Adam Gordon

Freelance journalist / broadcaster

Location icon United Kingdom

BA (Hons) Journalism | HND Radio Broadcasting

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Scotland Captain seeks greater recognition for national talent

Soccer Soccer Goal spoke to Glasgow City and Scotland goalkeeper Gemma Fay ahead of the new league season kicking off this Sunday At 34 years old, and with 190 international caps to her name, Scotland Captain Gemma Fay is in as good a position as anyone to assess the state of women's football in Scotland,...

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Dundee United must replicate Ross County's form to escape the drop

Mixu Paatelainen's team can take inspiration from The Staggies' great escape This season Dundee United is facing the greatest challenge to their Premiership status since they were relegated in 1995. The Arabs currently sit bottom of the Scottish Premiership table and are 12 points adrift of Motherwell, whom they face on Tuesday night at Tannadice...

Scorrybreac step in Calum's food journey

By Adam Gordon At the modest age of 30 years old, Calum Munro's passion and aptitude for cooking has taken him on a whirlwind journey. It was one that began at a young age through an interest in food that he shared with his mum and sister, to working in a Michelin-starred restaurant, and then a two-year spell as a head chef in the gastronomical capital of the world.

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Comment - Questioning Spain's Efforts to Tackle Racism

Recent incidents once again bring into question Spain's desire to seriously tackle racism. Dani Alves, a victim of racial abuse Cast your mind back to the start of summer of 2008, a time when the Spanish football team was synonymous with attractive football but not with silverware, Pep Guardiola was yet to...

The Scotsman
Scot who won first gold for Britain is honoured

A SPECIAL ceremony has taken place in Australia to commemorate Britain's first Olympic champion, Launceston Elliot, the Scot who won gold and silver in the inaugural Olympic Games in Athens. The weightlifter - who was born in Tasmania to a family that was an established part of the Scottish aristocracy - represented Britain at two Olympic Games, Athens in 1896 and Paris in 1900.

Creative Scotland website
ATLAS Arts - bringing art and audiences together in Skye and Lochalsh

With the organisation set to celebrate its 5th anniversary in 2015, Emma Nicolson, founding director of Skye based ATLAS Arts, gives us an insight into their work, the different ways local artists can access support through the organisation and their plans for a new pan-island programme of work that aims to bring art and archeology together.

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