Tommy Sheppard

Scottish Independence Podcast 156 – Thomas Muir Lecture 2017 by Tommy Sheppard

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The 156th episode of The Scottish Independence Podcast features the Thomas Muir lecture for 2017, which was given by Tommy Sheppard MP (who has also been on the show himself).

Hope you enjoy.

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The Scottish Independence Podcast 133 – Tommy Sheppard MP

52o9o9spmj11z9a70y6oeivprwsfjgThe next referendum will be won in the years from now forward, rather than the months running up to it.

For the 133rd episode of The Scottish Independence Podcast, I spoke with Tommy Sheppard, MP for Edinburgh East.

Tommy has been involved in politics in Scotland and the UK for a number of years in a number of different ways and as I’m sure you all know, is now standing to become the Deputy Leader of the SNP.

We talked about Tommy’s earlier political activities and how he arrived at where he is now. We also got on to what, if elected (or even if not), he would like to see change within the SNP.

Finally, as ever with a first-time guest, I asked Tommy why he personally supports Scottish Independence.

Hope you enjoy.

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You can listen online at the spreaker site or you can subscribe with itunes. We can alse be found on youtube and on facebook too.


The Scottish Independence Podcast 85 – Out & About 3

BtnO8S0CcAAj2DyThere are so many Independence and Yes events going on around the country now that it is very hard to keep track of them. MP3s and youtube videos are going up all the time.

The 85th episode of the Scottish Independence Podcast is the third in a series of podcasts under the title Out & About featuring some of the best ones to give you the chance to hear them without searching too far.

Each one will have different speakers, from independent independents, people in the different parties, people in the groups you find at these events and, well, people who’ve had something excellent to say on the matter.

In this third episode the contributions again come from a wide variety of sources.

The first is writer and actor Julia Taudevin and is something a bit different from the majority of indyref material you’re likely to listen to.

The second is Tommy Sheppard, who isn’t just a labour supporter who is now supporting a Yes vote, he is someone who was very high up in the party.

The third is Patrick Harvie, leader of the Scottish Greens, who has been consistently great all the way through the debate.

Last up is Carolyn Leckie explaining the importance of getting a Yes vote by women in Scotland, and the importance of a Yes vote for women

Hope You Enjoy, and tell your friends, family and assorted quadrupeds…

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You can listen to the show online at its web page

Or you can subscribe with itunes

We are also now to be found on youtube