It's shite being Scottish
This scene's exploration of nationhood remains pertinent today following the failure of the Yes campaign in last year's Scottish Independence referendum. It's a critique of English colonialism, but it's also damning of the frailty of Scottish nationalism that they would allow themselves (and now actively choose) to be ruled by such "wankers".
Amph’d up job interview
Spud, a character so useless that he's incapable of even appearing incapable without an amphetamine aid. Worried that Spud will somehow pass fit for work and lose his giro benefits, Renton loads him up on speed before he faces the job centre panel. Ewen Bremner's delivery in this scene is flawless.
Eris Drew and Octo Octa announce new T4T LUV NRG tour
They will be heading to Amsterdam, Leeds, Glasgow, Sydney, Beijing and Shanghai between October and November
Jeff Mills' 'Director's Cut Chapter 4' is out now
The retrospective series features iconic tracks alongside special, unreleased cuts