Juliet Dunlop gets to the heart of the stories making the news.
Juliet Dunlop sits in and asks the question 'can you enjoy yourself at Hogmanay sober?'.
Juliet Dunlop sits in, asking how to get more people cycling in Scotland.
Join Kaye Adams for a listen back to the best bits of Call Kaye in 2013.
Clare asks if it is too difficult to volunteer at Christmas.
Clare English asks whether it is possible to wear fur with a clear conscience.
Louise White asks whether it should be illegal to call someone 'fat'.
Louise White asks: do you want fracking in Scotland?
Louise White asks whether vitamin pills are a waste of money.
Louise asks if listeners have been tempted to take children out of school during term time
Louise White asks whether people are ignoring the risks by having children later in life.
Kaye Adams asks whether getting your bins collected every three weeks is fair.
Louise White asks whether religious faith is on the decline in Scotland.
Is it time to get tough on dog owners who do not clean up after their animals?
Kaye Adams asks if Susan Boyle's diagnosis of Asperger's strikes a chord with you.
Organic grocery spending in Scotland is on the increase. Kaye asks if organic is worth it.
Kaye Adams asks how listeners will remember Nelson Mandela.
Kaye Adams gets to the heart of the news.
Kaye asks whether it is time to pull the plug on offshore windfarms.
Louise White asks whether Christmas shopping is changing for the better.
Louise White opens the phone lines to hear reaction to the Glasgow helicopter crash.
Louise White asks whether paternity leave is as important as maternity leave.
Louise White asks if more should be done to challenge negative perceptions of Islam.
Louise White gets to the heart of the stories making the news.
Kaye Adams asks whether Amazon's staff are working too hard.
Kaye asks whether it is possible to be both fat and happy.
Louise White sits in for Kaye Adams and asks whether you are fitter than your children.
Louise asks whether you would advise your child to fight back if they were being bullied.
A charity calls for more time for the green man - should it be easier to cross the road?
Kaye asks whether well-off pensioners should recieve winter fuel allowance and other aid.