One woman’s exploration of the question: what is folk music anyway? Carolyn Scott details her troubles in finding a definition for Scottish folk music that actually fits.
What does it mean when there’s no one on TV or in films that really looks like you? When you can’t find a character to relate to does it make you an outcast, a stranger or “not allowed”?
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Our in-house podcast fanatic, Rachel Mackie, gives a rundown of what’s new and what’s hot in the land of podcasts.
When the 2016 junior doctors’ dispute kicked off one former doctor-turned-scriptwriter armed himself with a pen.
Now Adam Kay’s debut book is set to be adapted into a major eight-part BBC comedy-drama exploring the secret diaries of a junior doctor.
Self-driving trucks, automated checkouts, delivery drones, entire factories run by a workforce of robots. This is the new industrial revolution – but will robots force us to consider new economic models and to be… more human?
If for one day you ruled the world and could bring in any one change to be adopted by every nation, what would it be? In our first edition, we hear from Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Dr Katrina Burton is an accomplished composer who takes inspiration from the visual arts, particularly architecture. But, unlike many who would approach site-specific compositions through working with the acoustics of a room, Katrina takes a different approach…