A topical guide to life in the Scottish outdoors.
A storytelling podcast about Scottish history and the places we made it.
Stories of Scotland is a multi-award-winning Scottish history podcast. Join hosts Jenny and Annie as they unravel the rich tapestry of Scotland’s culture, nature and heritage. Prepared to climb into caves, cairns and chaos, Jenny and Annie travel around Scotland and investigate how stories of the past can help us make sense of modern life. Stories of Scotland celebrates Scottish history through traditional storytelling, archival research, museum objects and wandering in nature. It is recorde ...
A weekly round-up of GMS’s Weekend Edition’s highlights. Gordon Brewer, Isabel Fraser and Bill Whiteford present an hour-long digest of Saturday and Sunday’s breakfast shows.
Interviews with the stars of today, memories from legends of the game plus the latest news, the BBC Scotland rugby team keeps you across everything in the world of Scottish rugby
The website of Whiteinch Church of Scotland
A podcast that follows the Witches of Scotland campaign to bring justice to those accused, convicted and executed as witches under the Witchcraft Act 1563
Interviews, previews and reviews from the Scotland National Football Team. This is the only Official Scotland Podcast.
The newest sermons from Shawbost Free Church of Scotland on SermonAudio.
Broadcasters Paul Mitchell and Cameron Hobbs are joined by a guest every week to discuss all things NFL, but from a Scottish Point of view.
The Tes Scotland podcast brings you in-depth interviews with some of the most fascinating, inspiring and influential people working in Scottish education.
Insights and updates from Scotland's food and drink industry
The newest sermons from Partick Free Church of Scotland (Cont) on SermonAudio.
Welcome to the What Scotland Thinks podcast with Sir John Curtice, a series looking at public attitudes towards the key political and constitutional issues in Scotland today.
Journey with Reformation Scotland’s Matthew Vogan to discover the people and places that form the history and legacy of the Christian reformation, revival and persecution during Scotland’s Forgotten History.
Scotland's History explores people, places, events, culture and folklore from the Far North and Northern Isles to the Borders. Scots have left their mark on the world and many of these notable people will be covered in these podcasts too.
Scotland's Farm Advisory Service was set up thanks to funding from the Scottish Government and European Union. Our podcast covers a range of topics but all are supposed to either help to support your business be more profitable or look at ways to better use the natural environment.
Research, projects and events on topics related to social work and social care.
A church in Edinburgh
Gorgie Dalry Stenhouse Church of Scotland, Edinburgh featuring speaker
'The Mountebank History of Scotland Podcast' by Scottish comedian Daniel Downie mixes Scottish history with lots of jobby jokes and tory-bashing. Learn a little and laugh a lot with this 'hysterical and historical' podcast all the way from Scotland @mountebankscotland
Thought-provoking, uplifting, intelligent, inspiring, and entertaining -- that's the David Scotland podcast. Learn how to achieve new health, new wealth, new happiness, and a brand new you.
Derek Findas and Goron Vor tickle your ears with a rusty screwdriver in The Folk in Scotland Podcast and Film Guffs. Movie reviews and chat...we say chat but its a run on consciousness that never leads anywhere good. Often described as Scotlands greatest thinkers (for legal reasons this is untrue) Loads more and videos over at www.folkinscotland.com
Welcome to Politically Speaking, Scotland’s flagship political podcast brought to you from the editorial team of the award-winning Holyrood magazine. Whether you are more interested in what politicians do to relax than what they actually do in the parliament, this is the podcast where you will get the full skinny on politics, policy, and pure nonsense. ©Holyrood Communications
In this series we speak to inspirational female founders and leaders in Scotland discussing in particular challenges and obstacles encountered along their business journeys and how their reactions to those challenges have helped them build resilience and get to where they are today.
For the Love of Scotland is a podcast series from conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland. From coastlines to castles, art to architecture, wildlife to wilderness, the National Trust for Scotland cares for and protects some of Scotland's most significant places and spaces, allowing them to be enjoyed today while protecting them for future generations. Hosted by former BBC Reporting Scotland anchor Jackie Bird, each episode will tell some of the thrilling stories behind the Trus ...
The Angry Scotland Podcast is available on podcast apps and YouTube!
The newest sermons from Glasgow RP Church of Scotland on SermonAudio.
Pitlochry Church of Scotland is a Presbyterian Church within the Church of Scotland and situated in the beautiful tourist town of Pitlochry in Perthshire, Scotland. At Pitlochry Church we believe something special happens when people come together to learn about and celebrate God. Every day we see God at work in the hearts and minds of our congregation. We hope that by listening to podcasts of our weekly sermons, you will be encouraged and challenged by God in new and unique ways. Christians ...
🏴 ℹ Desde el corazón de las Tierras Altas de Escocia a golpe de gaitas, tambores e inspiradoras voces gaélicas. Deje que nuestra programación en español le ilumine por el día o le ablande su corazón por la noche y ¡descubra Escocia con nosotros!. ⤵
Scotland’s only website for ice hockey news.Check us on the Slapshot Scotland Facebook page, Twitter (@SlapshotScot) and at the website, www.slapshotscotland.wordpress.com (http://slapshotscotland.com)
An ambitious exploration of the arts in Scotland in which a range of artists take us on 15-minute 'personal journeys' illustrating their inspiration and the lineage of their artform.
It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting
The History Scotland - Hidden Histories podcast sheds light on hidden historical gems around the country. Join Neil McLennan as he explores lesser-known visitor attractions across Scotland. Find out more about History Scotland magazine at www.history-scotland.com
The home of Bikepacking in Scotland.
If you've never heard Fr Mark speak, here is your chance!
Podcast by Cricket Scotland
A weekly podcast story of ancient advanced civilisations, clan wars and conspiracy in an alternative modern Scotland.
Podcast by Acting Coach Scotland
Discussing how we best shape the future of Scotland.
Podcast by Scotland National Team
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In this podcast I interview 2 of Scotland's artists about the hip hop scene in Scotland.
SWNT star Erin Cuthbert joins us for this episode of the Official Scotland Podcast. She chats about three key matches for Scotland, being a Scotland mascot in her childhood, COVID-19 and what happens when a passport goes missing!על ידי Scotland National Team
על ידי Andrew R Allan
It is 1942. On Gruinard Island, in a bay about halfway between Gairloch and Ullapool, a flock of sheep are dying for the war effort. Check out all of our social media, websites and support us by clicking here. CREDITS: Written, narrated & produced by Michael Park. Music by Mitch Bain. Illustrations by Jamie Mowat.…
Zoe and Claire discuss Tituba of Salem in more detail and then speak to Anna BJÖRG, curator of the Musuem of Witchcraft and Sorcery in Iceland - we find out why it was men that were accused, discuss the modern folklore on elves and we ask - should our national monument be a scottish Musuem of Witchcraft Trials?…
על ידי Rev. Malcolm Macleod
"On the Road to Emmaus". Sermon by Very Rev Dr Susan Brown, formerly of Dornoch Cathedral
In the first episode of a new series, Jenny and Annie have a look at the Battle of Culloden, and the background politics that lead up to it. One of the most mythologised conflicts of all time, we try to piece together why so many raised their weapons to fight for Bonnie Prince Charlie. Now managed by the National Trust, Culloden Battlefield is of h…
על ידי Alasdair MacMillan
The promise that God gives to Abraham begins the restoration of the relationship that had been lost in the garden, the process of divine rescue has begun. It’s a personal promise for Abraham and Sarah – they received a commitment from God, he is committing himself to them, speaking a promise over their lives. There is also a calling on their lives …
Audio extract of video reflection.
Lambing in Lanarkshire, mystery birds galore and the mythical tale of the The Broobyעל ידי BBC Radio Scotland
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.על ידי BBC Radio Scotland
Every year, seabirds gather in their millions across Scotland after migrating from across the globe, and their arrival can signal the first signs of spring. In this episode, NTS Rangers Ciaran Hatsell and Emily Wilkins join Jackie Bird to talk about two great wildlife spectacles.על ידי For the love of Scotland podcast
On 12 March, ahead of the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections, FDF Scotland held a hustings event. This podcast is the third in a three part series featuring highlights from the hustings. In the final part, the candidates answer questions around environmental sustainability and skills challenges. This includes the support needed for the food and dri…
Join Mandy Rhodes, editor of Holyrood Magazine, as she brings you insightful interviews with political players and key figures relevant to the latest goings on in the world of Scottish Politics. With political debate so polarised and people forced into either 'for' or 'against' positions, Mandy Rhodes interviews the former leader of Scottish Labour…
Cameron and Paul catch up to discuss the latest news about International games from 2022 and beyond. We discuss what this means for games in UK, look forward to a trip to Germany and discuss your thoughts and comments on our Wembley vs Spurs Stadium twitter vote. We look at some of the other latest news too including the Falcons coming to London, S…
Edinburgh Rugby suffer a heavy defeat in the Champions Cup to French side Racing 92.על ידי BBC Radio Scotland
Queen Elizabeth I died in the early hours of the 29th of March 1603 having resolutely refused to name an heir, to marry, or to attempt to conceive an heir. It meant the famed Tudor dynasty came to an end in the hands of a pasty-white, red-headed-leader - just like the end of Celtic’s dynasty, except where Elizabeth refused to be pumped Neil Lennon …
In the first episode, Catriona Aldridge and Katie Hume of CMS speak to Emily Rogers and Claire Rampen, founders of Reath, an exciting Edinburgh-based start-up developing digital infrastructure to help organisations transition to the circular economy.על ידי CMS
Sir John Curtice, Ian Montagu, and Claire Elliott review a hectic few weeks in Scottish politics, take a look at where the parties stand going into the 2021 Scottish Parliament election campaign, and discuss the potential impact of Alex Salmond's new pro-independence Alba party upon the makeup of Holyrood in May.…
Teacher Adam Black tells us about being awarded a British Empire Medal for raising awareness of stammering, why his stammer makes him a better teacher, his love of the unpredictability of working in a school, and why his favourite fictional teacher would – you’d hope – never be found in a real school.…