Haud Yer Weesht: It’s the First Scots Whay Hae! Podcast…

They say good things come to those who wait, but so does the Scots Whay Hae! podcast. The first edition is now available for your listening pleasure, and you can subscribe at itunes or by RSS by clicking the links to the right of this post or even these ones right here:
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What it’s all about? Well it is going to be a collection of chats about the kind of things that Scots Whay Hae! has dealt with over the last two years. Forthcoming attractions include rammies about the top five Scottish films of all time, the top five Scottish novels of all time and, in an exciting and unexpected twist, the top five Scottish albums of all time.

Looking further ahead podcasts will have interviews with only the most special of guests, all of whom say they are willing to talk Scottish cultural gubbins for 40 minutes or more for a half a lager and some magic beans. The inaugral episode has Chris Ward and Alistair Braidwood picking their favourite films, books, TV programmes and music of the last 12 months and arguing the toss about it. Put simply, it’s two men talking about the stuff they always talk about when they meet up, but this time with sound guru Ian Gregson recording it. I hope you’ll like what we’ve done. If so come back in a few weeks time to see just how many Bill Forsyth films I’ve managed to sneek into the top five Scottish films.

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