TUESDAY 16 AUGUST – PERTH 6:45pm – 8:15pm at Perth Concert Hall Join …
TUESDAY 16 AUGUST – PERTH
6:45pm – 8:15pm at Perth Concert Hall
Join this protest against the Cost of Union at the Perth Tory leadership hustings, which take place on Tuesday 16 …August. Whoever wins, we lose.
Independence is our right to decide. Now is the time to exercise self determination. The Tories have no mandate to rule in Scotland! Make sure to attend.
An independent Scotland in the EU (or EFTA) will require careful …
An independent Scotland in the EU (or EFTA) will require careful management of our borders, particularly the land border with England. In this episode we listen to some of …the experts who explain the principles of the common travel area, border management and the difference between a border and customs controls. We also chat to our guest Ruth Ritchie who lives in a border community about the practical day to day reality of life on a border.
This episode is part one of two Mibbes Aye Border specials. Part one looks at the practical realities of life on the border, part two will be next month and will zoom in on the various EU/EFTA/EEA options.
We also mention the Indylive Podcast team’s new public chat channel on Discord which you can join here if you would like to chat to any of the Indylive Podcast team or leave us a message: https://t.co/JMbOCXnf7u
Mines's a pint, Einstein – The Science Show, Ep4 – Pulsars with Jocelyn Bell Burnell.
5 Things You May Not Know About Pulsars – A pulsar packs mass of the …
5 Things You May Not Know About Pulsars
– A pulsar packs mass of the sun into the volume of Mount Everest, so a suger-cubed-sized volume weighs as much as the …entire human race.
– The first three pulsars were discovered by Jocelyn Bell when she was a student at Cambridge.
– There have now been three Nobel Prizes for pulsars and none has gone to their discoverer, Jocelyn Bell.
– In a single second, the fastest known pulsar rotates on its axis 716 times.
– When pulsars were discovered, their regular pulses led them to be dubbed LGMs, for Little Green Men.
GUEST: JOCELYN BELL BURNELL
Dame Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell DBE FRS FRSE FRAS FInstP is an astrophysicist from Northern Ireland who, as a postgraduate student, discovered the first radio pulsars in 1967. The discovery eventually earned the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1974; however, she was not one of the prize’s recipients.
ABOUT: Mines’s a pint, Einstein – The Science Show
Wouldn’t it be great if you could get Einstein down the pub and ask him all the questions you’ve ever wanted to ask about life, the Universe and everything? Well, we can’t get Einstein but we can do the next best thing. On Mine’s A Pint, Einstein, we will interview some of the world’s front-rank scientists about the magic of science and give you the chance to post your own questions in the livestream chat for guests. Our host is the award-winning writer and broadcaster Marcus Chown. Formerly a radio astronomer at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, he is the author of best-selling books such as Quantum Theory Cannot Hurt You; Breakthrough and The Ascent of Gravity, which was The Sunday Times Science Book of the Year https://marcuschown.com/
Hibs V Hearts reaction and review of the rest of the Weekend Football
Hibs v Hearts build up with Journalist Barry Anderson
IJ: Radical Tax Reform
What if we could revolutionise the way we finance all our public …
What if we could revolutionise the way we finance all our public services and have enough left to pay a Universal Basic Income without paying income tax, council tax, National …Insurance or VAT?
Our guest this week on the Indy Jigsaw Show is Graeme McCormick. Graeme thinks he has found a way to create a fairer society with wellbeing at its heart by introducing a charge on Annual Ground and Roof Rent.
SCOTONOMICS Ep 43: Colonialism and the birth of Scotland's modern economy
With the help of Professor Gurminder K Bhambra, Professor of …
With the help of Professor Gurminder K Bhambra, Professor of Postcolonial and Decolonial Studies in the Department of International Relations and the Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange in the …School of Global Studies, the University of Sussex we explore the role of colonialism and the empire in the creation of the modern Scottish economy.
And Gurminder’s fantastic paper:
Colonial global economy: towards a theoretical reorientation of political economy[+] Show More
Climate Camp Scotland – Rising Clyde 6
Rising Clyde Ep6: In this month’s Rising Clyde, we’ll be talking to …
Rising Clyde Ep6:
In this month’s Rising Clyde, we’ll be talking to some of those taking part in Climate Camp Scotland, one of the most important climate movement events of …the year. Live from the camp near Aberdeen.[+] Show More
The Scottish Food Show – Ep10 Outside cooking with Salade Fife & Gazpacho.
Wendy is outdoors creating two wonderful dishes Salade Fife & …
Wendy is outdoors creating two wonderful dishes Salade Fife & Gazpacho.
AUOB March for Independence- For a Nuclear Free Scotland
PROCESSION ROUTE: Assemble at and proceed North from the junction with …
PROCESSION ROUTE: Assemble at and proceed North from the junction with the Briars – on the verge/footpath on the East of the A814 to the crossing point, then on the …A814 to the U266 Maidstone Road, and onwards to the South Gate for the Rally.