Euro Scots [Radio Scotland]

Episodes

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0120091221
012009060220090606
20090606 (RS)
20091221 (RS)

Lesley speaks to Mary Miller, who feels more at home in Norway than in Scotland.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Mary Miller, director of Stavanger 2008, who feels more at home in Norway than in Scotland.

012009060620091221

Lesley speaks to Mary Miller, who feels more at home in Norway than in Scotland.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Mary Miller, director of Stavanger 2008, who feels more at home in Norway than in Scotland.

Lesley speaks to Mary Miller, who feels more at home in Norway than in Scotland.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Mary Miller, director of Stavanger 2008, who feels more at home in Norway than in Scotland.

022009060920090613 (RS)

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Brussels-based lawyer Jacqui MacLennan.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Brussels-based lawyer Jacqui MacLennan.

022009061320091222

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Brussels-based lawyer Jacqui MacLennan.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Brussels-based lawyer Jacqui MacLennan.

032009061620090620 (RS)

Lesley speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest, and finds out why you shouldn't clink glasses in Hungary.

Lesley speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest, and finds out why you shouldn't clink glasses in Hungary.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest, and finds out why you shouldn't clink glasses in Hungary.

Lesley speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest.

032009062020091223

Lesley speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest.

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest, and finds out why you shouldn't clink glasses in Hungary.

Lesley speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest.

03Patrick Mcmenamin20091223

Lesley Riddoch speaks to Patrick McMenamin, who opened a Scottish-themed bar in Budapest, and finds out why you shouldn't clink glasses in Hungary.

04

04 LAST04 LAST2009062320090627 (RS)

Lesley speaks to Pamela Geddes, who fell in love with Barcelona while on holiday.

Lesley Riddoch discovers what life is like for four Scots who have chosen to live and work in Europe. She speaks to Pamela Geddes, who fell in love with Barcelona while on holiday.

Lesley Riddoch discovers what life is like for four Scots who have chosen to live and work in Europe.

She speaks to Pamela Geddes, who fell in love with Barcelona while on holiday.

Lesley speaks to Pamela Geddes, who fell in love with Barcelona while on holiday.

Lesley Riddoch discovers what life is like for four Scots who have chosen to live and work in Europe. She speaks to Pamela Geddes, who fell in love with Barcelona while on holiday.

Lesley Riddoch discovers what life is like for four Scots who have chosen to live and work in Europe.

She speaks to Pamela Geddes, who fell in love with Barcelona while on holiday.

04 LASTPamela Geddes2009062720091224

She speaks to Pamela Geddes, who fell in love with Barcelona while on holiday.