Aye Right Radio videocast 261 podcast 18 S3. Worst Excess Deaths in 129 yrs

Worst Excess Deaths in 129 yrs

That’s fake news broadcast by BBC Scotland BTW…

  • Deputy FM John Swinney held the Covid press briefing supported by NCD Jason Leitch…The game was ‘let’s compare vaccinations with England” and make ScotGov look bad on the day the UK death rate reached another awful peak…
  • From the past came a poll about a prosecution of former PM Tony Blair…
  • Alex Salmond’s former Chief of Staff, Geoff Aberdein, has been barred from giving evidence of a conspiracy against his boss to the Holyrood inquiry…
  • Nicola Sturgeon is England’s favourite political leader…Who knew?…
  • Lesley Riddoch analyses the detail in the latest poll by Scot Goes Pop…
  • We all have a go at the threat to free speech from the woke division.
Opinions by Jimmy Hutton, Norrie Stewart, Stewart Lochhead, Phil Attridge

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Worst Excess Deaths in 129 yrs

Aye Right Radio videocast 253 podcast 10 S3. Footy, Fish and Fascism

 Footy, Fish and Fascism  

  • The Covid briefing report is upbeat.  Current figures for Scotland have plateaued.  Future lockdown rules could include closing food take-aways plus click and collect.  ‘Stay at Home and don’t go out to socialise’ is the message from the FM.  People are also going out to ‘promenade’ says Stewart.  
  • FM Sturgeon continues to receive support in the latest surveys.  The food replacement for a £30 voucher gets roasted as does MSP Michelle Ballantyne who has abandoned the Tories for Nigel Farage’s latest fascist party.  
  • Our latest opinions about the Salmond affair come at the end of the show.
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart, Jimmy Hutton, Phil Attridge

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Footy, Fish and Fascism

Aye Right Radio videocast 251 podcast 8 S3. Critical Response to Covid

Critical Response to Covid 

  • The Sunday morning political TV shows get reviewed. Linsey Bews hosted BBC’s Politics Scotland with guests Professor Steve Reicher and DFM John Swinney. We also cover Ridge and Marr as usual.  
  • We have a serious debate following the publication of evidence prepared by Alex Salmond for the James Hamilton inquiry. Hamilton is responding to FM Nicola Sturgeon after she ‘reported’ herself about whether she misled Parliament over meetings with Salmond in 2018.  
  • Possible delays to the Holyrood 2021 General Election come up and also Council elections in England.
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart, Phil Attridge, Jimmy Hutton

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Critical Response to Covid

Aye Right Radio videocast 250 podcast 7 S3. Mark Hirst is Innocent

Mark Hirst is Innocent  

  • It was a busy Friday press briefing.   In our review we cover the disturbing numbers in hospital and the high death rate.   We discover that it’s anti-virus anti-bodies that matter and not who makes the vaccination.   Teachers and police officers will not jump the vaccination queue.   The FM is in total command as per usual.  
  • We discuss another ill-informed piece in the New Statesman about Gordon Brown and DEVO, this time by Chris Deerin
  • Joanna Cherry reminds us of historical precedent as the SNP head to a National Assembly that will discuss “the tactics and strategy on the route from here to Independence Day”.  
  • Mark Hirst has been acquitted of the politically inspired charge in relation to the Alex Salmond affair. 
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart, Jimmy Hutton

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Mark Hirst is Innocent

Aye Right Radio videocast 246 podcast 3 S3. Tazer the Weans

Tazer the Weans  

  • Don’t miss a five star rammie about Nicola Sturgeon in the second half of the show.  
  • We begin by reviewing the new Covid regulations outlined by FM Sturgeon.  Few surprises.  
  • There’s a brief summary of the political headlines from a Scottish viewpoint including Assange and Trump.  
  • Iain Lawson,  James Kelly and Peter A Bell all post thought provoking articles which we like.
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Phil Attridge, Jimmy Hutton, Norrie Stewart

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Tazer the Weans

Aye Right Radio videocast 239 podcast 299. Foxhunting Galloway

Foxhunting Galloway  

  • Phil Attridge rejoins the gang today.   
  • We offer advice to the SNP on the Brexit Deal vote in Westminster this week.  
  • Keir Starmer gets another roasting.  
  • We wonder when the rows over the Brexit Deal facts will start.  
  • Further developments are expected when Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon appear before the Harassment Inquiry next month. 
  • We speculate on the political future of Andy Wightman and for the Greens in Scotland.  
  • Foxhunting and George Galloway finish the show. 
Opinions by Norrie Stewart, Phil Attridge, Stewart Lochhead and Jimmy Hutton

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Foxhunting Galloway

Aye Right Radio videocast 232 podcast 292. Legacy FMQs Review 09/05/2013

Legacy FMQs Review 09/05/2013

  • Featuring the legendary Alex Grant plus Stewart Lochhead and Norrie Stewart reviewing a typical Alex Salmond FMQs with Joanna Lamont, Ruth Davidson, Willie Rennie and Patrick Harvie.  
  • Neil Findlay, Margo McDonald and the un-named Presiding Officer also feature in a period when Sec 30 was under discussion and support for Independence was peaking around 30%+. 
Opinions by Alex Grant, Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart

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Legacy FMQs Review 09/05/2013

Aye Right Radio videocast 213 podcast 273. The Good the Bad and the Wokey

The Good the Bad and the Wokey

  • The ‘SNP Goodguys’ and the woke contingent make an entrance today after a short Covid press briefing report.
  • The SNP Conference dominates the show plus a fringe event– The ‘Scottish Currency Group Conference’ which will discuss popular motions pushed aside by the SNP organisers.
  • Also mentioned are Matt Hancock, Nicola Sturgeon, Alex Salmond, Joanna Cherry, Iain Lawson, Robin McAlpine, Boris Johnson.

Audio podcast 273.

Aye Right Radio videocast 193 podcast 253. American Election Day

American Election Day

The FM faced a cosy Holyrood committee on Covid before meeting the press today…Mass testing, regional issues and travel restrictions dominated both.

The release by lawyers for Alex Salmond of 150 pages of crucial documents to the Holyrood Inquiry gets Stewart going.

Norry completes the show with an in depth analysis of the US presidential election….

Audio podcast 253.