The law and drinking dens didn't agree, so the only option was to go to court.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Farpais Bonn Òir Mòd 2007. The Gold Medal competition at the Royal National Mod.
The Gold Medal competitions live from the Royal National Mod in Falkirk.
The Gold Medal competition live from the Royal National Mod in Oban.
The first round of the Gold Medal and the final one of the Traditional Gold Medal.
The first and final rounds of the traditional singing contest at the Royal National Mod.
Gillebrìde MacMillan takes a look at the famous singing family, the Campbells of Greepe
Commemorating 50 years of Free Church youth camps with Mairi Macaulay.
Prìomh fharpais nan còisirean. The main choral competition at the mod.
The premier competition for choirs
The main choral competition for the Lovat and Tullibardine Shield.
A look at the Celtic Societies of Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities
Exploring Gaelic anthologies
Gaelic request show.
Finlay Macleod explores the many twists and turns in the history of the Lewis Chessmen.
Aonghas MacNeacail talks to non-native speakers about why they are learning Gaelic
The reunion – the first time together again in 30 years.
An Ataireachd Àrd.
Christine MacLeod takes a trip round Harris
Christine MacLeod embarks on journeys around the Isle of Harris
Alex O'Henley discovers how the Uist and barra football league was formed.
Sgeulachdan pearsanta air buaidh meadhanan sòisealta le Shona Nic a' Phiocair.
Sùil air Na Mo Chuid Aodaich, pròiseact choimhearsnachd a rinn Pròiseact nan Ealan.
To mark the re-release of their albums, we celebrate the music of the MacDonald Sisters.
Reverend Donald Micheal MacInnes investigates Gaelic psalm singing and precenting.
Sreath aithriseach, eibhinn air na seachd peacaidhean. Humorous look at the 7 deadly sins
Donald MacLeod takes us on a personal journey examining the legacy of the ancient Greeks.
Donald MacLeod takes us on a personal journey examining the legacy of the ancient Greeks
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Catherine Tinney and Steven MacIver sing and chat about their favourite songs.
Tha Liam O' Casaid air tadhail air còrr is 40 stàit.
Nabokov's beautiful Christmas story of loss and redemption. Read by Robert Glenister.
BBC Radio 4
Bengali music, entertainment and news with Nadia Ali.
BBC Asian Network
Dwy awr yng nghwmni Aled a'i gyfeillion yn dewis ffefrynnau Nadoligaidd. Aled and guests.
BBC Radio Cymru
Dwy awr o gloncan, Hwyl yr Ŵyl a cherddoriaeth yng nghwmni Alex Jones a'i ffrindiau.
Llond bol o chwerthin, canu a sgwrsio yng nghwmni Dai Jones Llanilar.
Gwyn Hughes Jones a'i westeion yn dewis cerddoriaeth i'r Dolig. Chat and festive music.
Cerddoriaeth a sgwrs yng nghwmni Margaret Williams. Music and chat with Margaret.
Nadolig a barddoniaeth Gymraeg. Christmas and Welsh poetry.
How U2 and Rod Stewart propelled a pub to a place in rock history.
BBC Radio 7
Na naidheachdan is priomh ghniomhan as uire. The latest news and headlines
The latest news and headlines.
Local, national and international news from throughout the year with Angus MacDonald.
Naidheachdan na Bliadhna le Aonghas Dòmhnallach.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver speaks about life in the spotlight and his charity foundation.
BBC Radio 5 live
The Scottish comedy team laugh at events in the news
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Answering questions from everyday chemistry to quantum physics.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
BBC Three Counties Radio
Tim Samuels asks why increasing numbers of people are changing their name by deed poll.
The story of William Lloyd Webber, the genius who spawned a musical dynasty.
Lavinia Greenlaw pays poetic tribute to Luke Howard, the man who named the clouds.
Sue Broom cracks the code of the cryptic names that are given to genes by scientists.
If all the world's a stage, then Henry and Sheila's reunion might become a farce.
Young maid Sarah poses for a famous photographer. But how long can her enchantment last?
It takes a lot to make Dorothy smile - but will the Now or Never club manage it?
Retirement didn't suit Tommy, but perhaps a new life at the mill had something to offer.
Fanny emerges into the world of an aristocratic family. Stars Amanda Root.
Lots of good music, chat and entertainment.
BBC Radio Norfolk
An estranged daughter returns home after 15 years for her rabbi father's funeral.
Entertainment on Christmas morning.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Join Naomi Kennedy on BBC Radio Cornwall.
Stephen Henry Gill follows poet Basho's path to areas of Japan devastated by the tsunami.
Series exploring the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland
BBC Radio Ulster
Series featuring some of Europe's most unusual minority TV stations with Nigel Cassidy
Paul Sexton looks at country music in the UK with the help of some Nashville experts.
BBC Radio 2
Vivienne Parry explores the deaths and immune systems of heroines of English literature.
Series examining Cole's career and influence on musicians of many different genres
Natalie Haynes creates a stand-up routine about a figure from ancient Greece or Rome.
Made for 4 Extra. Natalie Haynes relives the highlights and horrors of our formative years
Natalie Haynes attempts to find the algorithm to determine the perfect joke.
Music and conversation for your Friday afternoon.
BBC Radio Manchester
Natasha has a host of great top tunes and quirky features.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Great features and tunes on 6 Music's weekend breakfast show
Nathan has all the big stories of the day, weekdays from 4pm.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Student Giovanni becomes obsessed with a mysterious girl living next door.
A dull middle-aged man plots to temporarily leave home to see the effect on his wife.
Poetry favourites chosen in a 1996 nationwide poll compilation
Danny Wallace finds out what people in Blackpool are listening to and why.
Danny Wallace is amongst the crowds at Glastonbury creating a special festival playlist.
Sian Pari Huws looks back over the 2008 National Eisteddfod at Pontcanna Fields, Cardiff.
BBC Radio Wales
Sian Pari Huws looks at the events and highlights of the 2009 National Eisteddfod in Bala.
A look back at the highlights of the Welsh festival of literature, music and performance
People of all ages from around the country describe their own obsessive rituals
Dramas, documentaries and interviews marking the 50th anniversary of the National Theatre
Series of comic profiles celebrating the living artists they deem to be 'iconic icons'
Lawrence Pollard presents a series comparing the cultural values of two national treasures
Mark Simpson looks at the history of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.
Will Hutton and guests debate the role of nationalisation in the postwar reconstruction.
Rhaglen gylchgrawn ar fyd natur. Nature programme with Iolo Williams
Michael Portillo investigates nature's tyrants