The Go Cart Murder

It is 1923 and if this wall could talk... -- -- -- -- -- -- -- CREDITS This episode was written and produced by Michael Park for Be Quiet Media. The ...View Details

It is 1918. As ships sail up the Clyde bringing soldiers home for leave in the final months of the First World War, soldiers step onto home soil for ...View Details

The Greatest Conman

It is 1822 and you are about to meet a man who will destroy everything you thought you knew about the world. You're about to meet Gregor MacGregor.

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Support our new Patreon by clicking here! We'd really appreciate it - we think you're great. It's almost Burns Night so brush up on your Bard by getti...View Details

The Secret Santa

A little Christmas story to warm your soul on a cold winter's day. Sorry if you were expecting something darker. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- CREDITS This epi...View Details

Riot Act (Redux)

It is 1919. Troops are on the streets of Glasgow to quell a Communist uprising. What happened? The Riot Act happened. This episode is a retelling of o...View Details

The Resurrectionists

It is 1828 and medical science is advancing fast, but the best way to learn about anatomy is to see it in the flesh. That's where the Resurrectionists...View Details

The Darién Scheme

  It is 1698. Desperate times call for desperate measures: and to save themselves from a full union with England, the Scottish Government is willing t...View Details

Close to the Sun

The story of two pioneers of flight. One an Italian who lived in Scotland, one a Scotsman who lived in Italy. That's about as similar as these stories...View Details

Come with us as we tell you the forgotten story of the Invisible Poet of Cremorne Gardens. This story might take place in London (mostly), but its sub...View Details

Taking Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle has been at the heart of Scotland for centuries, but what do you do when someone takes it from you? Close your eyes and take a trip t...View Details

Mrs Barbour’s Army

Meet Mary Barbour, the woman who took on Glasgow's First World War slumlords and played an invaluable role in the history of modern Scotland. -- -- --...View Details

You Win Or You Die

Whether you liked or loathed the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones, you’ll love this trip back into Scottish history, telling the story of two hor...View Details

Black Death (Part 2)

A nightmare has descended upon Edinburgh. The great plague, the Black Death, has returned and there is nothing anyone can do to stop it... -- -- -- --...View Details

Black Death (Part 1)

The Bubonic Plague has arrived in Scotland. Not among the squalor of a medieval village, but on the streets of Victorian Glasgow. Where has it come fr...View Details

Third Degree Burns

Robert Burns was one of the great poets of his age, a Scottish hero, our national Bard and the toast of high society throughout his short career. This...View Details

Tam o’ Shanter

Since Burns Night is coming up soon: meet Tam o' Shanter - one of Robert Burns' most famous creations - as he rides from Ayr through Alloway and meets...View Details

We Eat People

Scottish history is full of stories of bloodthirsty characters... but are they any more than just characters? Let's meet a couple and find out.   CRED...View Details

Riot Act

It is 1919. Troops are on the streets of Glasgow to quell a Communist uprising. What happened? The Riot Act happened. CREDITS The Voice of the Riot Ac...View Details

This is Scotland. A podcast where we take you on a journey into Scottish history and tell the stories of the people and places who make us who we are....View Details

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