As restrictions ease across Scotland and England, all eyes are on the country’s path to recovery.
This week’s episode of The Brian Taylor Podcast looks to the latest state of the pandemic in Scotland, as well as exploring industries that remain in the shroud of uncertainty.
Joined by Stephen Flynn MP and Russell Findlay, host Brian Taylor and David Bol of The Herald’s political team will take a look at the current figures and what’s on the horizon for Scotland.
Have a Covid-related question? Brian and his panel want to answer your queries live on air. Either comment below with a question or comment on any of our streams live this afternoon.
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