Featuring music from Steven Osborne and Jean Johnson ahead of the Music at Paxton festival
Jamie MacDougall explores the heroes, heroines and villains of classical music.
Bach specialist John Butt and conductor Jessica Cottis join Jamie MacDougall.
Jamie MacDougall is joined by chorus director Gregory Batsleer and writer Kate Molleson.
Edinburgh Festival director Fergus Linehan joins Jamie MacDougall to talk about 2015.
Jamie MacDougall presents live music from the McKenzie Sawers Duo.
Jamie MacDougall presents the best in classical music.
Jamie MacDougall hears about a new national composition project from the RSNO.
Jamie MacDougall talks to director and choreographer Ashley Page.
Rosenna East has My Music with Brian Taylor, plus Kate Molleson discusses Stravinsky.
Jamie MacDougall is joined by award-winning Scottish composer Malcolm Lindsay.
Music to chase away the January blues with Jamie MacDougall.
Jamie MacDougall celebrates 2014's live music highlights.
Jamie MacDougall presents festive classical music featuring the RSNO Changed Voices Choir.
Jamie MacDougall is joined by Holly Mathieson of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Jamie MacDougall is joined by pianist and writer Susan Tomes.
Jamie MacDougall has live music from the prize-winning Aurea Quartet.
Jamie MacDougall presents a musical menagerie looking at the animal world in music.
Jamie MacDougall has musicians from Music Co-operative Scotland playing live in the studio
Jamie MacDougall explores the power of music in times of conflict and peace.
Jamie MacDougall talks to composer and pianist Euan Stevenson and Sally Beamish.
Jamie MacDougall explores musical landscapes inspired by country, cityscapes and deserts.
Featuring an interview with Jonathan Antoine, a Sound festival preview and a live session.
Jamie MacDougall looks ahead to the St Andrews Voices festival.
Jamie MacDougall talks to conductor Donald Runnicles about his work.
Jamie MacDougall presents a special programme featuring NYOS in concert.
Jamie MacDougall presents the Hebrides Ensemble and Graham F Valentine recorded live.