In the final part of our interview, journalist Alex Massie, who has been writing for the Spectator and the Scotsman about the Scottish referendum, reveals his opinions on what will happen if there’s a Yes or No vote. He also addresses accusations of media bias regarding coverage of campaigning for the Scottish independence vote.
In a clip from our upcoming feature at the Festival of the Common Weal, Robin McAlpine asks people of Scotland “are you feart, or are you ready?”
In the second part of our interview, journalist Alex Massie, who has been writing for the Spectator and the Scotsman about the Scottish referendum, on whether the grassroots movement has really made a difference to the campaigns – whether Yes has really been the more positive of the two sides.
Journalist Alex Massie, who has been writing for the Spectator and the Scotsman about the Scottish referendum, discusses the current political situation in the run-up to the vote – and whether much has really changed in terms of which side is likely to win.
We met up with the Better Together presence in Aberdeen in city centre, where campaigners promoting their message in conditions that you might not exactly call summery.
Our video about pro-independence art exhibition Aye Inspired, organised by artists Gillian Martin and Lindsay Allardyce, which launched in Aberdeen and is touring Scotland as part of Yestival.
Sunday June 29, 2014 – Not one of our ‘proper’ portraits, but we were at the Royal Highland Show at the weekend, and talked to Farming For Yes and Rural Together about the future of Scottish agriculture – and why the result of the referendum could have a ‘devastating’ impact. Find it on Medium, or watch the video below: