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The Tele sports team debate Scottish football with a heavy east coast bias.
The Courier’s football podcast, with a special focus on the Dundee clubs and St Johnstone
Household tips from the 1950s – often funny, sometimes delightfully dated and dubious, occasionally even useful! Always fascinating.
Insight and analysis with a Scottish focus from political commentators from The Courier, The Press & Journal, the Evening Telegraph and the Evening Express.
The fruit and veg gardening podcast from Grow Your Own magazine that celebrates the failures on your allotment as much as the successes!
The official podcast of bunkered.co.uk Join us every week as Michael McEwan, Bryce Ritchie and guests discuss the latest big talking points from across the game. If you like plenty of opinions and absolutely zero fluff, this is the golf podcast you’ve been waiting for.
Each episode, we’ll take a look back through over 150 years of fabulous fiction in “The People’s Friend” to pick out a story to read — and then we’ll get together for a wee chat about it. Make yourself a cup of tea, pull up a chair, and come join us.
In each of our episodes, you’ll join one of our celebrity friends who will take you with them on one of their favourite walks, sharing their wellness journeys as they go. Expect to hear about little tricks, big life lessons and perhaps a few secrets that have made all the difference to their health and happiness. So, why walking, we hear you ask? Well, we know from Public Health England that 50% of women are not active enough for good health. Yet just a 20-minute walk a day has an incredible effect on wellness. It can lower the risk of depression and heart disease, while also boosting memory and alertness. It really is the wonder drug that holds the power to change lives – and we think it’s about time you knew about it. Our campaign, Walk To Wellbeing, is here to empower you to take control of your health, one step at a time. We’ve created this podcast so that every episode is perfectly shaped for you to listen to whenever you step out your front door. So wherever you are in the world, or whatever headspace you’re in, someone is always waiting to head out on a gentle stroll with you. Our goal is to inspire you to pull on those trainers, soak up the benefits of getting active outside, and learn a few tips to help you feel great every single day. Share photos of your walks via the hashtag #walktowellbeing and tag us @myhealthandwellbeing on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – we’d love to see them. And for even more ideas and advice, visit healthwellbeing.com.
My Weekly’s Magical Flying Bookshop lands wherever you find yourself, and when you step through the virtual front door you‘ll find some of your favourite authors all ready to read you a story, share their book recommendations, and answer your questions. Come on in – make yourself comfy!
Sustainable Growth Out Loud is the fortnightly podcast from the team behind Sustainable Growth Voice. We go beyond the headlines to shine a light on sustainable innovation, technology and policy that enables the changes we need on the energy and net zero transition. For more, visit sgvoice.net.
Hunting Mr X is a true crime podcast that reveals the unbelievable story behind the biggest drugs importation in Scottish history - and the man who masterminded it all, Julian Chisholm, aka Mr X. In 1990, the former North Sea diver, along with a group of unlikely Scots, made a deal with the Cali Cartel to import £100 million of uncut cocaine into the north-west of Scotland. In this new five-part series we take you inside Julian Chisholm’s criminal enterprise that spanned the globe. The series also hears from those involved in the huge law enforcement operation to bring him to justice and reveals how Chisholm formed links with one of Europe’s most feared gangsters while in jail before mounting a daring prison escape. Hunting Mr X is a podcast produced by DC Thomson newspaper titles The Press and Journal and The Courier.
There is no shortage of content for women balancing parenting with a career. Ditto for those caring for a child with a disability. But what about the women doing both? The SEN Mums’ Career Club is a place for women raising children with complex and additional needs to find support and inspiration from fellow mums who are also endlessly juggling hospital appointments, DLA forms and EHCP reviews with climbing the career ladder. Every week, journalist and SEN mum Leisa Millar speaks to women in fascinating and diverse roles – from medicine to law, PR to business – to find out how they make work work for them in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. Look out for a new episode every Wednesday.