From jazz to classical via traditional, folk and world music, all from BBC Scotland.
A revealing glimpse behind the scenes of the BBC studios with Maeve Mackinnon as she records her epic new composition.
A fascinating insight into the thinking behind composer Conrad Molleson's apocalyptic 'Archipelago' piece.
The world premiere of Conrad Molleson's apocalyptic piece 'Archipelago', part of the Islands Suite of commissions.
Singer Maeve Mackinnon's epic transglobal composition on the theme of migration.
Bruce MacGregor in conversation with Roddy Woomble.
The director reveals his top festival tips to Bruce MacGregor.
Singer Karine Polwart with a preview of the fascinating World Turned Upside down show about protest song.
Bruce MacGregor in conversation with world renowned piper Fred Morrison.
Welsh band Fernhill perform brand new song "Boats" for the Celtic Connections special.
The winning set from fiddle player Rona Wilkie.
Michael Marra talks to Bruce about the new EP he's recorded with The Hazey Janes and chooses some of his favourite music.
Piper and singer Annie Grace talks to Bruce about her very varied career, including touring with the Scottish Opera.
Flautist, piper, and composer Michael McGoldrick in conversation with Bruce Macgregor.
Scottish folk singer Emily Smith is Bruce's guest on Travelling Folk.
English singer-songwriter and fiddler Seth Lakeman in conversation with Bruce MacGregor.
Gary West has an exclusive interview and session with piper Brian Donaldson.
Fiddle player Anna-Wendy Stevenson is Bruce's guest.
Live session at BBC Pacific Quay from gypsy-jazz noir outfit Adopted As Holograph.
Phil Cunningham and Martin Hadden talk to Bruce about their remastered live album.
Barry Reid tells Mary Ann about his commission Meall a' Bhuiridh.
Toby Shippey and Megan Henderson talk to Mary Ann and there's session music from the full band.
Bruce MacGregor in conversation with the founder of The Chieftains, Paddy Moloney.
A special performance for our cameras from Laura-Beth Salter and Jenn Butterworth.
Runrig's Rory and Calum MacDonald talk to Bruce MacDonald about their new duo album.
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