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Jamie looks ahead to the Edinburgh International Festival and Fringe.
Jamie MacDougall presents the best classical music, with guitarist Sean Shibe in session.
Jamie MacDougall talks to Paul Tracey of Enterprise Music Scotland about residencies.
Jamie talks to Dame Evelyn Glennie and Chineke! Orchestra founder Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE.
Jamie MacDougall looks at the role of jazz in classical music with Richard Michael.
Stephen Broad presents a show filled with musical mysteries, enigmas and tall tales.
Stephen Broad sits in for Jamie with a summer music festival special.
Pianists Evgeny Kissin talks to Jamie MacDougall about his recent memoir.
Jamie MacDougall talks to John Logan, head of brass at the RCS.
Music in the studio by Janacek, plus a chat with conductor Thomas Sondergard.
Jamie MacDougall is joined by Scottish Opera soloists Hye-Youn Lee and Luis Gomes.
Jamie is joined by two finalists from the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition.
Jamie MacDougall celebrates the tenth birthday of Classics Unwrapped.
Jamie MacDougall presents brass ensemble Quintessential in session.
Jamie MacDougall presents highlights from the NYOS spring concert in Edinburgh.
An Easter Music special, plus a chat with BBC SSO chief conductor Thomas Dausgaard.
Matthew McAllister plays live, plus Jamie talks to guests from Scottish Opera and NYOS.
Jamie MacDougall is joined by mezzo soprano Karen Cargill and director Matthew Lenton.
A focus on the works of Sir James MacMillan, plus a new music report by mezzo Andrea Baker
News of a national live music census and the inaugural Scottish Awards for New Music.
Free Jazz and Frogs in this year's Tectonics & a My Music that 'transcends...boundaries'.
Stephen Broad explores Debussy's only opera, Pelleas et Melisande.
Jamie MacDougall presents the best in classical music.
Craig Armstrong, Anna Meredith, C Duncan and others select their favourite New Music.
Jamie MacDougall presents highlights from Proms in the Park.
Jamie MacDougall celebrates Burns Night with Eddi Reader, The Bardic Trio and Breabach.
Featuring The Scottish Ensemble, SCO winds, Steven Osborne, Colin Currie, Steven Isserlis.
Actor Gavin Mitchell and Eddi Reader choose classical favourites. Plus St Kilda songs.
Jamie MacDougall presents a concert celebrating the life of pianist Hester Dickson.
Jamie MacDougall serves up a feast of festive music.