The cure for heart disease could be delivered in a pill. In the breakthrough story we’ve been following this week – also discussed in our weekly round-up, this one’s going to be good.
This week’s TV news, meanwhile, has been a mixed bag – among the more enjoyable was Mark Malloch Brown talking about his meetings with Tony Blair.
And I’ve grown fond of this back-talking verdict on @IanMearnsMSP’s terrible show yesterday.
Plus, we’ve closed the Honey Buzz and just stepped back from the debate about whether we should be wearing our condom-laced shoes. In our ‘supersize’ debate tonight we discuss a call for a full public inquiry into the lack of investment in Scotland’s farm schools.
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Meanwhile, Fiona Hyslop looks at the issue of scientific racism, Owen Paterson looks to harness Brexit for the DUP and our list of Biday tweets continues…
Full episode below
Tennis 2018: What’s at stake in Wimbledon’s climactic final?
Mark Malloch Brown on Brexit – (1:00)
Media Matters UK: SMC (20)
Green party polls: (1:10)
Farm School Scotland: (1:40)
Adam Tomkins back on stage at Deacon Blue
Jock Bell celebrates his birthday
Two teenagers killed in crash
Was using cell phones for entertainment a factor in the crash?
Is living a lifestyle in which food is not worth the calories still viable?
David Suzuki returns to Scotland
Scottish commissioning week in Dundee
Derek Thompson – independent comics writer
Ian Mearns: (1:50)
Should Gordon Brown’s biography win the Booker Prize?
Mark Williams on how the Arctic Monkeys still have it
Pre-release of FilmNation’s Edinburgh Film Festival feature film based on Joanna Hogg’s Joanna Hogg’s Bait
Liam Gallagher defends Oasis
Charlie Gordon’s Ayda Field’s breasts