Once Upon A Time... In Holyrood, and Digital From Dusk Till Dawn
This week they discuss the Met's response to the Sarah Everard vigil and how it could have been handled better.
Journalist and commentator James Millar joins us to tell us what to look out for in May's Scottish Parliament election and its aftermath, while Robert Wigley, chairman of UK Finance, pops by to explain how young people born in the age of the internet are very different to previous generations.
There's discussion of the real victim of social distancing - Wally of Where's Wally fame - and footballers with unexpected accents. And the idea of placing undercover cops in nightclubs gets well and truly Cashed and Burned.
Music: 8 Bit Sauce by Mikey Geiger
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