The pick of BBC Radio Scotland's October interviews and sessions
Former Joy Division bassist Peter Hook shares stories from his new book about the band.
Alexander McCall Smith explains the appeal of bad concerts!
Shereen talks with travel writer and documentary maker Tahir Shah.
Chvrches perform their first ever live radio session for Vic Galloway.
Tom talks to the man who wrote American Pie, Vincent and Starry Starry Nights, Don McLean.
Dave Brubeck's son Darius talks about his father's iconic track "Take Five".
Folk duo Mick Foster and Tony Allen talk to Fred about 30 years in the music industry.
The Icon of icons: Hugh explains how four notes changed the world.
Shereen talks to Mary McAleese, President of Ireland for 14 years.
Jamie McDougall takes the helm and talks to Charlotte Church about her tour to Scotland.
Former X Factor 2010 winner Matt Cardle performs tracks from his new album.
Fred talks to Doug Allan wildlife photographer and two-time winner of the Polar Medal.
Fred talks footballers oligarchs and movie stars with the glamorous author Jackie Collins.
Largs born Ryder Cup Legend Sam Torrance shares tales from the old course.
Singer-songwriter Eddi Reader MBE thrills Jamie with lively conversation and song.
Jack Dee calls the show to tell us all about his latest visit to Scotland.