Cathy MacDonald hosts an early morning show with conversation and music
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Two hours of music and conversation from a faith and ethical perspective.
Cathy Macdonald is joined by Scottish mountaineer Jamie Andrew.
Mark Stephen hears from yoga teacher David Sye about how yoga saved his life.
Ricky Ross meets soundtrack composer Patrick Doyle.
Ricky Ross is joined by journalist and environmental activist George Monbiot.
Ricky Ross is joined by BBC Radio Scotland sports presenter Stuart Cosgrove.
Cathy Macdonald talks to the Right Rev John Chalmers.
Cathy Macdonald talks to author and illustrator Judith Kerr about her life and work.
Cathy Macdonald talks to counsellor Mark Dempster about his life and career.
Scottish-born writer Aminatta Forna talks about her life and work.
Glasgow actor John Cairney talks to Ricky Ross about his life on stage and as a painter.
Ricky Ross talks to Liberty director and human rights campaigner Shami Chakrabarti.
Landscape photographer Thomas Joshua Cooper talks to Ricky Ross.
Ricky Ross talks to Stuart Murdoch, the musician behind Belle and Sebastian.
Ricky Ross talks to Karyn McCluskey, co-director of the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit.
Two hours of the best moments from Sunday Morning with... in 2014.
Singer, actress, storyteller and activist Dolina MacLennan talks to Cathy MacDonald.
Rev Kate Bottley, the vicar from TV's Gogglebox, talks about her life and her faith.
Cathy MacDonald talks to writer and physical therapist David Charles Manners.
Aled Jones joins Ricky Ross to chat about his life and career.
Ricky Ross enjoys the company of award-winning singer-songwriter Karine Polwart.
Dervla Murphy talks to Ricky Ross about how she has spent 60 years travelling the world.
Ricky Ross talks to John Boyne, one of Ireland's most versatile and innovative writers.
Archaeologist Dr Irving Finkel discusses his life and passion for ancient Mesopotamia.
Richard Holloway is joined by astronomer and astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell.
Richard Holloway is joined by writer, lecturer and broadcaster Kenan Malik.
Sir Jonathan Miller talks to Richard Holloway about his long and distinguished career.