearthed CREDITS: Narration - Ryan Latto, Music - Mitch Bain, Editing - Michael Parkעל ידי Be Quiet Media
 
Annie and Jenny take a gentle stroll through Chapel Yard Cemetery in Inverness and think about the stories that graveyards tell us. They encounter a succourer, a short snake, and a new perspective on the city they love. Have a look at Annie’s 1886 Visitors Guide to Inverness here: https://archive.org/details/visitorsguidetoi00unse/page/n1/mode/2up …
 
In this episode George Gauley is joined by Harriet Busby from Border berries. Border berries is a thriving farm business, located near St Boswells in the Scottish borders. Harriets’ family have been growing berries since the 1960s and started by supplying jam to a local factory. Since then Border berries has grown to become the largeset pick your o…
 
Chris Moriarty brings us another of Elliott O'Donnell's Scottish Ghost Stories as he regales us with a tale of terror, horrific bloodshed, and roast beef sandwiches. CREDITS: Narration - Chris Moriarty, Music - Mitch Bain, Editing - Michael Parkעל ידי Be Quiet Media
 
The dead walk the earth, doom and horror all around, but enough about Dundee enjoy Return of the Living Dead. Video podcasts and more content over at https://www.youtube.com/thederekfindasarchive help support the show https://www.patreon.com/thederekfindasarchiveעל ידי folkinscotland
 
Cameron and Paul are joined by Jamie to celebrate the 1st Giants victory of the season. The way the game ended opens up a conversation about 2 point conversations as Paul shares his belief that the decision to go for 2 was dumb by both the Texans and the Football Team. We then look back at all the other headlines from week 6 before we give away our…
 
Ever been haunted by smooth jazz? Me neither... Andy Stewart from Strong Language & Violent Scenes teams up with his co-host and our composer Mitch Bain to tell another tale of ghoulish woe from Elliott O'Donnell. CREDITS: Narration - Andy Stewart, Music - Mitch Bain, Editing - Michael Parkעל ידי Be Quiet Media
 
Malcolm Macdonald spoke to nutritionists Karen Stewart and Mary Young along with beef specialist Robert Ramsay about planning feed supplies for the winter. Karen, Mary and Robert give us a run down of what farmers need to be thinking about as cows come in for the winter and start to be fed. How to produce a feed budget, what the options are if you …
 
Your Options Understood (Y.O.U) is an organisation that offers independent advice to those living with a disability, as well as parents and carers. It was set-up by Dr Danielle Farrel to share her own experiences of life with a disability and to show that having a disability does not necessarily mean that individuals cannot live an independent life…
 
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