Ungagged Podcast

The Privilege Course

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean On this privilege themed Ungagged, introduced by Neil Anderson, we will be hearing from Steve McAuliffe, who will be talking about islamophobia, George Collins will be talking with ethnomusicologist and African religious scholar Javoen Byrd about Christian privilege in the United States and the suppression of African spiritual practices in times of […]

Ungagged Bands

The Twisted Melons

  A vastly experienced live act with over 500 shows under their belts, The Twisted Melons (Paul Johnson – Lead Guitar and Vocals, Stephen Johnson – Bass and Backing Vocals, Mark Johnson – Drums and Backing Vocals) are one of the west of Scotland’s best kept secrets, playing live relentlessly in small venues throughout the […]

Ungagged Team

Erin Slavern

Erin is a 21 year old politics student from Glasgow. Erin has been engaged in feminist politics for a number of years through participation with Rape Crisis’ young activists group “STAMP” which aims to tackle gender stereotypes. She volunteers as a support worker for survivors of sexual abuse, and was shortlisted for a Write to […]

Ungagged Podcast

Left Life Hacks – For A Better Us!

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean   This episode, introduced by Victoria Pearson, the Ungagged Collective are (mostly) talking Left Life Hacks. We’ll be hearing from Chuck Hamilton, with a follow up to his last piece, talking about the Egyptian Revolution, and why the poor are blamed for their poverty,  George Collins will be talking about Direct democracy […]