Douglas Fraser brings you the stories and issues making the news in business - from Scotland, the UK, and around the world. Regular interviews with the country's leading chief executives and in-depth reports on the stories of the week.
Sun, 19 May 13
25 days remaining
Graham Stewart marks the 40th anniversary of commercial radio in Scotland by looking back at its history and finding out where it's headed. Former GMG Radio chief executive, John Myers, talks about setting up Real Radio and the Government-commissioned reports he was asked to write on the state of UK radio. Plus, media consultant Lisa Kerr tells us what Scottish independence might mean for the sector.
Sat, 11 May 13
17 days remaining
In this week's programme, Douglas Fraser has an in-depth conversation with Ian Marchant, the boss of Scottish Hydro's parent firm. He's been talking to Douglas about the shame he feels at the strong criticism levelled at SSE for mis-selling to customers, about what went wrong, what's being done to put it right, and about the big challenges facing Britain's energy supply.
Sun, 5 May 13
11 days remaining
This week on Business Scotland Gillian Marles takes a look at one part of the economy which has thrived over the past five years - franchising. She finds out out how much it costs for a franchise, how to make it work and why franchising is growing.
Sun, 28 Apr 13
4 days remaining
This week on Business Scotland Douglas Fraser is on the brew. Not welfare, but the hoppy, yeasty kind of brew. He takes a look at the sector where he finds small firms have been growing strongly through the downturn.
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