The Second of our Election Day Specials hosted by David Greig. Our guests who are battling it out a previous manifesto to be be crowned our winning Two Minute Manifesto are: Joe Douglas (Artistic Director of Dundee Rep) championing the idea that all adults have to visit a care home for one day each year, and Orla O'Loughing (Artistic Director of the Traverse theatre) with Universal childcare.
We are also joined by Christopher Silver (Author), Harry Giles (Poet), Chrissy Barnicle (Musician) and Naomi McAullife (Amnesty International Scotland).
The first of our Scottish Election Day Specials. David Greig is joined by guests; Peter Arnott (Writer), Naomi McAuliffe (Amnesty International Scotland), Rachel Amey (Poet) and Scott Hames (Acaedmic in Scottish literature and cultural politics). Our music for the show is from House of Plywood.
Peter and Naomi champion 2 ideas which have previously been voted for by our audiences; Replacing GDP with girls cycling to school and a Gender Equality Bill. They go head to head in a battle to decide which idea will make it through to our evening show and be announced our final Two Minute Manifesto.
The first of the April extras from the Two Minute Manifesto team features a fruitful discussion about the launch of Eye Witness Scotland, Scottish media, creative funding, a whole lot more and of course ... dogs!
Two Minute Manifesto is back in 2016 with a nation-wide tour of Scotland. We'll be heading to various locations across the country to source some of the best ideas we can lay our hands on. First up, we're sharing a show we recorded in October at the Wigtown Book Festival, where we talked immigration, sustainability and a whole lot more with the help of Galloway's finest.