In his first ever in-depth interview in English (his fourth language) for The Alex Salmond Show, the President of Catalonia called on the Spanish Government, the EU and the United Nations to meet with his government to bring the political crisis to an end and find a way forward for his country.
Christen Ager-Hanssen, whose Custos Group is the largest shareholder in Johnston Press, has announced that he has secured the valuable support of former Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, in his quest to revive the ailing company under fresh strategic direction.
The evening of Friday 24th November in the Volunteer Hall in Gala sees the climax of an
the autumn mini-tour which has already seen four shows in Aberdeen and Alloa.
Speaking on the Political Affairs and Democracy Committee of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, the Rt Hon. Alex Salmond called for action against the Spanish Government for a “clear and flagrant breach of article 10 of the European Convention on human rights.”
Scots comedian and Capital FM Breakfast host, Des Clarke, is set to reprise his role as Donald Trump during the Aberdeen leg of Alex Salmond…Unleashed.
Mr Clarke first appeared orange-clad and blonde-wigged at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival where his impression of the President brought the house down in Mr Salmond’s sell-out run at the Assembly Rooms.
Alex Salmond has today (Tuesday 26 September 2017) announced that his sell-out debut show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Alex Salmond…Unleashed, will go on tour across Scotland and beyond.
Global, The Media & Entertainment group, today announces that former First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader, Alex Salmond joins Global station LBC to present a brand new show starting on Sunday (September 17th). Salmond will host his own show on Britain’s biggest commercial news talk radio station every Sunday between 3pm-6pm.
Alex Salmond’s sold-out debut show at the Edinburgh Fringe has been extended for an extra night for the Alex Salmond…Unleashed: Trump Special.
The festival of fun has been extended four times now to meet overwhelming demand. So far, the former First Minister has performed 10 shows at the Assembly Rooms to more than 3,000 happy punters, raising £11,250 for good causes up and down the country.