This week we spend most of our time on the sudden resignation of Kezia Dugdale as leader of Scottish Labour.
Lesley considers the remaining runners and riders for the poison chalice of Scottish politics and which of them, if any, can restore Labour's fortunes.
I chip in on the sad lack , not just in the Labour Party, of outstanding political personalities.
The recent special on the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival presented by Jack Whitehall leads us into the metropolitan mindset of not only the chattering but political classes.
All this plus meanderings on walking to school as kids, dancing for independence, and holidays in Ireland.