This week sees the last episode of Referendum TV and Lesley reflects on some of the highlights and unexpected aspects of working with fellow journalists and presenters. There’s been a full range of new voices in this exciting new venture.
We also manage to squeeze in Scotland’s visibility as described in the Sunday Post. We also report on the street market that was ‘ Leith Says Aye’ Sarah Beattie Smith of the Green Party steps in to explain the idea of a ‘Citizen’s Income’ . Lesley reflects on George Foulkes explaining Lords Reform, expresses her solidarity with Otters For Yes and reviews the National Theatres’ production of the ‘James’ trilogy.
We touch on the West Midlands Police Commissioner by-election and more besides. Finally, before the next big ‘Salmond versus Darling’ debate; we tell you what the result is- this is a spoiler alert. Now you don't have to watch it - we've done it for you. All for less than you would have to pay to watch Eastenders in an independent Scotland.