Pippa's Podcasts


Argyll and Bute Council is full of great people and here I take the opportunity to promote some of the incredible activity that goes on and to make visible some of the efforts that can go unnoticed. 

Thank you to everyone who participated and 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

Pippa talks to Catherine Topley, Chief Executive of Scottish Canals

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

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

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

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

With more multi-million pound savings to make again this year, Argyll and Bute Council is inviting communities to get involved earlier than usual in the budget-setting process by using a budget simulator to set high level priorities.

Pippa speaks to Dr Kate Cowcher from St Andrews University and our Cultural Co-ordinator Madeleine Conn about the discovery of important works of modern African art which are part of the Argyll Collection.

Pippa chats with pupils from Barcaldine Primary School and their head teacher Julie Watson, and also with Linda MacBeath from Rhu Primary, about the environmentally sustainable education work

Pippa’s in conversation with Heads of Education, Jennifer Crockett and Wendy Brownlie,

Pippa chats with three members of the multi-agency Financial Inclusion and Advice Group (FIAG) – David Logan, Mandy Sheridan and Fergus Walker.

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