For the 37th For A' That podcast, Andrew and I were joined by Natalie McGarry and Rev Stu Campbell from the Wings Over Scotland site.
The first topic up was the recent problems surrounding the allocation of contracts for shipbuilding in Glasgow and/or Portsmouth. Ian Davidson's remarkable performances were discussed, as were the different narratives the story was run with depending whether you were north or south of the Tweed.
Second was the continuing travails of Johann Lamont. Where does she go from here? More to the point, where has she actually been going up to now?
The constitution of an Independent Scotland is obviously an important issue we're going to have a look at. What should be in what should be out? What are the dangers of basing it too much on the politics of today? Why shouldn't economic rights be in there? Finally, why are the dangers in holding certain other places up as examples.
The last topic was the poppy. Do the public necessarily go along with the examples being set by media and politicians alike? Are there dangers in the way remembrance services are currently portrayed?
Deep fried mars bars and Prince Philip also get a look in.
Hope you enjoy...