Bruce MacGregor looks back at some of the best interviews from the past year.
Bruce MacGregor highlights the best live sessions from The Music Cafe.
Chrissie Hynde and Billy Bragg feature in some of the year's interview highlights.
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tracey Thorne and Judy Tzuke talk about relaunching their careers.
Mike & The Mechanics, Larkin Poe and Francis MacDonald with music inspired by life on tour
Jon Fratelli's new solo project, Neil and Ivan McCormick on Killing Bono, and sea shanties
Daniel O'Donnell talks about 30 years in the business plus experimental rock with Found.
Scots at South by Southeest, Mumford and Sons and Maggie Reilly.
Is nu-folk the new rock 'n' roll? Mumford and Sons, Laura Marling... as good as the hype?
Hugh Cornwell touring The Stranglers' music, memorabilia and how musicians manage cash.
Marti Pellow, Martin Taylor and the Penguin Café.
The BBC SSO's chief conductor Donald Runnicles talks to Bruce about the art of conducting.
Is it time we paid for music tuition? The art of writing lyrics & the beauty of Bond music
Vivaldi expert Adrian Chandler talks about the discovery of a lost Vivaldi concerto.
Imelda May, the roots of rockabilly and Poeme Symphonique by Gyorgi Ligeti.
John Szwed talks about Alan Lomax whose worldwide recordings shaped the future of music.
Gerry Rafferty, Ian Green and how music can help people with dyslexia.
Rachel Sermanni plays a live session and talks about her rise to prominence.
Martin Fry of ABC and Glenn Gregory from Heaven 17 discuss the revival of 80s music.
Composer Craig Armstrong, historian Misha Aster & is it time to stop being X-Factor snobs?
World-class banjo player Tony Furtado brings his masterclass to Scotland.
Billy Bragg, Dr. Paul Whittaker and Glenn Donnellan on his Batolin.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
Newton Faulkner in session, plus a chat with Jools Holland about his latest collaborations
Chrissie Hynde and JP Jones reveal their unique relationship and musical collaboration.
Salsa Celtica and the University Choirs of Aberdeen, Edinburgh and St Andrews.
Featuring Ali Campbell, The Bevvy Sisters playing live, and composer Gabriel Jackson.
Vic Galloway has The Shee live in session plus new music from Syd Barrett.
Former Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock talks to Bruce MacGregor.