Jamie MacDougall and Kate Molleson discuss the Edinburgh Festival and new concert seasons.
Concerto Caledonia in session, plus Richard Holloway on music as a tool of social change.
The first release from Aberdeen University's label, plus Kenny Macintyre's My Music.
Scottish Opera's Nicholas Sharratt is in the studio, plus Barbara Dickson with My Music.
Looking at career highlights of SCO's Roy McEwan and international superstars Il Divo.
NYOS concert highlights, Tommy Smith chooses his My Music, and news of Plug festival.
Featuring NYOS concert highlights, pianist Susan Tomes and Christopher Bell of NYCOS.
Music from Ensemble Mare Balticum, plus James MacMillan introduces A Little Mass.
Singer Eddi Reader chooses her My Music, plus musical firsts and lasts.
Music for Easter, classical album releases and Gavin Mitchell choosing his My Music.
The SCO chorus sing live in the studio to celebrate their twenty-fifth anniversary.
Jamie MacDougall marks Mother's Day and International Women's Day with Granny Green Trio.
Jamie MacDougall plays music by Rossini and Borodin, plus Pat Nevin chooses his My Music.
RSNO's Jean-Claude Picard joins Jamie MacDougall, plus tracks by the year's Grammy winners
Jamie MacDougall plays romantic requests for Valentine's Day.
Jamie MacDougall presents the best in classical music.
Jamie MacDougall celebrates a classical birthday, plus Nicola Benedetti discusses Wagner.
Jamie MacDougall pays tribute to Pierre Boulez and David Bowie.
Jamie MacDougall presents the best of Proms in the Park from Glasgow Green.
A Christmas Classics special with the Amicus Orchestra and Glasgow Chamber Choir.
Award-winning female chamber choir Les Sirenes sing live in the studio.
Jamie MacDougall talks to the king of the waltz, Andre Rieu.
Jamie MacDougall visits the rehearsals of new Scottish opera Hirda, set in Shetland.
Jamie MacDougall visits the new RSNO centre and talks to conductor Martyn Brabbins.
Jamie MacDougall looks back on two great events at the Sound Festival in Aberdeen.
Jamie MacDougall presents live music from string duo High Heels and Horse Hair.
Jamie MacDougall presents the best in time-related classical music.
Jamie MacDougall is joined by tenor Noah Stewart and pianist Jonathan Cohen.
Jamie MacDougall opens up the Classics Unwrapped Encyclopedia.