My new website

The headline is a bit of a giveaway. I am delighted to announce my new website,

I hope you will find the experience of visiting the site more enjoyable now that I have upgraded to a more user friendly and feature rich platform.

When I started the blog in October last year, I thought I might write one or two blogs and get everything off of my chest and out of my head.

I am sure other bloggers could tell you the same, this blogging malarkey can become an addictive, all consuming beast that demands more and more attention, that is exactly what has happened to me and to be able to continue, a bigger and better site was necessary.

The old site was a perfect match for my original plan of just a few blogs to sate my need to scream out in frustration at the governance of my beloved Scotland.

The first few blogs got a few hundred hits, amazingly now we are into the thousands and the first site is just not up to how I now want the blog to develop.

A few months into my blogging I was approached by to do what has become Through A Scottish Prism, my weekly rant about the happenings that truly affect Scotland and our determination to see an independent Scotland rejoin the other nations of the world.

This was quickly followed by the Sunday Interview Show which has captured the imagination of a lot of you and we are very hopeful over time that the audience will grow and grow.

To assist that I needed a platform that would allow me to imbed videos and other plug ins that were just not possible in the original site.

This is all only possible due to the generosity of a couple of my faithful band of readers who thought the site worthy of a donation which has enabled me to afford this upgrade.

The scandal that is the UK State Pension does not cater for such luxuries as decent web hosting, so my thanks to those of you that felt my haverings were worthy of your support.

I have a few surprises in store and I hope you will enjoy these over the coming weeks and months, including some terrific Sunday Interview guests as well as some extra midweek features including a series of interviews with all of the SNP Deputy Leadership Candidates.

My next task will be to upgrade the recording equipment I know some of you have expressed some concerns over background noise in some of our recordings.

I would just like to point out these interviews are not made in a state of the art studio with top of the range equipment, they are in reality made remotely, however I am conscious of your comments and will try to improve the quality of my recordings as much as is possible.

I would like to take this opportunity of thanking you all for the support, to the original blog, the podcasts and comments from you, it has all been much appreciated.

Please keep reading listening, sharing and most importantly commenting so I know I am writing and broadcasting useful information for you and our cause.

Any feedback on the new site will be appreciated as with these things we might have a few gremlins to begin with.

A special thanks to Jabberwocky my technical guru, broadcast editor and sounding board without him I would not have been able to do any of this.

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