Interviews and features from Good Morning Scotland
There's a pilot episode, so will it be re-commissioned? Plus the man who voiced Thatcher.
Douglas Fraser speaks to Kevin Sneader from McKinsey & Company
Where now for the Prime Minister Boris Johnson?
GMS spoke to the First Minister about Brexit and the prospect of a no deal departure
GMS presenter Gillian Marles speaks to Sir Hilary Beckles
Dorothy Byrne gave the McTaggart lecture at the Edinburgh TV festival last night
Scotland’s Chief Inspector of Prisons Wendy Sinclair-Gieben speaks to GMS
Good Morning Scotland spoke to the SNP’s leader at Westminster Ian Blackford
GMS spoke to the Shadow Scotland Office Minister, Labour MP, Paul Sweeney
People who contracted HIV and hepatitis say it is the worst scandal in NHS history.
Douglas Fraser interviews Dame Susan Rice
Libya’s government is considering closing all migrant detention centres
Gary Robertson pushes Amber Rudd on the five week wait for Universal Credit
Gary Robertson tries to get straight answers from Colin Clark and Alberto Costa
Stephen Kerr spoke to Good Morning Scotland. Image © UK Parliament
Ian Blackford spoke to Good Morning Scotland. Image © House of Commons/PA Wire
Westminster leader of the SNP Ian Blackford spoke to Good Morning Scotland.
The Scottish Secretary David Mundell spoke to Good Morning Scotland
GMS spoke to two Conservatives; Stephen Kerr (for PMs deal) and Douglas Ross (against)
Scottish Labour’s Laird told GMS she thought extending Article 50 was “an inevitability”
Liberal Democrat Alistair Carmichael repeated his call for another referendum on Europe.
Paul Masterton told GMS some of his colleagues were “playing games” with the vote.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell spoke to Good Morning Scotland ahead of Brexit vote