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BBC Radio Scotland highlights - February 2011

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Karen Miller Karen Miller | 00:01 UK time, Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Here's a look back at some of the BBC Radio Scotland events from February 2011.

Digging Up Your Roots continued, with Dr Bruce Durie giving more helpful tips on the blog about religion and crime!

A new landmark series began - Scots: A Genetic Journey presented by Alistair Moffat. We had blogs from many of the contributors which added an extra dimension to the series. And, if you missed it first time around it's being repeated with back-to-back episodes on New Year's Day.

The big event for BBC Radio Scotland's music department was Radio Scotland Remixed. The five evening specialist music show presenters (Vic Galloway, Mary Ann Kennedy, Stephen Duffy, Bruce MacGregor and Ricky Ross) switched programmes for one week only bringing a taste of their music to a different audience. Each of the presenters answered a few questions for us on the blog about what listeners could expect, who they'd like to see live and their favourite radio shows.

Radio Scotland Remixes - presenters logo - version 3

Shereen had some stellar guests on her Sunday morning programme including
Rabbi Avraham Soetendorp, Julia Donaldson and Graham Ratcliffe.

Shereen's extended interview with Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson


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