We chat with Blanche, a resident in London for 7 years, about life and the many sides to her work - voice-over artist, actor, writer and filmmaker. And we find out why the Jelly Baby went to school. You can find out more about Blanche here If you want to hear more podcasts check out [...]
Our second season continues with Rab Young who talks about his love of Big cities, the Outer Hebrides and Whisky tasting London. You can find out more about Rab's pop up whisky bar here If you are interested in getting together with other like-minded souls and tasting some whisky, then sign up to our whisky [...]
We chat with musician, novelist and playwright Colin MacIntyre (Mull Historical Society) about growing up in Mull and moving to London via Glasgow. Find out how to use the London tube for creativity and the importance of hearing a seagull on the banks of the Thames. There's also an update on the Mishnish and a [...]
We talk Edinburgh, St. Andrew's and the joys of Portobello Road as Alice Hopkins gives us her take on the first year in London If you are looking to bring a group along to the Ceilidh Club then drop us a line and we'll sort out a discount code. More info on dates here Or [...]
In this episode of London Scots Emma gives us her active take on London Lidls, sorry London Lidos as we find out about being active in the capital. You can find the previous podcast here You can find out more about London Lidos here If you are a London Scot and you would like [...]
We talk Brixton, Brexit and Vodka with fashion graduate Hannah Louise Brownlie. Tattie Scones get a look in too. The lovely music is curtesy of Licence to Ceilidh.
David travels from Dalkeith to London (via Glasgow and Edinburgh) and lets us know what it is like to work in heritage. We get some great insider tips on where to go as well a decent place to go for a (pricey) drink in Highgate. The lovely music is provided by Licence to Ceilidh.
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
London Scots are everywhere Golf Club, Charities, Restaurants, Monuments and Ceilidhs (!) - we review some of the more prominent sites, organisations and businesses that concern London Scots. Charities There are two charities specifically to help out London Scots: Borderline and Scots Care. Borderline's goal is to help first and second generation Scots find a [...]