On this episode of Ungagged we are talking about moving forward and making progress.
We'll be hearing from Red Raiph on his thoughts on following the 2014 Scottish referendum, and how he moved on following the result, Victoria Pearson will be talking about why we haven't yet moved on from having the same old dry and dusty debates, and Em Dehaney will be discussing The Handmaid's Tale, and why it isn't so far from reality.
We couldn't let events in Catalonia go unremarkable upon, particularly as there seems to be a wall of silence on the issue, so John Andrew Hird will be getting us up to date on the ongoing situation, and we'll be having a self determination themed poem from Debra Torrance, Catalan to Cambuslang.
We'll also have Chuck Hamilton talking about the evolving narratives in the bible, Catriona Stevenson discussing her part in the Scottish Independence movement, Joe Solo on the We Shall overcome event, Neil Scott asks where the Independence butterflies have flown off to, and Heiko Khoo tells us all about how Warner Brothers are trying to stop the Karl Marx walking tour from stopping outside Karl Marx's house.
Ola’s Kool Kitchen will be chatting with Zia Mcabe of the Dandy Warhols and Derek Stewart Macpherson will be interviewing his daughter in the first of a four part series.
With music from The Argonauts, Steve White and the Protest Family, Parasite Core, Salvation Jayne, Hands of Blue, Thee Faction, Jackal Trades, Petrol Girls, Joe Solo
James King and the Lone Wolves and The Babel Fish Project.
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