On the day that Theresa May finally triggered article 50 we , inevitably, focus on this.
What is Nicola Sturgeon's "cunning plan"? Is Scotland merely Maidenhead, no offence to Maidenhead, in May's Brexit strategy?
Lesley recovers from her appearance on "Call Kaye" and reflects on what, if anything, the BBC has learned from its coverage of Indyref1.
As the Scottish Labour Party takes a leaf out of my favourite time traveller's book, Sam Beckett if you're interested but others are available, and returns to 1979, I crack the myth of the SNP ushering in Thatcherism.
The almost under the radar Scottish local elections round up this episode but not before I display my linguistic, or otherwise skills.
I should have said Tam Biet by the way. You're going to have to listen now, if only to figure out what the ruddy heck I'm on about.
We return to home base this week and for Lesley it's all the B's.
Belfast, Brexit, borders, boring , and baltic as she runs through her recent travels.
There are reflections on the life and legacy of Martin McGuinness. The futures post Brexit of Ireland, north and south, and the implications for Scotland. That Section 30 debate in Holyrood and the indyref2 campaign.
I kick in with GERS and possibly the Gers lowering the tone with my well crafted "jokes".