Pippa's Podcasts

Listen to the latest podcasts from Pippa Milne, Chief Executive of Argyll and Bute Council.

Pippa Milne

Argyll and Bute Council is full of great people, working very hard every day for our communities. As the council’s Chief Executive I have the privilege of speaking with employees from across the full range of our services.

To help keep our employees up-to-date with the work of the council, and to make visible some of the efforts that often go unnoticed, I would like to share with you conversations I am having with different people about different aspects of the council.

Thank you to all our hard working employees for the difference you are making for Argyll and Bute.

Pippa Milne
Chief Executive

If you have any ideas about subjects we can cover on any future podcasts please get in touch with us at workingtogether@argyll-bute.gov.uk

Grow your own

Pippa speaks to one of our most successful ‘Grow Your Own’ employees Executive Director Kirsty Flanagan

Our Modern Workspace

Pippa chats with our Change Manager, Shirley Johnstone, and Head of Commercial Services, Ross McLaughlin, along with Chris Malcolm from Ryder Architecture, who is assisting the Council with the Our Modern Workspace project.

HSCP budget consultation 2022

Pippa chats with Fiona Davies about her career, her priorities as Chief Officer going forward, and the HSCP budget consultation

Mental Health

Pippa chats with support workers and members of the Kintyre Link Club about their experiences with mental health.

Council budget 2022

Pippa and Kirsty Flanagan unravel the mystery of the Council budget in a unique podcast on a matter that impacts everyone’s lives regardless of where you live.

Scottish Parliament Election

Pippa spoke to two of Argyll and Bute’s elected Scottish Youth Parliamentarians Cameron Garret and Rosie Sumsion

Joanna MacDonald

This week's podcast is with Joanna MacDonald reflecting on her 2 1/2 years as Chief Officer of the HSCP.

Land's End to John O'Groats

Pippa chats with Sharon Delle-Piane, Catering Manager at Tobermory High School, and her cousin, Marjorie Nelson.

Scottish Apprenticeship Week

For Scottish Apprenticeship Week, Pippa caught up with partners involved in the Developing the Young Workforce programme.

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