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Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan with the most petty and ill-informed football show on radio!
Des Clarke is joined by Neil Delamere, Raymond Mearns, Fern Brady and Katie Grant.
Louise White is keeping the Out for the Weekend hot seat warm for Fiona!
Roddy Hart presents highlights from KT Tunstall, The Divine Comedy and others.
Food innovator Simon Preston talks about the changing nature of cafe culture.
Billy Kay explores Scotland's contact with Africa and people of African origin.
Stephen Duffy welcomes Kevin Le Gendre, who speaks about music and black history.
Ricky Ross celebrates Chuck Berry's ninetieth birthday and Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize.
Audio and video highlights from recent BBC Radio Scotland programmes.
"Glasgow Girl" Roza Salih describes the harsh realities facing child refugees today...
Alan Burrows and Lynne Cruickshank discuss initiatives to tackle male suicide.
Ian Rankin gets detectives Tom Wood and Peter Ritchie to reveal the tricks of the trade
Edi Stark talks to Robbie Williams about his new album, fame, sobriety and much more.
Sarah Oates and Cameron Khansarinia discuss the unravelling of Trump’s campaign
The Borders Paralympian talks about the accident that led to her becoming an athlete.
Ben Smith on what it takes to run 401 marathons
Watch performances by artists featured in this week's highlights show
KT Tunstall performs live on The Quay Sessions with Roddy Hart
C Macleod performs live on The Quay Sessions with Roddy Hart
Filmed live on The Quay Sessions.
The Bathers close their set with a Friends Again song
Eddi Reader performs live on The Quay Sessions
Julie Fowlis performs live on The Quay Sessions with Roddy Hart
Geoff Webster and guests preview this weekend's League Cup action
End the day in the company of the songwriting masters of country, folk, blues and soul.
Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news.
Sportsound's Saturday football forum, where the big issues across the game are tackled.
The nation's morning news programme, presented by Gary Robertson and Hayley Millar.
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