smallVOICE podcast – August 2020

We’re still safely recording via the interweb, and hope you are all keeping safe too, perhaps enjoying post-lockdown, or back-into-lockdown-just-a-bit, or in full post-apocalypse hysteria… We are a safe space for you all. This month in our Media Review, we review the new novel Scabby Queen by Kirstin Innes, while Margaret speaks to writer and broadcaster Andrew Graystone about ‘tiny acts of rebellion’ for another of our small voices of the month. On the music front, we bring you a couple of specially-recorded songs from folk and Americana duo Two Far Flung and also Orcadian folk musician Aidan Moodie … And we round things off with our Moral Mixdown when we look at what might be considered inflammatory in the light of the new Scottish Government Hate Crime Bill.

Presented by Darren, Anne and Holly, with ‘small voice’ feature report by Margaret.

Recorded remotely on Thursday 13 August 2020. Duration: 62’25

Theme music by Nicolai Heidlas

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