Wee Ginger Dugcast, Friday 22 Feb

In this week’s dugcast, Callum Baird (editor of The National) and I discuss the BBC and its audience selections, the report of the Dug’s death being somewhat exaggerated, sectarianism in Scotland and its roots in British nationalism, and the defections from Labour and the Tories at Westminster and how the new grouping is going to get far more invites to appear on Question Time than the SNP will.


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5 comments on “Wee Ginger Dugcast, Friday 22 Feb

  1. […] Wee Ginger Dug Wee Ginger Dugcast, Friday 22 Feb In this week’s dugcast, Callum Baird (editor of The National) and I discuss the BBC […]

  2. Stan Wilson says:

    Really enjoy your wee ginger dugcasts, brilliant.
    Long may they run.

  3. NORMA Strachan says:

    It’s unfortunate articles like this are written to exclude a broader population from understanding the issues. As an individual who has friends and family who experienced all of this history growing up Catholic in Scotland in the 40’s, I strive to understand am fortunate to have discussions with my relatives that validate this perspective. But the prose is so full of baggage and internal language, I struggled to follow it. A missed opportunity for too many.

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