We’re catching up with what was going on beyond the Wall during all of this drama. And to start with, lets talk about how Scotland got its shape and talk a little about the early inhabitants who lived there.
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The Scots have been leaving their country for all corners of the globe from the 13th century onwards - a phenomenon which has only begun to reverse over the past decade. But what impact did Scottish culture have on the many nations to which they emigrated - and how did it change the home country itself?
Tom Devine OBE, Personal Senior Research Professor in History, and Director of the Scottish Centre of Diaspora Studies at the University of Edinburgh.
Title: To The Ends of The Earth: Scotland’s Global Diaspora, 1750 - 2010
Author: Tom Devine, OBE
Publisher: Allen Lane
ISBN: ISBN-10: 0713997443
Kathlenn Dunn and her guests discuss the possibility of an independent Scotland.
Guests: - Mark Blyth, Professor of International Political Economy, Brown University. - Paul Hamilton, Associate Professor, Political Science, Brock University, Ontario, Canada.
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features Herman Dune, Pumajaw, Major Matt Mason USA, Les Enfant Bastard, Amusement Parks on Fire
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