17 episodes

Join us for the new podcast series that celebrates Arts & Humanities across Scotland! The SAHA Conversations series brings together Arts & Humanities enthusiasts from different industries: from business to design, from politics to media and many others. Wherever their careers might have led them, they all share a passion for arts and humanities and recognise their important contribution to society today.

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Join us for the new podcast series that celebrates Arts & Humanities across Scotland! The SAHA Conversations series brings together Arts & Humanities enthusiasts from different industries: from business to design, from politics to media and many others. Wherever their careers might have led them, they all share a passion for arts and humanities and recognise their important contribution to society today.

    A SAHA Conversation with Dr Petra Johana Poncarová

    A SAHA Conversation with Dr Petra Johana Poncarová

    Welcome to a new episode of SAHA Conversations, a podcast by the Scottish Arts and Humanities Alliance.
    In this episode, we will be in conversation with Dr Petra Johana Poncarová, a Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Glasgow. She serves as secretary of the International Association for the Study of Scottish Literatures and is one of the co-directors of Ionad Eòghainn MhicLachlainn | National Centre for Gaelic Translation. 
    In the next 15 minutes, Dr Poncarová will tell us about her education, her "love story" with Gaelic and her newly published book Derick Thomson and the Gaelic Revival (Edinburgh University Press, 2024)
    If you like this episode, please like it and share it on your favourite social media platform.

    • 15 min
    A SAHA Conversation with Leonie Bell

    A SAHA Conversation with Leonie Bell

    A new SAHA conversation with Leonie Bell, Director of the V&A Dundee. Join us on a journey through the wonders of Scotland's design museum, the must visit Tartan exhibition and so much more. 

    • 22 min
    A SAHA Conversation with Iain Lindsay OBE

    A SAHA Conversation with Iain Lindsay OBE

    A new SAHA conversation with Iain Lindsay OBE, former British Ambassador British Ambassador, Adviser to the Bahrain Economic Development Board. Join us for a journey into the world of diplomacy, a fascinating discussion about foreign languages and what it means to be a Scottish person, and diplomat, abroad.

    • 31 min
    A SAHA Conversation with Hazel de Vere

    A SAHA Conversation with Hazel de Vere

    Welcome to a new episode of A SAHA Conversation, a podcast by the Scottish Arts and Humanities Alliance.
    In this episode, we will talk with Hazel de Vere, a conservator who has been working for the National Records of Scotland for almost three decades. She is part of the team that works really hard to preserve the Declaration of Arbroath, which is currently on display at the National Museum of Scotland.
    In this SAHA conversation, Hazel will explain what it means to be a specialist in book and paper conservation, the important work behind preserving the Declaration of Arbroath, the unexpected wonders of the sector, and so much more.

    • 19 min
    A SAHA Conversation with Dr Lindsay Middleton

    A SAHA Conversation with Dr Lindsay Middleton

    Welcome to a new episode of A SAHA Conversation, a podcast by the Scottish Arts and Humanities Alliance.
    In this episode, we will talk with Dr Lindsay Middleton, a food historian who will provide eye opening perspective on the history of food, historical sustainable practices and so much more.

    • 21 min
    A SAHA Conversation with Philip Long

    A SAHA Conversation with Philip Long

    We are delighted to bring you the last podcast episode from our SAHA Conversations series. Our conversation partner is Philip Long OBE FRSE. Philip is Chief Executive of the National Trust for Scotland. He has an extensive experience in the arts & heritage sectors in Scotland and he is the founding director of V&A Dundee, a landmark museum and cultural institution in Scotland. As usual, Philip has links with several SAHA member institutions. A fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, he is also an Honorary Professor of the University of Dundee and an Honorary Research Fellow of the University of St Andrews. Philip has received an OBE for services to culture and heritage in 2020. 

    • 34 min

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