Ungagged Podcast

Progress?

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean On this episode of Ungagged, edited by Neil Scott, with assistance from Neil Anderson, we are talking about moving forward and making progress. We’ll be hearing from Red Raiph on his thoughts on following the 2014 Scottish referendum, and how he moved on following the result, Victoria Pearson will be talking about why […]

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Peace People

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean This time on Ungagged we wanted to talk about Peace People, but we nearly didn’t manage it. The Ungagged team has been plagued with illness and injury and sudden busyness, and we were beginning to think this was the cursed pod. We got there in the end though, and we hope it […]

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Small Acts of Resistance

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean Summer and the time is right for dancing in the street… and getting wet. And protesting the most socially right wing Government since the last one, supported by the bigoted DUP. Having said that, one small act of resistance at the ballot box has saved many a fox… and perhaps hopefully changed […]

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GE2017: Kick Out The Tories

  Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean On this Pre-Election special, we’ll have Derek Stewart Macpherson with the first part of his Spin Cycle series, John McHarg talking about voter choice, Richie Venton on the choices socialists are facing in this election, and we’ll be hearing from Nick Durie about how this election proves the YES […]

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The Bard and the Bastirts…

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean On our Burns themed podcast: Max Newland on the anti-Trump protests in Idaho, his fears and the difficulties in reaching those who are supporting Trump and working together to create a better politics. Victoria Pearson on the political gobbledegook doublespeak now legitimised by May’s Brexit and Trump. Chuck Hamilton […]

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Ex Manus Capere

Listen here, Or… Download FREE on Podbean and itunes In this episode Debra Torrance talks about what emancipation means to her, Matt Geraghty asks if democracy in the UK and USA is a punch in the face or a kick in the shins, and Ruth McAteer speaks about independence for disabled people. With Victoria Pearson talking […]