TNT Show

TNT Show - The Nation Talks, an online show that informs, educates & entertains.

ON BREAK. We will be back on Wed July 26th with guest Sava Qadir.


The TNT Show is a weekly online chat show. It’s guests are mainly from Scotland and come from all walks of life from politicians to musicians, lawyers to scientists. They have interviewed people like the actor Brian Cox, musician Eddi Reader and scientist Marcus Chown. John also takes questions from viewers for the guest.

They have nearly done over 100 shows and are going strong.


The host of the show, John Drummond is an author and journalist. He has written for The Times and the Financial Times, and he presently contributes a Column for the Sunday National. Not one to shrink from a challenge, he has also written two books on business ethics. 

John believes that the Scottish people are sovereign, and that the foundation of an effective state rests on a written, codified constitution, approved by the people.

Watch upcoming & previous TNT Shows.

TNT Show, Ep 149. With Stephen Noon.

Stephen Noon became engaged in politics after the 1992 election, first through the cross-party group Scotland United and then the SNP. He began working for the independence movement in 1994, ...with a year in the constituency office of Alex Salmond MP in Peterhead. This was followed by various roles in the House of Commons and Scottish Parliament, the SNP and Scottish Government, with a focus on policy and message development, including responsibility for drafting the SNP manifestoes for the 2007 and 2011 Scottish elections. He was Chief Strategist for Yes Scotland, the official pro-independence campaign for the 2014 referendum.

Stephen was then a member of the Society of Jesus (a Jesuit) for seven years, which involved periods of both work and studies in England and Canada. After returning to Scotland in 2022, be began a PhD at the University of Edinburgh, looking at political culture in Scotland with a focus on the promise of ‘new politics’ which came with the creation of the Scottish Parliament 25 years ago.

In addition to the studies, he also works part-time in two roles. First, as part of the Public Affairs team for Weber Shandwick in Scotland and, second, as a Research Associate at the new Centre for Public Policy at the University of Glasgow, with a focus on constitutional policy.

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