Some of Scotland's finest new spoken word talent.
Lockdown's been tough, but what are you going to do when it's aw done?
Push the World Away is a poem by Erin May Kelly about life in lockdown.
"You don't owe anyone anything, so choose yourself".
"Here, you can be you, and I can be me"
The struggles of getting a haircut as a non-binary person.
A spoken word piece about the experience of queer love.
"Speak up and reach out - let's put intimidating behaviour in its place"
If you have to pry love from someone’s hands, you should save your strength.
Nothing beats Hogmanay in Scotland!
What does Christmas mean to you? Spoken word piece with Sarah MacGillivray.
Spoken word piece about the downsides of social media and the 'addiction' users can form.
Spoken word piece about mental health awareness with Martin O'Neil.
Spoken word piece with Sarah MacGillivray, who challenges the stereotype of an ‘old hag'.
Noor Sabha explains what anxiety and panic attacks feel like for her.
There's a whole world under the sea.
"I imagine what it must be like to always know the way."
Being a Celtic fan from yer da's point of view.
"These aren't just scars, these are times I survived."
When you hear the words ""homeless unit"" don't assume the worst.
Speak to someone you don't agree with and the world could change.
Glasgow poet April Hill recites her poem ‘Rain’ about the rain, love, kindness and nature.
We’re history makers, record breakers, and we're off to the FIFA Women's World Cup!
Pick up the phone or visit a friend!
We're filling landfills with stuff we haven't worn in ages.