Musicians in London We chat with Mairi Warren and Christina McNeill from Edinburgh whose love of music has taken them to London to work with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Along the way, we cover Kung Fu, Independence and Pole dancing. Obs You can find out more about the London Philharmonic Orchestra here. If you [...]
We catch up with entrepreneur and head brewer, Calum Bennett at Loomshed Brewery Hi Calum, tell us why you think Harris needs a brewery? Personally, I think everywhere should have a local brewery, it makes for a much more interesting beer scene, increases consumer choice, increases local employment and is environmentally better than importing beer. [...]
In this episode of London Scots Emma gives us her active take on London and we find out what are the best Lidls in town. Sorry, that should be 'Lidos'. You can find the previous podcast here You can find out more about London's Lidos here If you are a London Scot and you [...]
What is #TartanFriday ? #TartanFriday puts a different spin on the orgy of consumption. Sure, we love stuff too and we're fond of a bargain, however, we think it's all got out of hand. We've got too much stuff, we haven't got room to keep, we chuck it out and then buy more. Take a [...]
Forget Blue Monday: celebrate as the Beloved Bard would have wanted - Burns Night London January for many is a depressing month – the festive celebrations are over, payday is a long way off and another year has passed with things left undone. To shake off those January blues, Ceilidh Club London is holding a [...]
Halloween - Robert Burns - Best read aloud Upon that night, when fairies light On Cassilis Downans dance, Or owre the lays, in splendid blaze, On sprightly coursers prance; Or for Colean the rout is ta'en, Beneath the moon's pale beams; There, up the Cove,to stray an' rove, Amang the rocks and streams To sport [...]
In episode 2 of London Scots - Jack talks about life as a student. Warning: adult joke, references to alcohol (quite a few actually) and dodgy editing. Nice shout out for Koko
In our first episode Dave gives us the run down on his London musical life and how he uses London as the gateway to the world. Excuse the slightly dodgy editing - I wasn't that rude in interrupting him.....